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From the archives 22 years of UEA’s student newspaper

30th September 2014 Issue 300

UEA’s Student Newspaper Issue 274 Free Tuesday 6 November


Welcome to Concrete’s nostalgia supplement... To celebrate the publication of the 300th edition of Concrete, we’ve pulled together a selection of articles from our digital archive. It’s not as complete as we’d like: issues one to 170 are currently being digitised and should be available online in the near future. Nevertheless, the material published in this supplement provides a fascinating glimpse into the recent history of the University of East Anglia and the events that have taken place on this campus. Nowhere else is this information available: a look back through the archives of a student newspaper act as a reminder of the important role that they play in bringing news and comment to university communities. Of course, I hope that Concrete, in one form or another, shall be providing this service for 300 more editions and more. Peter Sheehan Deputy editor

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d by a relative decrease in the contention NN "Y3!2!(%$7!2$%3 campus.clubs Last year receive insur amount of money available from The funding on of sports – equivalent to 80p per week of om uns. ance and the freed the Union refuted rumours that %$)4/2 UEA to join as the this problem has been exacerhas been a continuing source of the academic term – students man gran the y sports will t they are provided by Aid Presents Hilary Benn and Dr. Ian Gibson with a petition to Make Poverty History clubs as the reduction in Sports Associathey wish. The Committee, which the University. Of the block grant restion funds was linked to budgetary thUnion is to introduce a fee The th appr of Issue 177 4 May 2005 oved the changes in June this alloc ated to and the AKE Unio hat 179 28 September n in 2003-4,2005 changes being made to accomÂŁ25 for membership of the UnioIssue year, noted that the move would n 81.4% was spent on participalaw, heir mod ate the refurbishment of the not of UEA Students Sports Associabe popular with members, but tion in sport, including coaching, tight it Hive. While the new fee has been tion. The decision to charge stubelieved that the membership fee trans port, equip men hped as t and Make Poverty History room to petition a met with with Gibson Ian disappointment by some ‘represen ts Hilary Benn and Dr. - hire – by far the highest overa ted the least painful way Jenny Wagg from Christian Aid Presen amhen ll clubs, the Union insists that ing fees set by individual sports hison it is what cost decide for to any ative of prerog its activ sure ities. The one nece ssary clubs their to , with has main been made in response budget tain the high did not increase’. they want to do has been tightened by standard that it omof aApril, own countries anddevelo 19 to the increased cost of running of sport currently providped evelopment was not for the medWhen oned at the university. Even assumsport at UEA. of Tony world to patronise. on said: ‘The Union of UEA Students be done the reluctance of sports clubs nn came to asked what should ica. ing a 10% drop in membership, onal LIBRARY IS OFFICIALLY THE ment of a Amongst the reasons given them OF ION SECT NEW ur MP for then, if the govern truly believes this to be the only selve s to more consupp seemed ort y Unio countr , n-run elief Gibson an profor the new charge is a move by international option that is fair to all of our events such as Wednesday Sports hosted by cerned about OPENED BY UNION ACADEMIC OFFICER polthe Membership Fee could raise investment than in the proking the British Universities Sports Asng members. Membership fees to drinki clean Nights. As a result, the amount of of xt of Great vision o it. up to ÂŁ62,500 towards the run- Spor own popula sociation (BUSA) to replace mass ulathe G8 in water for their ts Associations are a comrevenue generated for the clubs his guns. to answer tion, he stuck to rethe ning of sports clubs. Last year, the uns. er make the mon occurrence, and the price of ut making He did howev throu gh its commercial services Union spen consumer presthat point ons day t ÂŁ215,000 on spor afternoons, with smaller merit has the quicker and decreased. Earlier this yearspectable to be a very sure was far hygiene standards, they ting ÂŁ25 is comparatively below the avany law, activities. g, leagues. 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Full of to boycott produc sponded by recommending thatin Waveney reallywas was amazing. .%73#/22%30/.$%.4 the examusing Cola, Coca s year’ ‘politic as s Management Committee matches by coach, but have to hire the to ple of international pressure aw, clubs must be encouraged to supcapacity This aceutical comas an summer alternativememorabilia separate minibuses, which has led to cutting the he began the forcing pharm ight tion.’ medport AIDS make Wed to nesd panies ay nigh Waveney Terrace has been parfrom Waveney went on sale in an ts e promise of inste ad of servi ces to Africa. offer much higher transport costs ed for students 20 hd budget as , and ication affordable for nising their sociaover tiallyorga knocked down the ininternet The original desk or ls at pubs He agreed that debt relief remoauction. stment ving UEA being incurred by the Union. from the BUSA Mr in the amtrade or pol7(97%3(/5,$ the city. DS by seven should have no summer. 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Waveney opened in 1972 and cancer victims and their families At the end of the 20 es can only tive, elief he and Mr for the last 33 years it has been and donates to research projects. encouraging minute session n petitio a nny developed Gibson accepted polhe home to thousands of UEA stu- In total ÂŁ607.85 was raised from y History, India as an to Make Povert o it. signed by visitors to Norwich dents. Although it made a bleak the auction, which was organCathedral and presented by estioned over Academic Chris Ostrowski and Jean Steward in front of the plaque for the opening e, the representativ Christian AidOfficer picture, those who have lived there ised by the alumni association. behaviour in Jenny alumni, he said that it and UEA ons plaque for the opening insist that it had a special charm. With many ex-Waveney Terrace and Jean Steward in front of the n government’s Wagg. Academic Officer Chris Ostrowski normal height of the five to open the new library , as resident desperate to own a litto open the new library Helen Pike normal height of the five on behalf of all on behalf of all s extension extension floor building, reaches and reache Helen Pike hat floor building,and tle part of this legendary building the When ts. studen UEA News Editor News Editor across most of the length. eted is compl library across most of the length. UEA students. When the the alarms, smashed windows and the auction was a great success. The new section of the new a great be will it year next in already beenof the g has like buildin newfor library is completed new section all stuement After what seems The kitchens that some thought should An original vintage Bertoia by students whilst the improv s of enduring noise use oes dents.â€? library underg of the After what seemsmonth like next year buildingrest has already been in 20 whoit will be a great have been reported to environ- chair sold for ÂŁ185, while a sign for ts studen and disruption, the new Most refurbisheeded well-n a library were ion to UEA’s Concrete spoke toimprovement ly, the the months of enduringextens noise for all stuuse by ment. students whilst Mr Most recent mental health. However, against blocks A to C sold for ÂŁ100. Such has finally been opened by happy about the extra room second floor, housing mainly Chris mic Officer new building now and disruption, theAcadenew rest of the library undergoes all odds, Waveney ‘Swedish Prison’ prices for memorabilia might seem tion books, that the dents.â€? politics and history LIT3, says Ostrowski. It is the first time and from provides. Anna has has re-opened refurbishUnionwell-needed extension to UEA’s alibrary Most who is so much students Terrace was the place for parties like madness, but for a small piece ory, member of thea August, the “the new section until week next g buildin therefore easier opened a University lighter and which houses the spoke toion Concrete were has finally been opened by ment. Most recently, spec third floor, and although those lived there table hygie wich extens newho stand since 1995. ards , they of what was an institution of stulinguistics to work inâ€?. 