Articles tagged with: Canterbury
Editorial, Featured, Uncategorized »
Canterbury’s paper of record since 1717, the Kentish Gazette, is used to its fair share of criticism.
Some of that criticism is deserved but Unified’s article headlined Kentish Gazette Get Personal: Lies, Lies, Lies simply got it wrong.
It accused our coverage about the return of the Cathedral city’s students of being fabricated, slanderous and fictitious. It was not.
It criticised us for not acknowledging the role students play in boosting the economy or recognising the contribution they make to the voluntary sector. We covered both aspects – on the front page and …
Events, Food & Drink, Local News, National News, Student News »
Pub crawls for first year freshers is condemned in the local and national press
Carnage, the UK’s most well known student night out returned to Canterbury last month. Hundreds of students flocked from bar to bar around the town, just having time for a couple of drinks before being moved on to the next venue.
Carnage is notoriously known to be the night where students get drunk, dress inappropriately and disrupt the town. After the media have been disgusted by how students have acted on Carnage in recent weeks, the question is …
Food & Drink »
Until yesterday my only experience of sushi was from the little chilled packs that are available from the chiller sections in supermarkets, but that changed with a visit to Yoshi in Canterbury. From the exterior it looks like a typical oriental restaurant, only situated on a ring road, and not welcoming at all, but I had heard they served sushi and I had to go to see if this was true.
Upon walking through the door all my preconceptions were gone and I was truly looking forward to lunch and having …