Sheffield’s local heroes are home
To celebrate the 200th anniversary of the publication of Pride and Prejudice, Madcap Theatre productions have brought Lizzy, Darcy and Jane to the quaint Lantern Theatre in Sheffield
Tornados is bound to have great appeal, though it might occasionally sound like something you’ve already heard
As a record number of students apply for Oxbridge places this year, Rosanna Austin argues that “Sheffield offers a sterling redbrick education to rival any Oxbridge degree”
Matt Brown reacts to the recent ‘Fund Education Not War’ protests at Tuesday’s Careers Fair and argues that the protestors are harming their own, credible cause
Downhill racing is an extreme sport which is growing rapidly in popularity, particularly in South Yorkshire. Thomas Pyman explores what makes Sheffield a unique location for the sport.
Celebrating its fifth birthday in April this year, Now Then is a free local monthly magazine which aims to provide a platform for independent art, poetry and literature, as well as supporting local trade. With a readership of 30,000 to 40,000 people, it is distributed in over 1,000 locations in Sheffield and North Derbyshire.
About 50 students have taken control of the Richard Roberts building opposite the Information Commons library following a rally outside the Students’ Union at 6pm
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