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Main critiis the firsthas tion has being Medici Wave 2006 onwards. the Terrace has been entailney to that the library has expericisms appear ion, the extens new the “the new section is so much par- from Waveney went on sale in an opened a University building next week until August, Of ts studen tion disrup enced since its opening in severe tially which Officer knocked down over the g a whop- Union Academic this year,and the 1960s. Costin internet auction. The original desk faced have plaque told lighter therefore easier since 1995. third floor, houses Ostrow Academic Officer Chris Ostrowski and Jean Steward in ski front of the for end. the opening Chris which to an mer. to comesum ping ÂŁ6 million in total, the Blocks A-J have been chairs and te “It was an honour is soon es to the Concre ion stretch other furniture as well Taking a year from the inâ€?. extension English and linguistics to work extens demolished The and the remainder as door signs went on sale and beginning of construction normal wasopen also built to accommobooks, will closeofforthe its own height five to the new library of the historic site is due for deHelen Pike the money was donated to The until the opening ceremony floor datestruc extra books fromof new refurbishment. All sections building, and reaches extension on behalf all tion at som e point next year. Big C, a local char News Editor ity that supports the new addi- across courses that have on 18th April, of the library official- UEA most ofwill thebe length. students. When comthe Wave ney open ed in 1972 tion is the first extension ly open menced in recent years, one and cancer victims and their families usesection from January The for new of the new library is completed for the last 33 years it has been and donates to resea rch projects. that thewhat libraryseems has experibeing Medicine. Main criti2006 onwards. has already been in next year willsand bes aofgreat After like building hom e toit thou UEA stu- In total ÂŁ607.85 was raised from enced since its opening in use Of cisms appear to entail the new whilst extension, by the students the improvement for all months of enduring noise dents. Although it madestua bleak the auction, which was organthe 1960s. Costingthe a whopsevere disruption students Union Officer dents.â€? of theAcademic library undergoes and disruption, new rest picture, those who have lived there ised by the alumni association. ping ÂŁ6 million in total, the aChris faced this Ostrowski told have well-needed refurbishMost who extension to UEA’s library insis t thatstudents it hadyear, a specwhich ial charm. With many ex-Waveney Terrace Concrete “It was an honour is soon to to an end. extension to the Most recently, the spoke to come Concrete were has finally stretches been opened by ment. resident desperate to own a litAcademic Officer Chris second floor, housing mainly happy about the extra room tle part of this legendary building thes, new nowand the Ostrowski. It is the first time history and politics books, thatalarm smasbuilding hed windows auction was a great success. kitchens Anna says a member of the Union has has re-opened and from provides. that somLIT3, e thought should An original vintage Bertoia have section is sotomuch opened a University building next week until August, the “the newbeen reported environ- chair sold for ÂŁ185, while a sign for mental healt third floor, which houses lighter and therefore easier since 1995. h. However, against blocks A to C sold for ÂŁ100. Such all odds , WaveThe extension Taking a year from the English and linguistics to work inâ€?. ney ‘Swe dish Prison’ prices for memorabilia might seem ce built was the books, will close for its own wasTerra also toplace accommobeginning of construction for parties like madness, but for a small piece andextra although those from books new until the opening ceremony refurbishment. All sections date Issue 179 28th September 2005 who lived there of what was an institution of stuth stoo d little chanhave ce of sleep that comon 18 April, the new addi- of the library will be official- courses or re- dent life, it was worth every penny. !CONSTRUCTIONWORKERSamount you earn that is above URVEYS7AVENEY4ERRACE tion is the first extension ly open for use from January menced in recent years, one ÂŁ15,000. "Y*!#15)"52'/9.% that.%73#/22%30/.$%.4 the library has experi- 2006 onwards. being Medicine. Main critiThe government also intends enced since its opening in Of the new extension, cisms appear to entail the to provide Maintenance Grants. the When 1960s. Costing a whopsevere disruption students These are non-repayable grants top-up fees come into effect Union Academic Officer pingin ÂŁ6 million inUEA total, the to Chris Ostrowski told have faced this year, which that are intended to help lowerAutumn 2006, intends extension stretches the is soon to come to an end. income students cover their livcharge the full ÂŁ3,000toper year. Concrete “It was an honour ing costs. Those students whose The fees will only apply to parents earn less than ÂŁ17,500 per students who begin their underyear will receive the full ÂŁ2,700 per graduate courses in 2006 - those year in grants with a sliding scale who started earlier will continue to for families of higher incomes. pay the old level of fees, and postStudents with incomes of graduate fees will be unaffected. more than ÂŁ37,425 per year will NHS-funded courses such as be ineligible for these grants. All Physiotherapy will not be subject students, however, will be able to the top-up fees. In addition, for to apply, in addition to the ‘fees’ those enrolling on science courses loan, for a ‘maintenance loan’. A with a foundation year, the founstudent not receiving any maintedation year will only cost ÂŁ1,200, nance grant, living outside London but the remaining years will be and not with their parents, will be charged at the full rate. able to borrow ÂŁ4,405 per year. Those studying abroad will 75% of this will be available to all, while the remaining 25% for that year – so will be charged will be means-tested. All loans reÂŁ1,500 – and ERASMUS students ceived from the SLC by a student will continue to have all their fees $ESPITESTUDENTPROTESTS5%!WILLCHARGETHEHIGHESTTOP UPFEES will be combined for repayment waived for that year, and also will after their degree is completed. Company. ÂŁ3,000 per year plus housing and AAA or above, who could receive Scholarships, Open Scholarships, be given funding for that year. The result of the higher fees The SLC pays the university, living costs, will add up to a con– if taking a four-year course – UEA has decided to charge Faculty Prizes, and Vice-Chancelfor future students will be a much and the student pays back the SLC siderable sum. lor Prizes, and various sports and ÂŁ16,000 during their time at UEA. the full amount possible to engreater debt upon completing once they are earning above the There will be eight Vice-Chancellor music scholarships. able it to improve its facilities and their courses, athough hopefully tem, however, is that payment of set level. As with the old scheme, Pathway Scholarships are Prizes and 12 Faculty Prizes availinfrastructure, enhance the qualthis loan will only gain interest at they will also translate into a betfees is deferred until the degree able, and recipients will be expectaimed at lower-income famiity of its teaching and research, ter quality of education and greatcourse is completed and the stued to maintain grades of 60% or and also to enable it to provide lies, and provide ÂŁ500 per year er opportunities of higher educayou pay back exactly what you bordent is earning above ÂŁ15,000: in more bursaries and scholarships for those with grades of ABB or above. rowed, and the repayments will tion for all. essence, the student takes out an Even with the bursaries that for students. Many scholarships above. Vice-Chancellor Prizes are be taken as a percentage from the UEA intends to provide, fees of extra loan from the Student Loan available for those with grades of will be available, such as Pathway

