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You should be all settled in Sheffield by now, and hopefully, you’ll have just about recovered from Fresher’s Week wild antics. Now it’s time to get serious and put in some study time before the festive season celebrations begin! To give you some motivation, we’ve got a line-up of inspiring interviews from the biggest names in business. Our cover star this issue is self-made millionaire, Jamal Edwards, plus we’ve got success stories from entrepreneurs Michelle Mone – founder of Ultimo lingerie, and Levi Roots – the name behind the world famous Reggae Reggae sauce brand. 06 what’s on We’ve also got a Sheffield Student Digs guide – offering 08 jamal edwards top tips to find accommodation for 2015/16 in the best student 14 michelle mone locations; plus all of your favourite monthly features 18 levi roots including: music, food, fashion, gaming and more. x 22 music reviews Until next month…

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UNIVERSITY OF SHEFFIELD Chatsworth at Christmas Sunday 30 November // 10AM-4PM // Chatsworth House Meet on Durham Road at 10am, £24. Ticket includes, travel and entry to the stately house and gardens. The coach will depart Chatsworth at 3pm for a stop at the Farm Shop before heading back to Sheffield at 4pm. Travel time is approximately 45 minutes.

The Pizza Party Thursday 20 November // 4PM-6.30PM // Octagon Council Chambers Looking for a tasty challenge that will really test your business skills? At the Pizza Party, not only will you get free pizza, you will also learn something too. You will work as part of a team to run a fictitious pizzeria in this business simulation game. You will then compete against three other teams to see who can make the most profit. 6 | Stu-Mag

Film Making: Camera Workshop Saturday 8 November // 2PM-5PM // The Edge, Endcliffe If you’ve ever wanted to try your hand at directing a film or just want an insight into what goes on behind the lens, pop down to the Edge and give the University’s camera workshop a go. You don’t need to own a camera as the class is aimed at beginners, but if you do then bring it along.

Edinburgh Weekend Getaway Friday 14 November (10AM depart) – Sunday 16 November (2PM depart) // Edinburgh Enjoy a weekend getaway to the capital city of Scotland to experience a unique blend of culture, sophistication and architecture, plus a remarkable location. Meet on Durham Road at 10am, £109.99. Ticket includes travel, accommodation and continental breakfast. Travel time is approximately 6 hours.


SHEFFIELD HALLAM UNIVERSITY Sheffield Wednesday FC vs Rotherham Saturday 8 November// 3PM-5.30PM// Hillsborough Stadium Head down to Hillsborough to watch Sheffield Wednesday take on Rotherham. Discounted student tickets available from POD 4, the Student’s Union HUBS.

Tuesday 18 November// 6PM-8PM// Bar Phoenix Dragon’s Den with a community twist! Sheffield Hallam are offering the opportunity for students to solve local community issues with project ideas. The winning student will win £500 to set up the project.

Global Entrepreneurship Week: Enterprise Skills Building Workshop Monday 17 November // 4PM-6PM // Stoddart-7139 Stop! This isn’t another talk, seminar or lecture; this is your opportunity to develop skills that are relevant to your degree, your job prospects and employability, and for if you are considering setting up your own business. It’s going to be a two hour interactive workshop, with hands on, practical skills development.

The Don’t Panic Housing Fair Thursday 4 December // 11AM-4.23PM // THE HUBS Looking for a house for 2015/16? DON’T PANIC! And come to the Housing Fair. It’s your best chance of finding a Council approved, ‘Snug’ registered property. The Advice Centre will be running free Tenancy checks; meet Landlords with Snug accredited properties; find out what questions you should be asking potential Landlord; plus have a rummage in the Free Shop! Yup you heard right - take what you want! Donations for the Free Shop can be made to the HUBS from 24 November - 2 December!

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Jamal Edwards FROM TEENAGE AMATEUR FILM MAKER TO 23-YEAR-OLD MULTI-MILLIONAIRE... Words: Jessica Fogarty He’s the West London teenager who has caught the eye of politicians, business leaders and even royalty. Founder of youth broadcasting channel, SB.TV, Jamal Edwards has quickly become a self-made multi-millionaire, being named on the Sunday Times young power and rich lists. He’s interviewed Prime Minister David Cameron; joined Prince

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William and Harry for the first royal selfie at the launch of the Queen’s Young Leaders Programme; and, as a winner of the Virgin Media Pioneers competition for the best and most innovative entrepreneurs in the UK, counts Sir Richard Branson as a friend. Not bad to say he’s still only 23 years old, is it?! Chic meets Jamal Edwards when he stops off at the annual Sheffield business festival, MADE 2014.


Take us back to the start. Where did your journey begin? I have my mum to thank for my success I suppose – she bought me my first video camera for Christmas when I was 15 years old. I started filming foxes and bugs and uploading them to YouTube. Unexpectedly, they got thousands of views. I carried on filming wildlife for a while but I soon realised I couldn’t do that forever, in the back garden of the council house I lived at in West London. I had a lot of mates that were MC’s so I started filming them. I was frustrated with the platform available to showcase talent so I set out to do something about it. YouTube had only been launched 12 months when I started out eight years ago so it wasn’t being utilised the way it is today. I soon realised the opportunities were endless – I could film music, fashion, comedy and businesses etc. This was the start and SB.TV was born.

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What motivates you? Trying to find new talent. In 2010 I filmed my first video outside of the grime and rap scene. I was fascinated by this singingbeatboxing-ginger – Ed Sheeran. He’s so unexpected. Finding more people like Ed is what’s going to move my business forward.

What has been the most surreal moment of your career? I got a job in Topman to fund my film projects when I first started out, and now eight years on, I’ve just launched my own range of hats in the store. It’s really surreal that I’ve come full circle – I was selling their stock and now they’re buying from me.

