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Focus on the new initiative aimed at ensuring sports-mad undergraduate students of tomorrow stay on Wearside.  Sunderland Association Football Club has a long and storied history of producing talented players through their youth ranks and the Foundation of Light is no different.  The club has a charity linked to them called the Foundation of Light […]

An investigation into the culture of abuse of match day officials which could bring English football down from the bottom. Football, the game millions love, wouldn’t happen without referees. The game relies on referees to go ahead, and many people are not brave enough to step up. Unfortunately, the new generation of referees are receiving […]

The re-emergence of vinyl records: is it a fad or should Spotify be worried? From The Beatles to Sam Fender, Fleetwood Mac to The Smiths, whether you listen to an artist from the 50s, 70s or even modern day, chances are you can listen to your music on a good old fashioned record player, but […]

The University of Sunderland Student Union recently had animals on campus for students to see. Riggmoor Reindeer and Miniature Mobile Farm brought a llama, an alpaca, a donkey, a pony, rabbits, guinea pigs, goats and sheep.   Many students came out to see and even feed the animals. There was also an ice-cream van and […]

Booming past its initial infancy phase within literature and digital media, the widespread integration of the macabre and the convenience of knowledge have swiftly morphed into a melting pot resulting into the newfound interest of the True Crime genre. From bibliographies written by serial killers sitting in solitary confinement, to Netflix series’ and documentaries written […]

A group of nerdy scientists simply just existing in California. How did something so normal, so average keep viewers in the US and beyond gripped for 12 seasons? Hitting our screens in 2005, it’s clear to see the early seasons were written and produced in a different time. From engineer Howard Wolowitz’s blatant and uncomfortable […]

As a growing society, it is important to remember our history. One important aspect of history is the devastation of World War One where around 20 million people lost their lives and many more left with life impacting wounds. The war was known as the great war and the ‘war to end all wars’ but […]

An Apprentice Fundraiser at Grace House will be taking on physical challenges to raise vital funds for young people with disabilities. This year Harry Forster, 19, will be taking part in the Sunderland 10k in May to raise funds. As well as the National Three Peaks challenge at the end of May and the Virtual […]


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