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NYONETE7EDNESDAYTH*ANUARY Pott will continue to sit on the ed for his understanding of the all. We can only hold the Executive Management Committee, which democratic procedures involved to account if all their decisions are "Y3!2!(%$7!2$%3 LOSTA FERRE T conducts the day-to-day adminis- in running such an institution. made public appropriately and not !.$!..!34%7!2$ Some students have ex- just given to Council,� he said. NUARY TH*A SDAY EDNE TE7 ONCRE # (ASA ! STRAY FERRETNYON WAS FOUND EbyONUnion Council. pressed concern that the move The Executive Committee con# ONCRE CAMPUS The General Manager the Union Although EDNE Mr Pott SDAY is not al- TH*A will make the eleven members TE7 ONof-ONDAY TH NUARY of UEA*ANUARY

Students, Mr FERRE Andy Pott,TARE lowed to vote in Executive meetof the Executive less accountable ers – Academic, Communications, LOSTA AND NUARY ITS RESCUERS TH*A SDAY EDNE TE7 ONCRE h) WAS SO SCAREDvFinance SAID and Welfare – and seven will # no longer attend Executive ings, he has previously been able within the Union. LOOKINGTOTRACEITSOWNER CIAL STUDIES Committee meetings following a Eto offer an advisory role to the One PSYCHOSO student commented that STU NYON (ASA ! STRAY 4HEANIM WASKENTO ALWASTA FOUND ON.ATALIE%VANS (ARDIN G had DENT,IZ decision made by theFERRET Committee they tried to view the minutes theUS Committee are chosen by the 0ICKERIN Gh4HEB #ONCRETE7EDNESDAYTH*ANUARY (ASA NYON CAMPUS THE 0!#4 E ON -ONDAY !NIMAL 3ANCTUAR YTH last week. the Committee. There is concern of previous Executive Committee student body during elections in DRIVERTO LDUSTHA TTHEREWAS T FERRE LOSTA The move toTTHE#AR bar Mr Pott has that ARE his removal from meetings meetings – including the excom- the spring. *ANUARY

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Issue 256 10th May 2011

£9,000

Lecturer discontent revealed Danny Collins Editor

UEA announces intention to charge maximum fees from 2012/13 Fee waivers of up to £3,000 for students from low-income families

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Susanna Wood News Reporter After months of speculation, the University of East Anglia has announced their intention to charge the maximum tuition fee level of £9,000 per year. The University has submitted

Access (Offa) to charge the maximum amount of fees for UK students for all undergraduate degree courses from 2012 onwards. The Vice-Chancellor, Professor Edward Acton, has defended the rise in fees as necessary to maintain small class sizes and excellence in teaching that ensures UEA’s position as one of the top 20 universities in the country,

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with UEA also stating that a third of all new undergraduates will qualify If approved by Offa, students from lower income households will receive up to £3,000 in fee waivers, and there will be a large number of scholarships available to highachieving students. MPs voted in December to allow