Tell us about your latest project, BITE TV? A promo advert has been released and Bite TV will be officially launching soon. I felt like news wasn’t being delivered in a way that young people could understand, so this is a new platform for youth broadcasting. Subjects like drugs and homophobia aren’t being addressed in the right way – in a way that young people understand. BITE is not a news channel as you know it. It’s something new and much needed to improve young people’s understanding of current affairs.

Who are your business heroes? I’m inspired by Richard Branson and Dr Dre. I’ve met both of them. They’ve help to fuel my dreams.

What advice would you give to young entrepreneurs wanting to launch their own company? Find your niche. You need to create a solution to a problem that hasn’t been solved yet. Then don’t give up. It’s also beneficial to find a mentor and you need to be prepared for knock-backs. You have to be dedicated too – it’s a lot of stress and you won’t have much spare time.

What has been your biggest business challenge? Working with the tax man. It’s so important to take the time out to manage your finances. You aren’t taught about this at school but everyone should be. Anyone thinking of going into business should do their research before they set-up.

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Michelle Mone Words : Jessica F ogarty

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Founder of international lingerie brand, Ultimo, Michelle Mone is one of the UK’s most successful female entrepreneurs. The award-winning ‘Bra Queen’, who has built her success on determination, self-belief and hard work, has been voted as Britain’s Number One most powerful woman in business by Glamour magazine as well as receiving an OBE from The Queen in recognition of her services to UK business. The Student Mag catches up with the leading lady when she stops off in Sheffield for MADE 2014… Was being an entrepreneur always your life ambition? Yes but I don’t know how it happened. I grew up in the East End of Glasgow and I left school with no qualifications, but somehow I became the founder of one of the UK’s biggest lingerie brands. I’m a born leader though – at ten years old, I got my first job doing a paper round. By age 11 I had 17 teenagers working for me and I’d pay them a wage but I’d make a profit on each round. Soon after I got a job in a shoe shop, then I took a job at a sweet shop for 15p extra per hour. I just wanted to make as much money as possible. When did the dream of becoming a successful entrepreneur become a reality? At school I was told “there’s no way you’ll be able to do it because you’re dyslexic”, but I’m a big believer that if you have a can-do attitude, you can achieve anything. My mum once said to me “Think big and big things will happen” – it’s a motto I stick to in life. I was married at 18 and I had my first baby at 19 – that’s when I knew it was time to get a real job, to set an example to my kids. One night at a friend’s dinner party, I was sat at the table feeling so uncomfortable in my bra and that was when the idea came to me – I would create a good fitting bra that balanced comfort with cleavage. Everyone doubted me but I was determined. “What do you know about bras” they asked me. My reply was: “I have a pair of tits”. I got in £480k debt but I knew my brand would be big. I tested my inventions on my flat chested family members – my Auntie Joan was so flat we called

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her Uncle Joan, but she had a cleavage up to her neck with my bra. The next big step was to impress the retailers. I took my bra to Selfridges buying office in London and forced their head buyer to try it on. After some persuasion she did, and she loved it. They bought six months’ worth of stock and it sold out in six hours. They’d not seen sales like that since the launch of Furbies one Christmas.

using them. I should have trusted my instinct because some time after they stole 1.8 million from me and ten months’ worth of stock. I lost everything and hit a low point in life. But after a long hard struggle to get investment from the bank, I came back fighting. I got support from HSBC and launched 15 new bra inventions including the lowest-back-bra, a backless and a frontless.

What have been your biggest career challenges? I scan people when I meet them and put a barcode on their back-sides, so to speak. When I met my distributors there was something about them that made me uneasy but my husband talked me in to

How did you cope, being catapulted in to the media spotlight? I’ve been told I always come across confident when I’m speaking in front of the cameras or at a public conference but it’s all an act. I throw-up before every

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good example of this is using celebrity brand ambassadors. I made good friends with Rod Stewart following my time spent at business parties and I made his new girlfriend at the time, Penny Lancaster, the face of Ultimo for a campaign shoot. We had a wee fallout shortly after and quite controversially I signed his exwife Rachel Hunter as her replacement. It was a genius PR stunt that grabbed £1 billion in media coverage. Business is business. How has Ultimo changed you as a person? I’m a much stronger person following everything I’ve been through. As well as financial issues, I’ve faced a lot of personal challenges during my career. My husband had an affair with my designer and for some unknown reason, he had a one per cent higher share in the business than me. He tried to fire me and take over my company but I fought and fought until I retained ownership. It was an emotional rollercoaster – I’d been with this man since I was 17 years old. I also put on 8st running Ultimo – I went from a size 10 to size 22. I was eating six meals per day and hiding cakes to snack on. I couldn’t even wear my own designs of pants because I was too big. It was thanks to Rachel Hunter that I lost 8st1lb – she told me to treat my body like a business – and it worked. I ran for seven miles every day until I felt confident enough to do my own Ultimo photo shoot. I wanted to inspire other women and show them how you can get back your confidence.

speech. I’ve had ups and downs with the media. I got £54 million in press coverage for the launch of Ultimo – through just one campaign – so I have a lot to thank them for. I’ve also had some great TV opportunities – I took part in 71 Degrees North which was the best experience – and Celebrity Masterchef where I made it to the final. You must have some big decisions to make, singlehandedly? You have to constantly think ahead or competitors will creep up on you. PR stunts help to gain media attention that will keep you in the spotlight. A

From your experience in business, what advice would you offer budding entrepreneurs? One: Innovation is key – you need that point of difference. Two: Work the hardest you can work and play the hardest you can play. Three: Always try to give something back. I raised £700k in one night recently at our biggest ever catwalk show and donated all of the money to charity. It’s been a whirlwind journey. What’s next for you? I don’t plan to slow down yet. I’ve launched my own brand of fake tan and we’re opening 12 stores in the next four months. I plan to take the brand around the world.

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Student Mag meets music man and food revolutionary, Levi Roots.

