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12 April 2021   - Rose
The results of the Student New Angle Writing Awards (SNAP) 2021 were announced recently. The Winner is ‘The Singing Tides’ by Bradley Garnham and the Runner-up is ‘Aelfthryth’ by Sarah Clark. Life at Suffolk Student Blogger and English student Rose interviewed ...
7 April 2021   - Max
April is Stress Awareness Month and I’m sure I’m not the only one who feels it’s particularly needed this year. This lockdown has been a bag of baloney. Although I try to be an advocate for getting ...
25 March 2021   - Richard
Do you recall the furore, a few months ago, when the Government implicitly suggested that ballerinas should ditch their pointe shoes for a career in Cyber Security, or that hotel receptionists should trade their concierge desks for checkouts? The marketing ...
22 March 2021   - Lily
When mad March hares and butterflies are found,And snowdrops and daffodils adorn the ground,And polka-dot frogspawn swells in the pond —That’s how you know that springtime has dawned. The first equinox of the year (Saturday 20th March, ...
8 March 2021   - Natasha
Squishing and squelching their rhythm, these boots,Squashing who knows what, journey on fallen reeds.Layering a swampy imprint in peat-brown sponge,A soup of brackish tea from where folk tales rise. Uncanny mists drape derelict cliffs, tasting gravity,Edging ...
8 March 2021   - Natasha
Winner of the Student New Angle Prize competitionMy grandmother once led me along a winding coastal path, one windy winter’s morning many years ago. There was a cold and quiet mist about us as we trudged along the beach, ...
8 March 2021   - Natasha
Listen all, and listen well,To this story I will tell—The tale is mine, of love and foul play,For it is the story of my dying day. In Polstead, I was born and raised,Pretty and fair and ...
8 March 2021   - Natasha
You can see the crumbling wallas you make your wayinto the centre of the city.A reminder of our not so distant past.This is our Norwich, our fine city. The thing about our city’s walls is thatwe often ...
8 March 2021   - Natasha
A crow croaks. Magpies chatter to each other from the trees. A peewit peeps somewhere in the distance. The willows reach down and shatter the glass-like water. A kingfisher darts from one side of the bank to the other as ...

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