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The organisation of administration at the University has been dramatically altered in time for the new academic year. Replacing the Taught Programmes Offices and School Offices are the brand new ‘hubs’. Each school is assigned to one stated that theofprev four hubs from ious meth od which they receive support for timetables, registration, module enrolment, student handbooks, coursework submission and course information. The hubs are located in the Edith Cavell building, the Elizabeth Fry building, the ZICER building and the Arts building and each houses a number of undergraduate and postgraduate schools. Designed to be spacious and student-friendly, the hubs are supposed to be places where staff and students alike, can congregate. The hubs are connected with the university’s integration project, a planned restructuring by the University to cuts in funding. The University has

stated that the previous method of administration for the faculties was unnecessarily complex and expensive, and the new structure should focus skills together to make the University work more effectively. Some have seen this new arrangement as a response to issues with timetables that occurred in the 2010-11 academic year. With the new system, timetabling will be centralised to avoid problems. One big change for students will be that coursework will no longer be handed in to their school office, but instead to their assigned hub. This is leading to some concern that coinciding deadlines will cause a backlog of students trying to hand in their work, but the hubs have been designed to handle a large amount of students efficiently. The University has been keen to reassure students that support from advisers and other academic staff will remain within the school of study, and that there are no changes to services provided by the Dean of Students’ Office, Finance Office or the Library.

fees for home students to rise to £6,000 a year, with a limit of £9,000 in ‘exceptional circumstances’. UEA is not alone in its decision; according to The Guardian, almost 75% of all English universities and university colleges plan to charge £9,000 for at least some of their courses. All universities in the 1994 group, of which UEA is a part, will be

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charging £9,000 in 2012. Norwich University College of the Arts is planning on charging £8,500 for its undergraduate courses. The Union of UEA Students has expressed that it is “disappointed” with the decision. Offa will announce whether or not the plan has been approved in July.

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Issue 262 6th December 2011

Joey Essex: Behind the fake tan When Hannah Britt met Joey Essex, star of The Only Way Is Essex, things did not go to plan

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ake tan applied and false eyelashes in place, I arrive at Project in downtown Norwich for the start of their Reem Party. In a few hours, the stage would be graced by none other than Joey Essex, the beloved star of The Only Way Is Essex. But, before he goes on stage, I am going to interview the man himself for Concrete. Famous for quotes such as, “Who’s the prime minister of Essex?” in all honesty, I was not holding out much hope for a deeply intellectual interview. However, nothing could prepare me for the disaster which was about to unfold. “Follow me girls, I’ll set you up in VIP,” sounds like the start of a good night, right? Wrong. I am sipping on my third (or maybe fourth) cocktail when a buzz goes round the room: Joey is in the building. I am ushered out of VIP and into the backstage area. Joey is in the bathroom. I wait. My eyes wander to a table, there’s a list of things Joey would like upon arrival to the club. On the list there are Dairylea Lunchables, pineapple juice, vodka and ready salted crisps. What a diva. When Joey emerges he is a vision of orange. He looks tired; his face is puffy. He is, however, glowing. Not as one would glow after an expensive facial, but as would after a nuclear radiation leak. He is wearing his signature outfit: a tight, white t-shirt and even tighter denim shorts. He is smaller than I imagined. I feel like the jolly green giant standing next to him in my six inch heels. I wish I’d worn flats. I usher him to a sofa. We sit. The interview begins. I tell him it’s fantastic to meet him, that I love TOWIE, that I’d once seen him in Sugar Hut in Essex and that the excitement I felt that day was a close second to Christmas. Joey looks blankly at me, “I like your watch,” he says, “it’s well reem.” Brilliant, Joey likes me already. I have a good feeling about this. Unfortunately it doesn’t take long for that feeling to fade. “Er ... wait what?” Joey says in answer to my inquiry as to his opinion

of the economic situation at the moment. He scowls at me. Fabulous. I take a different tact and ask him about vajazzles. Now, for those of you that have yet to have the pleasure of watching TOWIE, a vajazzle is when one has little gems (crystals, not lettuces) placed in an aesthetically pleasing pattern around one’s private parts. What a lovely idea, right? Don’t worry, I won’t be offended if you put your issue of Concrete down while you rush out and get one. But back to Joey. Upon the mention of the word vajazzle, Joey is back in the game. Clearly in his comfort zone, his little puffy face lights up: “I ain’t never looked at one really, Sam never got one when I was with her. But love hearts are the best.” So there you have it ladies, the way to Joey Essex’s heart is by framing your bits with a spangled love heart. Sod Kate Adie, this is hard hitting journalism at it’s very best. Joey’s enthusiasm is short lived, however, as he stumbles over the use of the word “inspiration” in my next question. “What do you mean?” he asks, bemused, when probed about the inspirations behind his style. We look at each other in silence for a moment. I wonder if he’s joking. He’s not. I think of another way to ask him, speaking slowly so he understands. Somewhere deep inside his brain a low watt light bulb flickers: “I just wear what I want to really,” he says. I begin wondering if interviewing a potato would be more interesting when Joey suddenly stands up, making me jump, and points at himself. “This is called Joey Essex,” he shouts, “that’s it.” He sits back down. When asked what he

thinks of Norwich, Joey says he has “only been here for five minutes,” he thinks it’s “reem” but doesn’t really know, he doesn’t think he’s ever been here before. The light bulb flickers again. “Fuck, are we in UEA?” I