How would you describe yourself ? I’m the Rasta man who goes around telling people to make something of themselves. Who inspires you? Bob Marley and my Nan. She taught me everything I know about food. Where did the idea come from for your Reggae Reggae sauce? I knew there was a niche for Caribbean food served in the UK. My Nan taught me an amazing relish recipe but I thought it would taste better in liquid form – so I created a sauce and wrote a song about it – “it’s so nice I had to name it twice”. I travelled to every food market in London with my guitar and sauce in hand. Did you ever imagine the sauce would become world famous? I always aspired to outsell Tomato Ketchup. What’s the craziest thing you’ve ever done? Going on Dragon’s Den. My kids begged me not to go on the show, but I ignored them. They were worried I would embarrass them. I remember being stood there singing my song thinking “shit, I wonder if they like me”, then glancing up and seeing the short rich Australian guy doing what I like to call a white man’s jig – some sort of un-rhythmic dance move. That’s when I thought “Phew, they like me”. I finger-picked my way into the Dragon’s hearts and won £50,000 investment from Peter Jones and Richard Farleigh. How has the Reggae Reggae sauce brand

developed? It’s come a long way – the brand is now worth over £60 million and we offer more than 50 products. Not bad to say I left school in Jamaica age 11 not even able to spell my own name. We’re launching in restaurants soon too – including Sheffield, so watch out! Tell us a random fact about you? My birth name is Keith but I definitely don’t look like a Keith. It suits a white Scottish man not a big black Jamaican man with dreadlocks. I came up with the name of Levi Roots because it suits me. What’s next for you? I’ve got some new music in the pipeline. I’ve been singing that damn Reggae Reggae sauce song for seven years now man. My new music goes back to my roots – the style of music I performed pre ReggaeReggae. I’ll be releasing a new album as well as two upcoming singles. What’s your secret to success? I’ve built my empire by just being me. Usually when you see a black man on screen, he’s either kicking a ball or running fast. If you want to do something, do it but keep your feet firmly on the ground. I’m still silly old Levi – I don’t say anything or do anything differently. I still live where I’ve always lived and talk to the same people. I have all the things around me that inspired me at the start. What advice would you give to budding entrepreneurs? Hard work is what makes cash.

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state champs. the acoustic things ep. Hailed as the finest debut pop punk record in recent memory, State Champs burst onto the scene with their 2013 album ‘The Finer Things’ and received rave reviews from all over. The New York fivepiece are back with a follow up EP that treats fans to a stripped-down, more personal sound featuring acoustic re-workings of five tracks from ‘The Finer Things’ as well as two brand new tracks. Frontman Derek Discanio’s voice is an instrument in its own right as he showcases his range on the first track, ‘Elevated’. He muses on crumbling relationships and words left unsaid, revealing the

vulnerability in his voice before launching into a gravelly roar for the chorus. With the guitars unplugged, the band have turned to delicate piano arrangements and vocal harmonies - the end product is a soft, mature sound. State Champs have not, however, abandoned the energetic, punchy hooks that made their last album so successful. Instead, they slow down catchy fan-favourites like ‘Deadly Conversation’ and ‘Simple Existence’, letting each layer build to a crescendo before Discanio’s belting voice brings the track home. The two brand new songs, ‘Leave

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You in the Dark’ and ‘If I’m Lucky’, benefit from the extra time that the band have had to grow since the release of ‘The Finer Things’. If there is one criticism to be made from listening to ‘The Acoustic Things’, it is that the five older tracks rely too heavily on clumsy and clichéd lyricism – but it is encouraging to see growth in the two final tracks. ‘Leave You in the Dark’ is a beautifully constructed song that displays the band’s ability to stray from the pop punk formula with deft guitar picking and subtle synth arrangements. A year on from their last musical output, State Champs look to be on course to win over plenty of new fans.

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THE VAMPS. GIG REVIEW. They’re set to become the next big British boy band to take the industry by storm. But what sets this fresh-faced-foursome apart from the competition? Their hearty guitar-pop and youthful lyrics has caught the attention of hundreds of thousands of teenage girls across the world. In fact, just two years after the launch of the band, the boys have already embarked on their first UK tour, kicking off in our very own Sheffield City Hall. The venue was packed with screaming teens, and the noise was near to deafening as they walked out on stage. Opening with

Wild Heart – one of the band’s first singles which they originally released on their YouTube channel – the audience were up on their feet dancing and singing from the word go. The Vamps formed after the band members found one another via their respective YouTube channels. Guitarist James McVey, 21, approached singer Bradley Simpson, 20, and the pair began writing songs together. They tracked down Tristan Evans, 21, after watching the audition tape which helped him make the final of a national competition for aspiring drummers in 2010, and bassist Connor Ball, 19, joined later in the year. The band have a lot to thank their

fans for, and they made an effort throughout the show to connect with the audience by introducing themselves individually and sharing their stories of what it’s like to be a part of The Vamps. Each member showcased their individual talents and personalities including a rock star moment from drummer Tristan Evans who performed an impressive drum solo. Being a boy band sceptic, personally I was shocked at the talent each member of The Vamps possesses. They all perform vocals and play various instruments. At one point the lead vocalist, Brad Simpson performed a word perfect vocal whilst playing the drums. With their new single, Oh Cecilia, rising up the charts and a triple win at the BBC Radio One Teen awards in October, The Vamps are set to stay on the path of success.

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rise against. After 15 years in the industry together with six albums under the belt, the punk rock foursome hailing from Chicago, Illinois, are coming to Sheffield on 3rd November 2014. Largely known for their advocacy of progressive organisations such as Amnesty International, PETA, and It Gets Better Project, these guys know where they stand morally and politically. It is this firm knowledge of who they are that has enabled them to generate album sales of over four million across their last four releases, turning them into one of the most respected and revered punk rock bands on the planet. These guys have come a long way since their formation in 1999 under the name Transistor Revolt 26 | Stu-Mag

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and now they have the chance to wow the audience of the O2 Academy. Critics describe their sound as melodic hardcore, punk rock and hardcore punk. However, their newest album The Black Market shows that they are more than just any other hardcore/ punk band in their ability to create songs that are both catchy and are meaningful. The guys are sure to play some of their older crowd pleasing classics like Prayer of the Refugee, Re-Education (Through Labour) and Saviour but also be ready to be wowed by some new material from their latest album. Standout tracks include Tragedy & Time¸ and Beautiful Indifference that show some great melodic guitar riffs as well as their aggressive, in your face sound that they are known for.

