Label’s Louise Burt brings you a list of the five people you’re likely to meet on a night out at the union.
Label takes a light hearted look at some of the biggest obstacles that the Exec Candidates will have to face in this year̢����s elections.
There seems to be an increasing amount of strikes every month so, with students having their contact time affected, are the strikes really fair on us? Label’s Katie Wilson discusses.
The Exec Elections represent a crucial part of the democracy that Loughborough provides its students with. Emma Spencer considers why one might run for Exec. Tweet us your opinions at Label Online.
The latest play by the Shakespeare Society is not one to be missed. The Enchanted Island is a musical comedy from the restoration period based on Shakespeare’s The Tempest.
It̢����s that time again. The Exec Elections are upon us and the campus will be filled with crazy costumes, sweet givers and inventive campaign ideas. When it comes down to it though, there can only be one winner per position, so what it is that makes for a successful campaign?
If you picked up a copy of the New Year issue of Label, then you will have seen Holly Duerden̢����s fantastic, winning piece for our ̢�����New Beginnings̢���� Creative Writing Competition. We had quite a few good entries, so we wanted to display the runner ups, which were judged by our Head of Media, Helen Crossley.
We all know that students have the stereotype of being skint and hammered 99% of the time. Here are the top 5 student drinks.
It is not fresh news that our lifestyle choices, however small, have a direct impact on the world around us. Holly Duerden takes us through the ways that you can get involved in Loughborough.
For those lucky few who combine their degree, their dissertation module lies in the land of ̢�����optional̢���� on their module forms. Instead of the terrifying realms of 10,000+ word essays on anything of their choice, they can instead choose to opt for another module. This decision however, can be deceptively difficult.