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Joey picks... Snog Lucy Mecklenburgh Marry Sam Faires Avoid Lauren Goodger nod. “Is UEA near Norwich?” Is he being serious? Oh, wait, he is. Nice one Joey. Very reem. Thanks to Mr Essex, the word “reem” has entered the vocabulary of the TOWIEwatching public. One could say that Joey Essex is

the modern day Shakespeare. Sort of. The word in question is actually a Swedish slang term used to describe an incredibly sexy and talented individual. I, however, am starting to prefer Urban Dictionary’s definition of “reem,” which is something along the lines of: “saying this word automatically gives others permission to belt you around the face with a shovel.” But what does Joey think? Keen to get the Essex Shakespeare’s view, I ask him. “I just heard it in south London. I like it. It’s reem,” he replies. I ask him if he knows that its roots lie in the Swedish language. “What do you mean?” he asks. I try to explain. “What?” he asks again. I give up. I begin to wonder if Joey would buy a dictionary if they introduced the word “reem” into it. Probably not. While I’m musing this, he gets up again. “Is it me or is it hot in here?” he asks. I tell him that I’m sorry but I can’t help being so hot. I laugh at my own joke. Joey looks at me blankly. He turns around and heads towards the bathroom. I, naturally, follow. I tell him to run his wrists under some cold water to cool himself down, he asks where we heard such a stupid idea, I tell him that I don’t know, but I might have seen it in a rubbish TV programme on ITV2 . After a few minutes, Joey’s wrists are cool enough for us to leave the bathroom. Fantastic. Is he ready to answer my questions again? Of course he’s not. He comments on my watch again, which is bright orange. Maybe he’s feeling inspired as to his next shade of fake tan. Or he would, if he knew what the word “inspired” meant. He picks up the copy of Concrete I’ve brought with me and takes a picture of it on his phone. “What’s this?” he asks.

He seems agitated. He gets up again. I tell him he seems nervous. He tells me he’s not. I try another question, what type of girl does Joey Essex go for usually? “They’ve just gotta be reem man.” Fabulous, I think, this interview is going to change the world. The way Joey Essex is portrayed onscreen is as a dim but charismatic young man with a heart of gold. “I’m just myself on it”, Joey says of his onscreen persona. Bollocks. He must be happy with the way the producers of TOWIE edit the programme because so far the only characteristic I can vouch for is that he is dim, very dim. His favourite food must be dim sum. If he was a household appliance, he’d be a dimmer switch. His favourite political commentator (if he had any idea what that means) would be Jonathon Dimbleby. At this point, Joey sits down and starts picking at his knee. He tells me it hurts. Now it’s my turn to look bemused. This interview just gets better and better doesn’t it? Michael Parkinson eat your heart out. I tell him it’s probably an ingrown hair. “What’s one of them?” asks Mr Essex. I explain. “It’s hurting, do something,” he says. I tell him that I don’t really have much experience in dealing with the pain caused from ingrown hairs. Bloody hell. “I need to go outside. I’m boiling,” Joey looks visibly flustered, he is beginning to sweat. “I can’t handle this, I’m hot,” he says. Then he gets up and I watch, incredulous, as his little orange legs scuttle out of the door. I’m speechless: something which doesn’t happen often, let me tell you. Tucking Concrete under my arm I go to follow. My path is blocked by Joey’s security guard. Even in my heels, he is a foot taller than me and about eight times as wide. I contemplate taking a run at the door but I decide against it. He could snap me like a Toblerone. “Joey’s not doing anymore interviews tonight,” is all he says, his arms folded. Brilliant.


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Interview: Concrete meets Eddie Izzard Ciara Jack Venue editor Eddie arrives looking sharp. He’s dressed in a tailored black suit, ankle boots with 50s-style specs. A bit of chic for a French show perhaps. The room we’re given to interview Eddie Izzard unfortunately isn’t so glamorous. We meet in the UEA Finance office; just one blue sofa and one blue chair, in a very blue, very carpeted room. Eddie is friendly and chatty as soon as he steps through the door, and we instantly begin talking. After a brief confusion over the photographer’s name (Kieran) and my name (Ciara), this unexpectedly leads to a masterclass on how to do a Northern Irish accent (I tell him Ciara is an Irish name and my dad is from Derry). We spend about five minutes repeating ‘Weetabix’ with a Belfast slant, and ‘hau nau braun cau.’ We then quickly and sensibly move on from accents onto languages. His show, Stripped Tout en Français was announced with short notice and sold-out immediately, happily coinciding with UEA’s 50th Anniversary celebrations. To some, one of Britain’s most popular comedians performing a whole show in french on home-turf might seem risky, so why do an entire tour? “Well, I’m ambitious – but you can be ambitious and negative. I feel like I want to reach out with an open hand; some people reach out with a closed-fist, I’m an open-hand person. I was born in Yemen, I’ve lived in Northern Ireland and South Wales, and I like languages.” He shows me his metallic red manicure. On his set of glossy nails he has one Union Jack and one European Union flag transfer. “Seeing as I’m a BritishEuropean transvestite, I should put my money where my mouth is.” Eddie’s enthusiasm for language is coupled with his love of Europe, not shy of professing his ardent support of the

“I saw French people fighting to sell out my show, and that blew my mind” European Union. “It’s quite difficult to make a governmental system sexy. The idea was to stop people from killing each other.” For Eddie, the learning of languages and the continuation of