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Enter Shikari. The new highly anticipated album from Enter Shikari - The Mindsweep - is set for release in January 2015. It’s been three long years in the making, but those three years will probably feel substantially shorter for Rou, Rory, Rob and Chris, as their band have been on a whirlwind world tour that has seen them play 153 shows in 27 countries, as well as many festival slots. Whilst their last album, ‘A Flash Flood of Colour’, was a highly politicised call-to-arms aimed at combatting the apathy endemic in the youth of modern Britain, so far the band have been tightlipped about the new album’s theme. Lead singer Rou Reynolds has, however, given fans a sneak preview of the musical direction that the band have taken: “We pushed ourselves vocally with some of the rawest, angriest vocals we’ve ever done as well as some of the most dulcet and delicate. It’s even more diverse than normal as we’ve built more confidence and fearlessness to widen our influences further. Melody and aggression will always be an important side of what we do, but with this album there was also a concerted effort to concentrate on texture too. Alongside the core of our guitar, bass, drums, electronics

set-up, there’s so much new instrumentation and orchestration. Writing for and recording woodwind, brass and strings was so rewarding and really felt like it brought a new dimension to the music.” It will come as no surprise to fans that Enter Shikari are trying out new styles in search of an evolved sound. Ever since their 2007 debut - the Gold certified ‘Take to the Skies’ - the band have experimented with a range of instrumentation and genres including post-hardcore, metalcore, dubstep and trance. With the inclusion of typically orchestral instruments, we can expect a

grandiose epic of an album from a band who have rarely disappointed in either musical output or work ethic. The band have announced a European and UK tour that will kick off in January, reaching British shores on 16th February in Portsmouth. Unfortunately the band are yet to set a date in Sheffield, but you can catch them in Cardiff, Wolverhampton, Manchester, Glasgow, Middlesbrough, Cambridge, Norwich or London. Tickets and pre-orders are available from the band’s website now. www.entershikari.com

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The Hunger Games

film previews

Mockingjay Pt 1

out 20th NOVEMber The games are over and Jennifer Lawrence as Katniss Everdeen returns as the Hunger Games franchise reaches its stunning climax in this third feature film. Revolution against the Capitol is led by Everdeen but is she truly strong enough to become its ‘mockingjay’ (poster child to you and I)? Adapted from Suzanne Collins’ bestselling trilogy and directed by Francis Lawrence, the stakes become higher than ever bringing us another film with high tension and fast paced action.

national theatre live encore: frankenstein out 30th October Starring Benedict Cumberbatch and Jonny Lee Miller, this 2011 Danny Boyle stage production of Mary Shelley’s classic Gothic tale returns to the screen due to popular demand. Dr. Frankenstein hones his abilities in science and galvanism, leading to the creation of what he deems a monstrous ‘wretch’. An innocent creation shunned by his creator and society, the creature questions the nature of life itself whilst pursuing his creator and demanding answers. A modern take on a classic novel described as ‘the most viscerally exciting and stunning show in town’ by The Daily Telegraph. 30 | Stu-Mag

the imitation game out 14th november Based on the real life story of the legendary cryptanalyst- Alan Turing, this wartime thrillerbrought to us by director Morten Tyldum- follows the tense race against time for Turing (Benedict Cumberbatch) and his team of code-breakers during some of the darkest days of WWII to crack the code of Nazi German encrypted messages. Turing is remembered as one of the men who significantly shortened the length of the war but the film also follows issues of his personal life, including his unhappy boarding school years and later persecution by the British establishment. Other notable actors include Kiera Knightley and Matthew Goode.

The Vatican Museums in 3D out 18th NOVEMber Antonia Paolucci’s mega production is brought to you by a team of professionals

who explored all the nooks and crannies of the Vatican to bring you something very special. Extensive night time footage of some of the rarest pieces of art of all time come to the cinema in stunning 3D detail. This highly advanced 3D filming thrusts viewers right into the location allowing you to get a true feel of the atmosphere of these Vatican museums as well great visuals of artefacts such as the classical sculptures by Michelangelo to the modern paintings of da Vinci and Giotto.

Hockney: Live from LA out 25th november This is an exclusive preview to a definitive documentary revolving around the hugely influential British seminal artist David Hockney followed by a live Q&A session. This is an intimate account of the personal life and career of the unconventional charismatic artist, who had never opened up fully to the press. We learn about his rise from a working class Bradford upbringing to Hollywood success, as well as how he overcame some of the obstacles he faced as an openly gay artist in the spotlight.


Books

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Girl Online

By Zoe Sugg AKA Zoella. out 25th Nov. The stunning debut romance novel by 24 year old Brighton blogging sensation Zoella. You may recognise the name if you are into fashion, lifestyle and beauty blogging and now she is showing us her other talents in a novel about…a blogger! Protagonist Penny writes about boys, school dramas, her mad family and being whisked away to New York, where she meets the gorgeous guitar playing Noah. Every moment of her falling for Noah is captured in her blog, however, Noah has a secret with the potential to be disastrous and blow Penny’s cover and ruin one of her closest friendships.

Yes Please

by Amy Poehler. out 6th Nov. This is Poehler’s highly anticipated first book and within, she offers up a plethora of juicy personal stories, funny bits on sex, love, friendship and parenthood as well as some real life advice (arguable as to how useful this advice may be!). Not your traditional story with a beginning, middle and end. Amy offers a selection of

ideas, essays, anecdotes, lists and poetry to express the charming and charismatic personality that made her one of the favourites on American TV show Saturday Night Live.

