Deputy Editors' Column

Deputy Editors' Column

1992: did anything really happen? Most of us weren’t around a quarter of a century ago (unless you happen to be Peter Sheehan). John Major was elected Prime Minister  and George Bush Snr was filmed throwing up in the...
The weather ensured that it was more cold and laborious than happy and glorious, and you may have struggled to catch a glimpse through the blacked out windows of the Range Rovers speeding away from the glamour and Pot...
February can be a lot. We were keen on the idea in January but now we've got commitment issues. All February means is closer deadlines and the arrival of dreaded Valentine's. But don't worry: Concrete will guide you through...
What a pleasure to have won ‘Best Student Programme’ at the BBC Radio 4 Today Student Journalism Awards! I’m also so pleased Concrete came runner up for ‘Best Student Publication’. The award ceremony was such an experience – I...
There are many things I have disdain for. It's often justified, if only to me, and once decided is as definite as UEA's superiority over Essex. But following Concrete’s trip to Nottingham for the regional student journalism awards, I...
This issue is about searching for truth. A truth, the truth, whatever you choose. Concrete is tackling a lot of vital conversations and it’s only January. But when billion pound companies use deceptive yet legal means to survive and pro-life...