Kieran Rogers cooperation in the EU are interlinked. “Arthur Smith, who is going to introduce me tonight – he did the first ever French gig in Paris, ten minutes it was, and then I’m going to take this further and drive this through and then I’m going to do German next year, then hopefully Spanish at the end of next year or in 2015, then Russian, then Arabic.” He continues, “touring France, which I’ve started doing, is just beautiful. I saw French people fighting to sell out my show and it blows my mind.” I ask if doing a show in French in a very un-bilingual country might perhaps be seen as niche. “I think people see it (speaking French) as ‘other’ rather than niche. Learning a language might sometimes be seen as niche, but right-wingers in Europe tend to go “oh they’re so ‘other’ they’re so different to us” What I’m trying to do is show the similarity between us.” Even he admits that learning new languages, potentially for an entire stand up show “scares the shit out of me.” Yet, he holds the strong belief that it isn’t an exclusive talent. “Learning a language is like driving a car. Some people are not the sharpest people, but you would never say “they’re so un-sharp they can’t drive car.”” Eddie is a huge advocate of European standups coming to perform in Britain, such as German standup Michael Mittermeier. “The Russians the Germans and the French; if they’re doing are doing it (standup) in English, hopefully I can do it in German and eventually Russian.” He reiterates that this mixing of languages is a way of bringing people in Europe together. “A lot of people aren’t following what I’m doing, it doesn’t seem they’re beating

a path in, maybe if I make more money doing this, then maybe they might. It’s quite hard, but it’s not that hard.” Stripped Tout en Français has

“Hopefully I can do standup in English, German and eventually Russian” gone down a storm where it has been performed, however his plan

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for a standup tour in French had inauspicious beginnings. “It was a complete and utter failure. Authur Smith did ten minutes and I think did pretty good, but I did an atrocious five minutes. I got so scared I couldn’t remember French.” Eddie’s standup routines often have the Python-esque surreal narrative, which one would think might not sit will with French audiences, and that he would perhaps have to change his material. “No, I don’t. There is a mainstream sense of humour in every country. Alternatives will do more surreal, out-there stuff. Like all us surreal guys, the Python’s children, they exist in France and Germany. The audiences exist there, you just have to find them.” We round up the interview but I have one last, very important question: what is “covered in bees” in French? This turned out not to be a simple question. “Ooh good point...” he pauses and has a think. “Couvert des abeilles? Il a été... No... something like that... I’m going to look it up now. I’ll do it in the direct translation, this should be fun.” He whips out his iPhone and quickly tries to Google the answer. “Je suis couvert chez des abeilles? That’s weird. Home of the bees. That’s wrong. Je suis couvert des abeilles. That’s what it is.” You can download his show, Stripped Tout en Français from the french iTunes, and Stripped from the UK website.


Editors’ picks

Freshers’ guide 16th September 201

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We asked Concrete editors past and It’s aro this time in the life of a thir present to nominate their favourite article to be a und fresher again rears up. Seeing d year that the yearning all your happy, worrie excited and slightly scared fac from the paper’s 22-year history. Their es doesn’t half stimulate a gus d, nostalgia for our first year. t of submissions, reprinted over the following Rob Drury one night. Some will know, som 5 pages, range from the humourous to e will laugh you through it, and som e will the touching, and cover everything in take it in, smile and go bac k to the last thing you were talking between. It was when we met our gro about. up of

Peter Sheehan deputy editor 2014-15 Some articles become classics with age. Others have greatness thrust upon ‘em the moment they roll off the printing press. Rob’s article is a clear example of the latter. Rarely is something so moving and sincere written with so light a touch. And rarely does Concrete publish something with so great a capacity to grasp the hands of its readers.

Comment

Issue 299 11th February 2014

flatmates who we’d share cere al with after a night out, when we foun d out it was in fact possible to bur n garlic bread from the inside-out and when we smiled at our first over-70 % grade and started the best three yea rs of our lives. And for some of us, it’s when we decided to tell people we’ re gay. Coming out at university can be pretty terrifying to start with; it’s about letting go of part of your being you’ve kep t so closely and carefully to yourself, and everyone does it diff erently. Whether you’re making a flatm ate guess it in your kitchen on a Thu rsday afternoon, or correcting someone at a gig when they asked you if any girls caught your eye in the LCR last night, you’ll do it your way when you’re ready. The respons es you’ll get will be as varied as the outc omes of your attempts at cooking ; though the responses will never be as bad as the pasta, sliced tomatoe s and steamed carrot concoction you made

social and campaigning group, Norwich Nightline are around when you’re anxious or upset at 2AM, or even if you just need a chat, and the Wellbeing Team within the Dean of Students office can be a real help. First year is a precious thing, but the best advice you could get from a third year could come from someone It’s not necessarily the easi est who was around before UEA even thing to get used to, particu larly if existed. Julian of Nor wich (who the you kept any hint of your sexuality retina-meltingly pink building next a secret before uni. Not only are to CD Annexe is named after) is you going to be trying to wor k out well known for sayi ng “…all shall where you stand as yoursel f like be well, and all man ner of things everyone else (cue the wel l-loved, shall be well” - whi ch is a pretty vomit-inducing phrase “eve ryone’s good way to think about it. Keep in the same boat”), you’ll eve ntually the faith that in the end, everything stumble over the gay com munity, will be fine; take you r first year at and try and work out where you fit the speed you want to and how you in that too. There’ll be som e really want to. Want to just be comfortable good times, and there’ll pro bably be with yourself? Awe some, you can some less good times on the way too. be. Want to hav e loads of sex? The advice we’ll give you her e at Great, but play safe and be a good Concrete is don’t do it alone. You’ve human. Want to pro mote equality got the prime opportunity in your on campus? You ’ll be welcomed. new flatmates and friends from There’s a place for you here across your courses and soci to be eties; just who you want to be. Keep calm, these guys will be the frie ndliest because everything will be fine, you’re bunch you’ll ever know, and will be going to have an ama zing time. And there when you need them. As well who knows, it cou ld be you writing as the friends you’ll make within an article like this in your final year, those spheres, there are people reflecting on just how far you’ve who’ll listen when you nee d them come since that awf ul pasta, sliced to as well. UEA Pride peer support tomatoes and stea med carrot dish society is a fantastically relaxed (but your cooking might still suck).

