The Verse’s Charlotte Crane outlines and discusses the cancellation of free University of Brighton bus service, The Big Lemon. For anyone who hasn’t already heard the news, the University of Brighton has decided to cease operation of their Big Lemon bus service, effective immediately. The Big Lemon, which has run […]
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The Verse’s Doug Gregg, third year BSc Geography student, discusses his research looking into public perceptions of air quality in Brighton and Hove, and how social factors can shape these perceptions. Air quality is one of those issues we’ve all heard of and been affected by in one way or another. […]
The Verse’s Chanelle Manton summarises what she thought of the open mic night held at Brighton University’s Falmer campus, which took place on the 6th June. Hosted at The Hive up at Falmer’s campus, this student-led open mic night on the 6th of June facilitated a range of voices through spoken-word […]
The Verse’s Alex Berdugo tells us all there is to know about Brighton Fringe in his Fringe preview… England’s largest arts festival, Brighton Fringe, makes a much-anticipated comeback this month. The festival aims to promote a diverse range of arts, allowing a pathway for new and old artists to make an […]