Foxglove Summer by Ben Aaronovitch. out 11th Nov.

The fifth book in the Peter Grant series. Grant is a cop, magical apprentice, and a Londoner to the core. He is forced out into the countryside village of Herefordshire to solve a case concerning the disappearance of children which appears to involve a supernatural element. Grant soon finds himself deep in this mysterious case, having to deal with locals who are not attuned to his London way of doing things and reluctant to admit that anything supernatural may have anything to do with the case. Grant proves that whilst you can take the copper out of London, you can’t take the London out of the copper.

Revival

by Stephen King. out 11th Nov. A dark and electrifying novel about addiction, fanaticism, and what might exist on the other side of life. Set in the early 60s in a small New England town, a young boy, Jamie Morton

meets Charles Jacobs and they soon forge a deep bond based on their shared fascination with electrical experiments. The novel spans five decades and explores their changing situations and relationships. Jamie becomes an addict whilst Charles is a successful showman on stage and their bond becomes something that goes beyond even the Devil’s devising. Written in the great American tradition of Edgar Allen Poe, Frank Norris and Nathaniel Hawthorne, Jamie discovers that revival has many meanings…

The Moral Case For Fossil Fuels by Alex Epstein. out 13th Nov.

Myth: Fossil fuels are hurting the developing world. Truth: Fossil fuels are the key to improving the quality of life for billions of people in the developing world. If we withhold them, access to clean water plummets, and life expectancy drops significantly. Fossil fuels are easy to misunderstand and demonise… Could everything we know about fossil fuels be wrong? Epstein highlights the faults of the arguments we have been taught to believe unquestionably. Using cutting edge research, Epstein foregrounds this point of view to support his notion that society has a moral obligation to continue using these wellestablished power sources. Stu-Mag | 31


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Sheffield s best international restaurants... To satisfy the taste buds of all cultures, Sheffield has a vast array of restaurants mushroomed all over the city offering overseas students a taste of home; and British students a more exotic experience. Did you know? Sheffield is an international city housing two universities with students coming from more than a hundred different countries. Here’s our pick of the four most student-friendly venues offering home-style-cooking… Words: Jiaqi Xu

Sunshine on your plate. Mediterranean Grill: EFES, 278-280 Glossop Rd. Grill is an important cooking method in Mediterranean countries. You may have experienced a kebab wrap on the way home from a night out, but why not sit down for some proper Turkish and Greek grill? The lamb dish, greek souvlaki and moussaka will certainly remind you of the Mediterranean sunshine. Lunch menu is available between 11am-5pm, with prices starting from £3.50.

The Great British Pie. The Old House, 113-117 Devonshire St. The Old House is an English pub, but please don’t assume that fish & chips is the only option for food. Instead, they offer homemade, fresh and delicious ‘pies of the day’ with a filling of your choice – chicken, beef, pork or mushroom pies served with chips, mushy peas and gravy. Priced at £7.95, this dish is sure to satisfy.

Japanese Sushi. Sushi Express, 8 Milton St. Fancy some delicate Japanese sushi? Then this is the right place to go. Sushi Express offers a wide range of nigiri, maki, sashimi and donburi – all of which are prepared by experienced and authentic Japanese chefs. Takeaway is available and the lunch menu is priced at £4.90 including miso soup or salad with a main dish. We recommend you try the salmon nigiri and assorted sashimi. Heavenly.

Spice up your life. The Great Gatsby, 73-75 Division St. Time to move away from your hard university work and reward yourself with a filling Mexican-style burrito at £7. If your stomach fancies spice and flavour, then tacos with avocado sauce are definitely worth a try. And, if you’ve still some room, try the churros with a hot chocolate dip as dessert – a classic combination!

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Fancy dining out in style but on a student budget? We know just the place! Marco’s New York Italian Diner have launched their new express lunch menu – Marco In Minutes – offering two-courses for £8.95 Monday to Friday, 12pm-3pm. Bargain, hey? We thought so given the hefty portion sizes served. For starters, we opted for the loaded potato skins – two crispy half potatoes filled with melted cheese and crispy bacon pieces. Just the carb fix we needed on a cold Thursday lunch. There’s also the choice of soup of the day or nachos with all the trimmings. Choosing a main course was a bigger challenge – take your pick from a classic American or cheese burger; an Italian flat bread with a choice of three toppings; pasta dishes including a meatball bake, mac and cheese or tagliateli picante; or if you’re counting your calories ahead of the festive season, choose from a caprese or grilled chicken salad. I opted for the bbq chicken flatbread – a long, thin and crispy hickory bbq base topped with red onion, mozzarella and grilled chicken. My dinner date opted for the penne meatball bake – Italian meatballs baked in a tomato sauce with penne pasta and parmesan. With little room to move, we passed on dessert but there is a tempting choice of naughty but nice dishes on the menu plus teas and coffees. Impressively, the two-course express lunch was ordered, served and devoured in under 45 minutes, giving us enough time to get back to the office in our one hour lunch break. So whether you’re munching between lectures or looking for somewhere impressive to show-off Sheffield to your family and friends when they visit you at Uni – dine in style without splashing the cash at Marco’s.

MARCO’S MO-BURGER

This November, Marco’s Sheffield are launching a special Mo-Burger in support of Movember. The restaurant will donate £1 from every Mo-burger meal sold to the Movember Foundation, a charity which raises awareness about men’s health including prostate and testicular cancer. Customers could also add a side of monion rings, garlic mo-shrooms or moyannaise. And to accompany the meal why not enjoy a lovely bottle of morlot, cos- mopolitan or mo-jito. Those who want a soft drink can of course go for a le-mo-nade or J2-mo. On sale from November 1. Words : Jessica Fogarty

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SHEFFIELD STUDENT DIGS Words: Jessica Fogarty

We know it’s only been a couple of months since you moved into this year’s student digs; but if you want to live in the best student hotspots next year, you need to start looking for accommodation now - as the popular properties will be snapped up fast!