Let’s talk about sex, baby

Geraldine Scott Comment Writer @Geri_E_L_Scott Let’s talk about sex. No, not in the awkward way your parents did with strange metaphors and terrifying diagrams, but in the sense that it’s never what you imagined. That’s partly because before you had seen any real person naked in a sexual setting, you had probably seen some form of pornography. In fact it was found last year by the then new adult website, Paint b Bottle, that porn websites rack up more visitors each month than Netflix, Amazon and Twitter combined. On the whole there is no problem with that, but there are massive differences between the scripted settings of XXX and genuine experiences. Welcome to the world of lube, awkwardness and the essential after-sex wee. Let’s be honest here, the very wellendowed star could be licking the bottom of a girls’ little toe and she would be

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writhing in pleasure. Now girls are just as into sex as guys are, but it takes a little more than this suggests to get things going. In the world of porn there is no foreplay; going from zero to full penetration is the only way to go. There is no body hair. None. At all. Unless your search terms are more specific. Sadly real people have jobs to go to, bills to pay and food to buy so they can’t spend all day shaving every inch of their skin to resemble the smoothness of a bowling ball. It’s just so theatrical! Nobody likes to swallow so much that they would rather have that in the morning than a coffee. Nobody is ever 100% sure that what they are doing is working, or getting anywhere. For sure, nobody is overly pleased about seeing a huge penis without the slight twinge of dread. The most unrealistic portrayal of sex in porn, however, are the noises (or lack of). Whilst your average clip will not be short of fulfilled moans, grunts and dirty talk, what it will miss is the giggling, the weird noises that the human body makes and the swearing when you bang your head on the headboard for the fifth time. Whilst most people may know to take porn with a pinch of salt, as a bit of fun, it’s crucial that it is kept that way and not used as a tool to educate about sex and relationships. Now that is cleared up, back to Pornhu- I mean Twitter!

Geri Scott Editor in chief 2014-15 This is the piece I’m proudest of in my whole time at Concrete so far! I think because it’s a Comment piece I was able to be brutally honest, and also a little tongue-in-cheek. The first section I ever wrote for was Comment, and the consistent allowance of me to pretty much babble on for 400 words led to me applying to be Editor in chief – and the rest, as they say, is history. Even now I have people laugh at me writing about the post-sex wee!


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Here for all your cultural needs (or a coffee and cake). Bring the parents.

NO MAN’S LAND

Nicknamed “T-Paine”, it’s the upmarket LT 1 and 2.

If you haven't already herd about UEA's other freshers, visit our website.

The Illustration Guild meets weekly for workshops about drawing, animation and other means of storytelling. All students are welcome. If you can’t draw you’ll pick up some new techniques, while skilled artists can share secrets and make new friends. Annual membership is only £3. For meeting times and more information visit: www.facebook.com/groups/ UEAIllustrationGuild.

Map by Amy Griffiths, Illustration Guild vice-president

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So much to say about the LCR, so little space.

Come and visit us in the Concrete office. We’re a lovely lot. The Hive: best place for a smoothie.

For the other kind of all-nighter. Just watch out for the Library Police. No, really.

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Always competing with Britten and Paston, but wherever you live: get used to the 5am fire alarms.

you visit the best places on campus.

in and enjoy Welcome Week. Take some tips from Concrete and make sure

You’ve arrived in Norwich, waved off your parents and are ready to get stuck

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The lake: rent a BBQ in summer.

Other than Concrete’s Big Meet, the main events here will be exams, seminars and graduation. Fun.

Zest: best Twitter account on campus. Hungover fry-ups and the best potato wedges around.

Our multi-million sportspark, does what it says on the tin.

The international building. Legend tells of the best roast dinners on campus.

A Fresher’s Map of UEA

Not as great as T-Paine. Don't even get us started on LT3 and 4.

Home of “the village people”. You can hang out with all the boys.

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Creating this map of campus was a real team effort while putting together my first issue as editor. Inspired , in part, by the Mean Girls can teen map (what else?) we wanted to give fres hers a fun, lighthearted guid e to the essential places at UEA. The editorial staff came up with the concep t, and Amy Griffiths from the Illustration Society was kind enough to draw all of the elem ents for us. Everyone then chipped in with suggestions and jokes for the little notes found around the map. We wer e delighted with the final pro duct, and it was a brilliant way to kick off the yea r!

