Amy Bonar

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UEA Career Service launches graduate fair

UEA’s Career Service is holding its first ever graduate fair, called GradFair, to help students leaving the university find a graduate level job. The fair will take place at the Forum in Norwich between 11am to 3pm on 23 May,  and all organisations attending will have job openings. Organisations attending the fair include the Civil Service Fast…

Arts, Venue

A night of new writing

Two emerging theatre companies, containing UEA graduates, graced the garage stage for one night with their debut pieces of new writing ‘LOVE WATCHING MADNESS’ and ‘You Down there and Me Up Here’. A night of new writing is always exciting. Watching theatre that feels fresh and current can never be a bad thing. Whether it’s…

Arts

Bangin’ good art

The novel: “Rubyfruit Jungle was released at a time when queer literature wasn’t really a thing. Most queer books published today shy away from a lot of things Rita Mae Brown just throws in your face. Its unapologetically gay heroine doesn’t care about anyone’s opinion. She gets into university with no money, and is soon…

Arts

Casanova: a ballet that ‘simmers with sensuality’

‘Giamaco Casanova’, the infamous womanizer, philanderer and sex addict – essentially, the Italian 18th century version of Sex Gods like George Clooney. History has painted him as a man who dabbles in debauchery and involves himself in a range of promiscuous activities, and for the most part, unless you have a keen interest in this…

Comment

The day we love to hate?

An estimated one billion Valentine’s Day cards will be sent worldwide this year, making it the second most card-heavy celebration after Christmas. On average, the day even manages to rack in 9.2 billion pounds in retail sales – both rather staggering figures. But year upon year, why exactly do many of us feel the need…

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