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...
New Year’s Day: traditionally intended for hangovers, long walks and the consumption of ridiculous amounts of Christmas holiday leftovers. Whatever you spent your day doing, I can guarantee that it wasn’t quite as bizarre as mine… Concrete’s Sex Survey is...
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...
Welcome back to Concrete! 2016 was a wild ride, and we hope you had a great break spent eating, relaxing, and forgetting about the existence of the Hub… In Concrete’s back-to-school issue we take a look at the various ways...
'Twas the issue before Christmas, and across UEA, students were slaving at their laptops, for a 2:1 on that essay. We can almost smell the mince pies and feel the fully functional central heating of home, but with two weeks...
It’s been six long years since 50,000 students marched to Westminster, enraged at the prospect of £9,000 tuition.  More than half a decade on, students marching down Whitehall has become somewhat of an annual winter tradition. This year, with...