Jill Lupupa

Revision television

Exam season is in full swing, and if you’re not frantically studying from your textbooks, you feel guilty about not revising. Worry not, two of our former deputy editors at the Boar have chosen their picks of TV shows that help them study for their course, whilst simultaneously acting as...
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Posted May. 24, 2018

Our favourite pop albums of 2017

Our writers look back on some of the best pop albums of 2017.   Ctrl – SZA Not simply your standard break-up album or self-empowerment piece, Ctrl is a tell-all open book to the artist’s personal life. Here Sza (pronounced ‘scissor’) sings, performs, and thrives in doing so. An album of...
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Posted Jan. 24, 2018

The future of UK universities post Brexit

Following the leave result of the EU referendum in June 2016, a major concern has been the state of universities in a post-Brexit world, and what will happen to the international relationship between UK universities and continental institutions. What exactly will this mean for international students travelling for study and...
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Posted Nov. 13, 2017

Declan McKenna is making waves in the music world

The talented eighteen-year-old, Declan McKenna, took to the Birmingham O2 Institute on Saturday 28 October in front of a fanatical crowd ranging from pre-teens and their parents to young adults. McKenna won Glastonbury festival’s Emerging Talent Competition back in 2015 and has recently released his debut album What Do You...
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Posted Nov. 4, 2017

That Summer ‘17 Vibe: Music for a carefree summertime sundown

There’s an abundance of playlists, compilations of songs you should/could/must listen to to have a perfect summertime. It can get a bit overwhelming but scrolling through them you can be sure to find something that matches your mood and state of mind. Jill Lupupa shares her pics below: Frank Ocean –...
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Posted Jul. 24, 2017

Unequal lecture capture use across departments

A Freedom of Information (FOI) request has revealed a massive disparity between the use of the lecture capture technology at Warwick by different departments. STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) subjects tend to have a wider use of lecture capture in comparison to humanities and social science subjects, results for...
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Posted Jun. 17, 2017