FRESHER’S ADVICE Moving out of halls of residence into a private let property for the first time can, for some, be a daunting task. So we’re here to offer a helping hand…

EVICTION EXPLAINEd This is an unlikely scenario, but if you are faced with eviction, for whatever reason, then make sure you know the procedure. Your landlord cannot give you the boot without notice – there is legal framework in place that must be adhered to – which protects tenants. You must legally be given written notice which should allow time for you to find replacement accommodation. www.shelter.org.uk / 0808 800 4444

IMPROMPTU VISITS You may be wondering, and rightly so, why your landlord has his/ her own set of keys and can let themselves into the property you’re renting. Well they do own it so they should be able to come and go as they please, right? Wrong. If your tenancy agreement is an assured shorthold (the most common type) then you have the right not to be disturbed without prior notice. Landlords usually give at least 24 hours’ notice before visiting so you won’t be caught by surprise while you’re hosting your annual naked house party. Phew!

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DEPOSIT DESCREPENCIES Be sure to check your deposit is being held in an official account (not in your landlord’s back pocket). According to the Government’s Tenancy Deposit Scheme (TDP), landlords have to adhere to one of three independent Government schemes which safely hold your deposit. www.gov.uk

MONEY MATTERS Most private landlords will ask for a deposit prior to moving in to your new shiny house. This is usually equivalent to your first month’s rent. If it’s drastically more – you should be questioning why!


BROOMHILL Full of big beautiful student houses, you and your student friends can all live harmoniously together forever. Plus you have a good pick of restaurants, pubs and quirky independant shops. Just a short ride from the city, you will find yourself on the number 51 bus as often as you are in your house.

ECCLESALL One of Sheffield’s most famous streets, you could literally eat out at a different venue every night of the year – if that’s how you choose to spend your student loan. A mix of young professionals and students fill this street, which is bustling every night of the week.

CITY CENTRE If you’re not a fan of public transport or using your legs, then opt for a city centre property. It’s a busting place to be with all of the bars, restaurants and shops right on your doorstep. However, if you settle here, your Sheffield bubble will only ever span a three mile radius.

CROOKeSMOOR Packed with students thanks to its close proximity to the city centre, there are all of the local conveniences you need plus Crookes Valley Park is perfect for lounging around – take a picnic and ‘revise’.

LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION. The earlier you start your property search, the more chance you have of securing a property in a desirable student area.

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- Indie Arcade Based in the industrial settings of Shalesmoor, The Nichols Building is like a hidden gem nestled amongst factories and abandoned warehouses, yet venture inside and you will discover the Aladdin’s cave that is TNB Indie Arcade. WO R D S : ABBY RO S E

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Spanning the ground floor of The Nichols Building, the family-run emporium is owned by Gill Wilson and ran with her daughter Mollie, home to a host of boutiques selling everything from vintage clothes to vinyls and retro toys. TNB Indie Arcade also offers semi-permanent cosmetic tattooing inside a 1970s caravan, a tea room cafe upstairs, a salvage yard round the back and a workshop downstairs where beautiful upcycled furniture is created as well as a brand of jewellery know as ‘Teawear’, made from antique Sheffield cutlery. Amongst the upcycled furniture sits a traditional gypsy cart which has been crafted into a chair, nearby a gorgeous table made from wooden scaffold and the legs of an industrial sewing machine. “We buy and sell absolutely anything and everything”, says owner Gill, “my favourite was a stuffed piranha. We’ve got a church pulpit in at the moment too.” Whether you come down to hunt out a rare treasure, go for a panini upstairs, or are thinking about becoming an independent


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Contact seller, TNB Indie Arcade have it covered. They are always on the lookout for new traders, so if you’re interested in setting up your own shop then get in touch! You can hire a shelf from as little as £5 a month, right up to larger cabinets for £150; your space within the arcade is flexible and can be set up to suit you.

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h Sheffield street fashion Words: ailsa campbell

Flexibility remains key to your wardrobe in the coming months to ensure you’re prepared for whatever the British weather might throw at you. Here are a few students we spotted doing it just right on our very own Sheffield streets. Who said students weren’t fashionable?

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Name: sohrab Studying: msc information science

Name: caitlin Age: 20 Studying: illustration

Name: kate Age: 19 Studying: law

Sohrab has hit the nail on the head with his slim-fitting, lined burgundy jacket. Deep, strong colours help to give outfits a burst of warmth which is totally seasonal. Teamed with pale skinny jeans and smart sports shoes, he makes keeping out the chills look easy! Having a staple coat which can be dressed up or down is an utter must to make sure your autumn wardrobe remains affordable as well as on-trend.

Caitlin’s dark brown corduroy jacket adds a vintage twist, livened up by its bright sleeves. Don’t underestimate the power of denim in autumn either – thick tights with a denim skirt has always been a timeless classic, and ASOS seem to be backing the thighlength variety this year. Combine classic pieces with on-trend items to ensure you’re never lagging behind, all without having to replace your entire wardrobe each time trends change.

High-waisted jeans with a skinny belt look like they’re sticking around, and Kate’s oversized woolly tartan scarf makes a statement whilst also making a lovely and warm addition. Never underestimate the power of a dramatic scarf; they can totally lift and tie together an outfit – imagine what a bright rug does to a room. Turned-up jeans look great paired with low-slung flat shoes too (if you can stand the breeze!). For a warmer option try a pair of brightly-coloured boots that can handle the northern drizzle.


