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BLM in Norwich : the struggle continues

Nearly six months since the death of George Floyd, we have seen a resurgence in the Black Lives Matter Movement in the UK. Even closer was the rise of the movement within Norwich, which started with a protest on 7 June 2020. The first BLM protest in Norwich was huge, with an estimated 2000 people…

Gaming, Venue

Lackluster Next-Gen Consoles

Historically this has been one of the most exciting events of a generation: the moment you get your hands on a brand-new console, whether you’re team PlayStation or team Xbox; the moment when the two giants face off with their new consoles, gamers lining the streets to collect their hardware along with the newest titles….

Gaming

Cyberpunk 2077: What do we know so far?

What is quite possibly the most eagerly anticipated game of the year has been further delayed until December. Cyberpunk 2077 is the latest title from CD Projekt Red, the Polish studio behind The Witcher game franchise. In the game, you explore Night City as an urban mercenary hunting a one-of-a-kind implant, which is the key…

Main Stories, News

UEA Alumnus Wins Nobel Prize

The 2020 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine has been awarded to UEA Alumnus, Michael Houghton, who shares the prize with Harvey J. Alter and Charles M. Rice for their discovery of the Hepatitis C virus. The announcement was made earlier today by Professor Thomas Perlmann, Secretary-General for the Nobel Assembly and the Nobel Committee…

Arts, Venue

INTERLUDE@UEA – Live performances return to the home of the wonderful!

The Norwich Theatre’s latest project is off to a flying start with performances from the Lost in Translation Circus and Eddie Izzard, in their exclusive marquee on campus surrounded by the beauty of the UEA broad and the iconic Ziggurats. Once INTERLUDE completed its successful six-week run in Chapelfield Gardens in Norwich on 20th September, a second…

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