Posts tagged "University College Falmouth"
Interview with Tall Ships

Interview with Tall Ships

For those who are not familiar with them, Tall Ships are a math rock/alternative band from Falmouth that now reside in Brighton. From studying illustration and photography at University College Falmouth to playing at house parties and Reading Festival, Tall Ships sat down with me before performing on the last leg of their UK tour to...
Safety In Numbers

Safety In Numbers

It’s a near inevitable rite of passage for university students. Student nights as few as two or three times a week, and as many as five, are the pinnacle of socialising on and off campus for some. However, alarming numbers of students are less prepared for what to expect on nights out in towns they...
10 Tips for Falmouth and Exeter Students

10 Tips for Falmouth and Exeter Students

Go to Asda after 6pm and you will arrive just in time for all of the reduced food to be put out. When getting the bus after 9pm a single goes up to £1.50 per student, however if you have a group of four, you can do four for £4. If you plan to watch...
A Freshers Guide To Fancy Dress

A Freshers Guide To Fancy Dress

With fresher’s fortnight just around the corner you’re probably eager to bid your parents that final farewell, move into the flat you’ll be calling home for the next year and let the fun commence! And one thing you’re bound to pick up on very quickly during your time here at Falmouth is that you will...

Miles Coles, Joel Harries & Liberty Rose @ Little Dennis Castle

Drifting along the cliffs out of Little Dennis castle on a wet Sunday evening were the voices of Joel Harries, Liberty Rose and Miles Coles. A perfect alternative event to the jubilee celebrations happening throughout Falmouth. It may have been a slightly drizzly Sunday evening but the fire, tea lights, location and talent on show...
Pig House Pictures Present 'I'

Pig House Pictures Present ‘I’

It’s not often that an online student publication gains over 54, 000 views in its first day of release. This explosive success, however, is exactly what a group of Press and Editorial students achieved when they launched the magazine as part of their Pig House Pictures collective. If you’ve seen the eye-catching black and white...