Caitlin Doherty


Two idiots in Inverness

Working alongside Livewire all year, Caitlin and I had been getting increasingly jealous as the plans for their annual charity-fundraising/travel-adventure event got underway. Eventually, our itchy feet and desire to see how far we could get from campus got the better of us, and Team Concrete was born. One awkward photoshoot and some travel insurance…


Rule Britannia: Norwich’s Prison Cafe

Brunch is not hard to come by in Norwich. A city known for its good food, there are eggs on toast, bacon sandwiches, green juices and Instagram filters a-plenty. Pancakes and waffles may be easy to find in this Fine City, but Britannia Cafe is one of the few places that really has something different…

Deputy Editors' Column

It’s the final countdown…

They say time flies when you’re having fun, but it also goes fairly quickly when you’re sleep-deprived and spending your weekends making a newspaper. We dread to think about our coffee and pizza bill for this last year. We’ve had 13 issues, one Brexit, two Prime Ministers and a visit from the Queen since we…


UEA backlash over Gormley statue

The University of East Anglia is being criticised over the placement of an Antony Gormley statue on the library roof. A petition has been launched protesting the artwork’s installation. Our spectacular new #AntonyGormley sculptures are being installed on campus this week. Here’s a sneak peek: — UEA (@uniofeastanglia) April 11, 2017 The statue of…

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January 2021
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