Name: tello Studying: Chemical Engineering

Name: melanie Age: 23 Studying: pgce secondary science

Name: claire Age: 20 Studying: Fine Art & Philosophy

We might think Sheffield’s cold but it A Barbour jacket sits probably feels tropical perfectly over Melanie’s to visiting Dundonians. smart, figure-flattering Claire’s gorgeous blast grey dress and dark of sunny yellow under shoes, adding an her straight-cut woollen element of country chic coat proves you don’t to an already elegant, have to sacrifice all of professional-looking your mood-boosting outfit. A big handbag summery colours to the provides the finishing colder climes. A variety touch and has the added of layers and textures bonus of fashionably in this outfit make it concealing all the scruffy pleasing to the eye, and bits of paper and battered the grape-coloured folders you need to boots compliment the cart about. A worthy blouse perfectly whilst investment and a perfect being practical at the receptacle for storing same time. Neutralextra emergency layers coloured coats makes in case of a sudden chill, an easily repeatable why not pick out a hardy wardrobe item, offering winter bag that’ll last you an occasional advantage for years to come? over more colourful outerwear.

Mastering smart-casual, Tello’s fitted Next turn-up trousers and grey v-neck contrast expertly with his bright, ribbon-bedecked camel loafers, giving the outfit an alternative hint and complimenting its muted colours. As we bid farewell to bare arms, it’s important to make sure you’ve got a few versatile long-sleeved tops on hand to avoid goosebumps – here, we have an example of the merits of having a well-fitted one.

Name: josie Age: 22 Studying: biochemistry Josie’s coat – which she found in a charity shop – proves you don’t have to fork out to find some fashionable winter warmth. The splash of colour at the top makes it unique without being too loud, looking perfect with thick tights and sturdy boots. The advantage of large fits such as this is that you can pile up layers beneath them or take them off if it takes a turn for the warm. If you’re patient enough to rummage, charity shops can be the perfect cheap and environmentallyfriendly way of shopping, and they can turn up some absolute gems. You’ll never risk wearing the same thing as someone else, either.

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? k n i h t u o y t a h w s u l l e T What has been your biggest regret as a student? What advice would you give to new freshers in Sheffield? Where would you tell new freshers to go in Sheffield?

“My biggest regret is kissing my flatmate. That rarely goes down well…”

Mike, 19, Sheffield Hallam uni

“Immerse yourself! Be open to anything and everything, there’s so much on offer in Sheffield.”

“I had no sleep after a night out and went into a seminar still drunk. My tutor definitely disapproved.”

Rebecca, 21, Sheffield Hallam uni

“Enjoy yourself. Don’t be afraid to get involved.”

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Jemma, 20, Uni of Sheffield

“Sheffield has a massive underground warehouse scene. Places like the Night Kitchen and Hope Works are good for anyone really into their DJs.”

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“Going out on the lash with your tutors is quite surreal. Just shows how laidback and fun uni life is, though!”

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Gaming

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Alien: Isolation

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With his otherworldly perception, keen intellect, smug charisma and intriguing idiosyncrasies, it’s fair to say that the appeal of playing as Sherlock Holmes, the world’s greatest fictional detective, is a compelling one. Happily then, buoyed by years of experience in crafting games that focus on the exploits of the legendary detective, Crimes and Punishments resolutely stands as the most accomplished and polished take on the Baker Street. The game picks up nearly as soon as the first case is underway with the emphasis that each clue you inspect, each thought you have, each and every witness you speak to, can drastically change the outcome the player will reach as they proceed. While each case has one definite guilty party which is supposed to be the proper outcome, the game doesn’t slam the wrong outcome in your face. In fact, at the end of each case you have the option to see if who you pinned the charges on was the right one or not, and it plays out nicely as an optional spoiler if you wish. At the end of the first case I thought I had the charges pinned on the right person. I thought it couldn’t possibly be anyone else with all the evidence at hand... I was wrong. The game doesn’t tell you who the guilty party is however, it will just tell you if you were right or wrong. From then on, I resisted the urge to see if I was right or not, opting instead to press on because, after all, Sherlock wouldn’t have that luxury of seeing if he was wrong or not just by looking at a sheet of paper when the case is closed. Overall this is one of the best Sherlock Holmes games made in a long time, the game will take quite a while to complete as you need to examine all the evidence to ascertain who the killer is. I would give it a strong 8/10.

Alien: Isolation radiates dread due, in part, to its recognition of what made Alien so terrifying in the first place. The game is set on the Sevastopol (a space station in a state of total collapse through bureaucratic meddling) amongst a desperate crew, rogue ‘Working Joe’ androids, and whispers of a lurking predator. You play as Amanda Ripley, the daughter of Alien’s famous protagonist, in search of answers about the events on the Nostromo 15 years prior and determined to discover her mother’s fate. In a brave move, for the first hour the alien is largely absent, which ratchets up the tension and gives the stellar sound design and lighting engine its time to shine. But when it does show? It’s beautifully terrifying. You’ll eventually gather resources for crafting devices and find weapons that fend off the alien or divert its attention to the other hostile inhabitants of the ship, but it remains impervious to any lasting harm. After death you’ll have learnt a little more about your opposition, but its dynamic AI ensures no encounter is the same with spawn points and patrol paths differing on each new gauntlet run. It’s an exhilarating feeling getting past that final locked door and scrambling for the fleeting safety of an elevator, knowing that the dot on the franchises’ signature motion tracker is closing in on your position. Alien Isolation is an unforgiving experience, but one that stays true to its origins by recreating the feel, look and atmosphere of its source material. At between 15-20 hours on a normal play-through the game begins to waver in focus towards the closing stages. Yet for those moments spent anxiously peering between the grates of a locker at a scouring embodiment of sheer horror, Alien: Isolation finally gives the video game world a definitive interpretation of the Alien mythos. Overall I would say this is a great game although I’d give it a 7/10 as it can get quite repetitive.