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Hayden East Venue editor 2013-14 LGBT+ survey as I was when I first read them. I still find myself as floored by the results of UEA’s 2012 en and women felt unable to come out to their sportsm Sophie Witts reported that just over half of our gay university that clearly had some headway to make teammates. It was an important front page not just for a plagued by stigma. I hope that the bravery and in terms of equality, but for a wider sporting community is beginning to mirror that of UEA’s own. pride recently shown by professional sportsmen and women Continued from front page He clarified that the gender-neutral facilities would mean providing cubicle of localising national surveys and Issue 274 6th November 2012 statistics to get a real feel for the needs of changing rooms, similar to family LGBT+ students at UEA. [The results were] changing. “Whilst some changing rooms on the whole very positive but highlighted have one or two cubicles, to be seen as ways which the Union could improve long the only person using them can cause term, and backed ideas of how to increase stigma. By having a blanket policy on nonparticipation in sport and create a culture communal changing and showering, we of ‘safe space’ at UEA.” are ensuring that all people, regardless of Another key finding of the report gender or sexuality, can take part in sport. indicated a high level of support (73.1%) We also recognise that religions such as freely about relationships with men as we Sophie Witts for the installation of gender-neutral Islam would not feel able or comfortable to do with women. If I was in a long-term News editor changing and washing facilities in both change in the same area as another gender. relationship with a guy I would probably the Sportspark and the new Colney Lane Therefore again this would mean working A report by the Union of UEA students feel more comfortable coming out.” redevelopment. with all parties to find suitable solutions.” Respondents also indicated that a lack (UUEAS) has revealed that around half of Laverick informed Concrete that he The Union has similar plans to introduce LGBT+ students participating in sport at of understanding surrounding different would be meeting with the director of gender-neutral toilets in Union House, UEA feel unable to disclose their sexuality types of sexuality upset them. “[There the Sportspark to address the issue, and which would either consist of single units are] stereotypes and assumptions that to their team mates. that the Union was working with UEA to or be modelled on existing women’s toilets. Of the students who responded to the bisexuals are attracted to everyone and provide similar facilities at Colney Lane. The plans would not mean the complete survey, 52.8% of those participating in constantly horny or 'going through a He clarified that People do the not gender-neutral removal of existing gendered facilities. issues such as homophobia and sexism. sport indicated they were not out to their phase/attention seeking'. facilities would mean providing cubicle Laverick said: “We would point out that Furthermore, on 2 November the team mates, with 13.9% citing themselves understand how I can be in a heterosexual changing rooms, similar to family toilets on trains, and in student housing presidents and representatives of each club relationship and bi.” as “partially out”. changing. “Whilst some Another student added: “People thinkchanging rooms are all gender neutral, this is not a new signed the Sports Charter on Homophobia The report indicated that there was have one or two cubicles, a culture surrounding club and society it's weird to not be interested in sex. They to be seen as idea. The issues faced by trans* students and Transphobia, which is displayed on a thesame only‘but person using them can cause and those not identifying as male/female large poster to be framed and displayed in one day you'll events that prevented LGBT+ students always spout the are real and present and it is our obligation the Hive. from feeling they could be open about see’ and it's really upsetting that they communal changing and showering, we to help them.” Laverick added that he would welcome their sexuality, with 50% of respondents won't just accept it.” are ensuring that all When asked to detail steps the Union further comments from clubs and societies: answering that at least, on occasion, they 120 students responded to people, the regardless of gender or can take had felt the need to hide their sexuality survey. Data acquired viasexuality, a Freedom of part in sport. would be taking to address the report’s “I am very keen to hear about their ideas We also recognise that religions such as findings, he explained he would propose of how to develop a good sense of safe when attending social events or training. Information request submitted by the Islam not feel able or comfortable to setting up campaign called “It’s ok to be space.” When asked to specify reasons for Union shows that forwould the academic year in the same area as another gender. gay at UEA” and would seek the backing of The Union’s full report is viewable at this, responses varied, with students 2011-12 4.18%change of students identified Therefore again this would mean working both celebrities and Norwich City FC. www.ueastudent.com/image_uploads/ citing both the reactions of teammates themselves as Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual or There was also the potential to set up lgbt--student-experience-repor.pdf. For as well as their own right to privacy Other, whilst 8.54% “preferred not to The Union has similar plans to introduce an “equality marks scheme” based on further information, contact LGBT+ officer as reasons not to be open. Writing say”. gender-neutral in Union House, a successful model at Liverpool Hope Richard Laverick at union.lgbt@uea.ac.uk. anonymously, one student explained: Union LGBT+ office Richardtoilets Laverick would was either consist “I like to stay private. Most of the team told Concrete: which “The survey our way of single units University, in which clubs and societies are All written survey responses by students be modelled would feel uncomfortable if I spoke as Continued onor page three. on existing women’s toilets. graded according to their efforts to make were submitted anonymously. Sophie Witts The plans would notlaun mean the complete their club a “safe space”, as well as tackling NUS

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James Dixon News editor 2011-12 I remember the reporting of the 2010 student protests at Millbank was really strong. There were certainly some great images that arose from the event.

UEA PROTESTER ARRESTED R UEA ARRESTED PROTESTER ARRESTED UÊUEA student arrested as fifty-two thousand students take to London’s streets in protest at higher education spending cuts. Geraldine Morizet UÊNUS launch ‘Right to Recall’ campaign as they name Norwich South MP Simon Wright as their second priority target. Danny Collins Editor A UEA student was among 64 arrested during the NUS Demo in London earlier this month, Concrete can reveal. The unnamed second year was detained by police following the occupation and vandalism of the Conservative party headquarters

at Millbank, Westminster by a after the peacefulat Millb march of minster NUS President, Aaron Porter, ank, West by a after the peaceful marc h of group of through protesters. group of protesters. was quick over to condemn thents violence, Editor over 50,000 students 50,000 stude through A UEA alumnus was also Westminster, who were protesting saying: “This was not part of our arrested after gaining entry to the at the proposed rise in tuition fees. plan. This action was by others roof of the building, from which a Violence erupted around the who have come out and used this Tory HQ after a small minority of opportunity to hijack a peaceful into the crowd below by an Anglia students, thought to number in the protest.” Ruskin University student. Both hundreds, entered the building and Earlier in the day, Porter had individuals have been bailed proceeded to smash windows and announced that MP for Norwich until February, pending further furniture. The cost of the damage is South, Simon Wright, was second investigation. estimated to run into hundreds of only to Nick Clegg on the list of The rioting at Millbank came thousands of pounds. Liberal Democrat MPs that the

NUS would target if they did not NUS Presi dent, Aaron honour their pre-election tuition Porter, NUS would fee pledge. Such a stance will concern Wright, who only gained a 310 vote majority in the three-way swing seat, and will be eager to appease the 20,000 students who reside in his constituency. For full coverage of the National Demo turn to pages 2-4 and 10.

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