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The Guild will be hosting an information evening about LSMedia, the official online newspaper. This meeting is for prospective committee members and journalists of the paper to find out how the website works and learn more about the committee roles. An election will be held on October 7th. Committee Roles These are roles which we will be holding elections for. You will need to be a paid up member of LSMedia to stand for election and to vote: Editor-in-Chief Deputy Editor News Editor Deputy News Editor Arts and Culture Editor Features and Comment Editor Sport Editor Tech Editor Food and...

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Surf’s up! Catch a wave with Livsurf

Surf’s up and the weekend rolls round, and Livsurf journey on an adventure to explore Britain’s wild waves. The surf trip is a sacred exploration to find the perfect wave. It involves a continuous battle to improve technique, fitness and ability. After having caught that first wave a never ending addiction begins, to stay in the water, ready for the perfect ride. Choosing when and where to go into the sea is a tricky little challenge; the right conditions have to be met and the tide must be good, along with the onshore wind. A bit of banter with the rest of the group...

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Guest post: Reclaim the Night challenges rape culture

This is a guest post by Rachel O’Byrne, Labour Councillor for Allerton & Hunts Cross.  (Trigger warning: Please note that this article discusses rape culture and street harassment) Tonight Liverpool will have a Reclaim the Night March, for the first time in ten years. Reclaim the Night Liverpool is about reaffirming that women have the right to walk the streets at night without the fear of rape, violence or harassment. We hope that women will join us in campaigning for an end to violence against women, challenging street harassment and ending rape culture. Many people have contacted us to say...

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Why students and graduates should consider entrepreneurship

This is a guest post by Zachary Wearden, an alumni of the University of Liverpool Management School Painting a picture of the job market for graduates in 2013 does not make for a pretty sight. According to the Office for National Statistics (ONS), the unemployment rate for new graduates stands at 18.7% and a further 36% of those that are employed are working in ‘lower skilled jobs’ As a job-hunting graduate, you may feel frustration at the situation. As Dr Redmond, Head of the Careers Service at University of Liverpool notes, this had led to a “disillusionment” amongst young people with...

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