James Kendall

Last call for smoking on buses in Cov

Travel Coventry are clamping down on passengers that choose to smoke on their buses. Despite the smoking ban that came into law on the July 1 2007, the company claims that there have been a ‘number of incidents’ that have been recorded of people choosing to flout the ban. As...
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Posted Jan. 20, 2009

Union campaigns to get students involved in clubs and societies

The Students Union is launching a campaign this week to encourage more students to join societies and sports clubs. The scheme, “Better late than never”, replaces last year’s poorly attended Re-Freshers fair, and aims to get societies and clubs to organise events and socials similar to those held during Freshers’...
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Posted Jan. 13, 2009

The ‘W’ Factor a number one hit

Over 40 students have competed in the first round of the ‘W’ Factor, Warwick’s answer to the X Factor. The event, organised by the Chinese Society, is looking to mirror the success of The One, held last year. Entries included singers, musicians and a beatboxer, all hoping to taste success...
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Posted Nov. 25, 2008

Credit Card Psychology

Research to be published by Dr. Neil Stewart of the Warwick Psychology department suggests that the presence of required minimum payments on credit card bills encourages people to pay off less of their debt.
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Posted Oct. 20, 2008