Liam Gould

Reflecting on our time with The Boar (II)

In our second and final edition, some of our outgoing Editors (and Social Secretary!) share their experiences of working with The Boar and ultimately, what the paper has meant to them. With this being our final edition of these testimonials, I think it’s long overdue to give both a huge congratulations and...
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Posted Mar. 30, 2019

Inside the newsroom with BBC One’s ‘Press’

A new BBC One drama on the enthralling life inside two fictional daily British national newspapers made its long-awaited debut last Thursday. Press revolves around the day-to-day life of journalists at The Herald, a broadsheet newspaper, and The Post, a tabloid paper. The pressure to gain exclusive stories, alongside the financial demand to...
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Posted Sep. 13, 2018

Is the football pre-season really worth it?

As football fans, we cannot complain over the lack of pre-season excitement after a truly mesmerising month of the beautiful game. Finally, we can catch our breaths again. From the euphoria of being up swept up in national pride and singing ‘It’s coming home!’ to watching several agonising penalty shootouts,...
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Posted Aug. 3, 2018

Chioma Abazie on Warwick’s largest gospel event, ‘Awaken’

Chioma Abazie, second-year Economics student at the University of Warwick, reflects on the lead up to the evening of Friday 2 March 2018 when Warwick’s largest Gospel event, ‘Awaken’, took place. So how did ‘Awaken’ come about? During my first year of university, I noticed there was a lack of Gospel events in...
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Posted May. 7, 2018

Locals discuss ‘studentification’

With two successful universities in the region, Leamington Spa and Coventry have become part of an ever-growing list of places to feel the presence of students. Some may argue that these areas are undergoing a process of ‘studentification’. Studentification refers to the changes brought about by an increasing student population...
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Posted Mar. 20, 2018