Rachael Milsom With Halloween creeping upon us, many of you may be wondering how Loughborough students mark the occasion. It’s no longer (and hasn’t been…
By Jess Excell With popular TV shows such as ‘Skins’, ‘Fresh Meat’ and the most recent being the Channel 4 documentary ‘The Secret Life of…
Is Miley really off the rails? This question has been raised the world over following the emergence of the twerking tongue waving image of Miley, one that is far from the days of innocent child TV icon Hannah Montana.
Mike Silva weighs into the debate regarding MS Dhoni̢����s future as captain of the Indian cricket team.
May the 4th, otherwise known as Star Wars Day, holds mass popularity amongst both hard-core and casual fans of the franchise and is expanding every year. Evidently, Lucasfilm and J. J. Abrams himself also hold the day in special regard, if only judging by the coincidentally timed announcement of the Star Wars cast list for the new instalment in the movie series.
Many of you may have heard of the latest Spritz App, which is said to allow you to read a book in 90 minutes. Is this just pure laziness or will it have its benefits? Label’s Becky Healey debates from an English finalist’s point of view. Let Label know your views.
Beta Testing has traditionally benefited both the gamer and the developer, but Alex Davies thinks new attitudes to testing are resulting in a mistreatment of valuable customers.
Halfway through Lent and many of us may be craving the goodies we decided to give up. Serena Gainda takes a look at why we choose to hold off from the "sweet stuff" for forty days.
Many of you have seen and even taken part in the ‘No-make up Selfie’ craze on FaceBook. However, despite the initial scrutinisation, it has now proven to be more charitable than your average ‘narcissistic selfie’. Label’s Roisin Potter discusses.