Tag: UEA


WNHH: No One Left Behind

West Norwich Helping Hands was co-founded in March 2020 by Eddi Gell, a now Masters Student at UEA. The group worked hard to deliver food parcels throughout the lockdown period, helping over 200 families weekly as well as dropping off prescriptions, walking dogs and helping with other essential services within NR4, NR5 and NR6. Thanks…


UEA Campus wins Green Flag Award for fourth straight year

The UEA’s campus has won a Green Flag Award for the quality of its outdoor spaces, making this the fourth consecutive year that the university has achieved the prize. The Green Flag Award, launched in 1996, is internationally recognised and aims to ensure that everyone can have access to high quality green spaces. It also…

Books, Venue

The power of literary memes

An integral part of how we interact and communicate on social media nowadays is through the meme format. This isn’t up for debate; in almost the same way that poetry can induce shared sentiment and a sense of community and belonging, memes spark a reaction which situates the recipient in a communal group – in…

Music, Venue

REVIEW: The Calls – Fall Inside Again

With the release of their EP Fall Inside Again, Leeds trio The Calls combined three previously released tracks with a pair of new ones. You can see the video to ‘I Should’ve Known,’ one of the new tracks, below. The EP’s opener, the two-thirds title track ‘Fall Inside’ is an upbeat start to the album,…



With not much for students to do after the ‘rule of six’ took much-anticipated events away, UEA’s Wonderglow festival gave a thought-provoking and other-worldly alternative to staying indoors with housemates. Walking through the campus, a place I have walked through countless times, the lights and neon glows distorted this familiarity into an ethereal place I…

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January 2021
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