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Tag: Final

October 14, 2013

What was great: New Zealand International Comedy Festival. Oh dear lord, the amount of funny people in this city was too much too for my (non-existent) abs to handle. Guy Williams, Steve Wrigley, Jeremy Corbett, and some class international acts from which sprung the glorious Chris Martin (not the one from Coldplay). This talented young […]

October 14, 2013

For posterity, I’ve compiled a list of the stories we could have written and headlines that could have been.

October 14, 2013

Elise’s Top 10 records of the year (so far) Haim – Days Are Gone Sheep, Dog & Wolf – Egospect Vampire Weekend – Vampires of the Modern City Drake – Nothing Was the Same Fuck Buttons – Slow Focus Danny Brown – Old Darkside – Psychic Lorde – The Love Club EP The National – Trouble Will […]

October 14, 2013

Breaking Bad is proof that television has an incredible power all of its own.

October 14, 2013

A Tale of Two Cities – Charles Dickens It’s like Les Miserables, but actually good. Aside from the fact that casually mentioning Dickens has the immediate (and slightly strange) effect of making you sound well-educated, I always think that Sydney Carton is a good test of humanity: if he doesn’t break your heart, then you’re […]

October 14, 2013

Congra[d]ulations on the (near) completion of another year at university. If you are graduating next year, go forth and be free! Begin life! Listen to This is Water! Feel inspired! Good luck and Godspeed. The year so far in cinema has been fairly typical—there’s been some terrible yet entertaining tripe from Hollywood, someone made a […]

October 14, 2013

Dry your nails: Stick them in a bowl of ice water, and you’ll have instantly dry nails. Remove red wine stains: Apply shaving cream; let it rest for a few minutes. Study! Firstly, before you sit down to do work, always know what you’re going to do. For each course, make a detailed list of […]

October 14, 2013

Mocha blancmange!

October 14, 2013

Is there any advice you’ve really wanted to give this year and haven’t had the chance?

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