What genre of music will the 2010s be remembered for?

One thing that no music lover will never be able to escape is the idea of people claiming that they ‘were born in the wrong generation’. Whether they desire to be living through the synthpop era of the 80s, Bowie’s glam days in the 70s, or the Britpop battles of the 90s, there is always a section of society which just isn’t content with their contemporary kingpins of the music biz. But the best way to judge a certain decade of music is by assessing what it will be remembered for. This begs the million dollar question of what will…

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We Will Remember Them

One of the most significant days in history has arrived, where we remember all of the brave and courageous soldiers that have fought for Great Britain. From the world wars to this current day, there are many people we have lost that are sometimes forgotten. These soldiers have put their lives on the line, all to protect us so that we can live our lives safely.  It is heartbreaking how these wars evolve and how people have their lives taken due to incidents that should have never been caused. The Assassination of Archduke Frans Ferdinand in Sarajevo triggered a chain of events…

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World Vegan Month – The Student Way

Veganism is a growing lifestyle choice around the world and there is no better time to celebrate its progress and raise more awareness than World Vegan Month.  World Vegan Month was born out of the founding of the Vegan Society in 1994, and every year since, November the 1st has marked World Vegan Day and has now grown into world Vegan Month. This month aims to highlight how accessible and beneficial the vegan lifestyle can be, and hopes to encourage the curious minds of many future vegans. So what better way to add to this celebration than to write from…

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Preview: the orchestral sounds of Back to Basics

  Together with Leeds’ own symphony orchestra, iconic Leeds club Back To Basics, in partnership with Leeds City Council, is preparing to stage their greatest party yet. Huge dancefloor anthems are set to be reworked and performed live by a 50-piece orchestra, together with live vocalists and some very special guests, all from the grand stage of Millennium Square.   It’s a similar concept to Hacienda Classical and Pete Tong Ibiza Classics, both of which have toured the world to sold out audiences. But like these, it’s not just for jaded old ravers who can’t face late nights and loud nightclubs anymore….

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Student Wire’s Top 12 Student Blogs

  Here at Student Wire we wanted to research blogs to help us collate a list of our favourites written by students. Taking into consideration the topics and blog themes that vary from technical to fun, we believe these are the top blogs that shed a spotlight of student life across the UK and incorporate elements that help to engage wide audiences. When looking at the blogs it was important to understand who’s writing, and what are they writing about so we get to know them. By also looking at the websites domain authority and moz rank we were able…

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