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New apps for november 2014

Swype

whosampled pocketdrive Price: Free

Price: Free

Android users will scoff at this entry as Swype has been available to them since… well a very long time. Apple’s new iOS 8 has finally granted iPhone users the ability to use third party keyboards and Swype have stepped in with an app that means you’ll never have to lift a finger again (sort of). As you drag your thumb from key to key, Swype recognises the letters that you’re inputting by tracking the changes in direction. It doesn’t look much different from the standard iPhone keyboard and so won’t spoil the clean, tidy look.

Sometimes holding down a conversation about new music can feel more like a competition than a pleasant bit of socialising. The charts are chock full of sampleheavy dance music at the moment, and ever since hip-hop began way back with Afrika Bambaata, musicians have made an artform of appropriating snippets of other songs. Available on the App Store since 2012, WhoSampled is now available to Android users as well. To make things better it no longer costs the £2 that Apple users have had to fork out.

This Apple exclusive app turns your iPhone or iPad into a wireless USB stick. So long as you are within range of an internet connection, it will connect your device with your computer, allowing you to transfer files to and fro. The interface is user-friendly and very easy to navigate, whilst the tutorials are comprehensive. The only catch is that you have to pay to increase the size of your Pocket Drive - the standard download only allows 250MB of files, however, it only costs £1.49 to upgrade to 4GB.

Price: £0.69

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Student Housing

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The rumours are true! The Style Bar has expanded to open a sister salon, The Nail Bar. Based at Blenheim Reach, the Sheffield venue is now a hair and beauty hotspot offering a luxurious and relaxing pampering experience in a unique and sinfully glamourous location. If you’ve already visited The Style Bar – Sheffield’s first dedicated blow-out bar – which opened its doors last spring, then you’ll know the standard to expect. Be treated like a princess, no less, as you step up to the gold thrones that dominate the pedicure treatment area. There’s also a sleek nail bar where each technician has their own station offering express and luxury manicures from £14, plus acrylics, gel (Gelish and OPI), SNS and nail art extras. Most impressive is the Christian Louboutin polish – The Nail Bar is the only salon in Sheffield, if not the North of England, to stock and apply the polish. Each customer also receives a complimentary glass of Prosecco with any treatment and their very own sterile pack of treatment tools. A fully-qualified make-up artist is also located on site, offering full or part make-overs using MAC cosmetics, plus waxing is performed in a private treatment room.


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BEAUTY B OXX I I THE STUDI O A CA D EMY

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e love discovering the hidden treasures of Sheffield, and this is definitely one of them! Beauty Boxx opened its doors in May this year; an independent salon specialising in beauty and massage treatments. Part of The Studio Academy – a Sheffield training school for budding hairdressers and beauty therapists – the salon is tucked away on level five of Canada House boasting skyline views of the city centre. There’s an air of exclusivity as you step out of the lift and in to the contemporary and bright salon space. You feel a million miles away from the busy shopping streets below. Run by Helen Pass – a fully qualified beauty therapist, holistic therapist and sports masseuse with more than 15 years industry experience – Beauty Boxx offers all types of massage, facials, manicures, pedicures, waxing, tanning and make-up. I booked in for a back massage and facial – a 25 minute relaxing Swedish massage using firm but gentle techniques to alleviate stress and tension while leaving 60 | Stu-Mag

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you feeling refreshed and revitalised. I followed this with a Dermalogica express facial which featured a pre cleanse, second derma cleanse, a skin prep scrub – a vigorous exfoliation massage then a multi-vitamin power recovery repair mask was applied. Various massage techniques featured throughout the facial but the scalp massage was a firm favourite. Prices are competitive too – It’s a luxury salon experience but without the high-end salon price-tag. Massages start from £18.50 and facials from £25. While at the Beauty Boxx, why not pop next door to The Studio Academy and enquire about being a hair model? Every week, the academy invites the general public to the salon for training – prices start from as little as £8.50 for a cut and finish. Follow Beauty Boxx on Facebook or Twitter to keep up to date with their offers and Christmas promotions.

Beauty Boxx 5th Floor Canada House 11 Commercial Street Sheffield, S1 2AT 0114 272 2535 www.beautyboxxsheffield.weebly.com


The teeth straightening specialists Now that’s something to smile about. We are now offering discounted orthodontic treatment for students.

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Winter workout Word s: rad ek kaias

To avoid your fitness regime going into hibernation this winter, health and fitness expert Radek Kalas has some top tips to survive the post summer lull and be as fit as ever through ‘til Christmas. With the change of season it can be easy to start skipping workouts and cheat on diets, “it’s too dark” or “it’s too cold” become the mantra of the quitters. “We have less than two months to go before the party season gets underway, which is a great motivator for people – but it’s staying the course that’s the hard part,” says Radek Kalas.

5. Don’t forget to stay hydrated Just because it isn’t bright sunshine you still have to make sure to stay hydrated. It’s imperative to drink plenty before during and after your workout. Drink a pint of water about an hour before you start and keep a bottle with you during your workout and drink about half a pint after you’ve finished. 62 | Stu-Mag

1. Work outside Working out in cold weather will burn more calories as your body has to use more energy to stay warm. You’ll boost your immune system and avoid annoying colds by getting your body accustomed to the falling temperatures.

4. Focus on your goals and stay motivated Focus on your goals, don’t skip a workout; you have to push through the barrier. The first weeks of cold weather and dark nights are always the hardest but when you get used to the conditions the effort you make will be worth it in the end.

2. Wear sweat proof layers When working out outdoors during the cold it’s important to keep your muscles warm to get maximum results and avoid strains and pulls. However there’s nothing worse than overheating and sweat pooling in your clothes so get some sweat proof equipment so you can layer up and work out in comfort.

3. Exercise at work/home Your body goes into fat storing mode during the autumn and winter so doing small workouts at home and at work can help shed the pounds – get out your fitness DVD’s, or do ten minutes of exercise every hour while you’re at home, walk or jog to work, use the stairs instead of lifts.

For more health and nutrition advice or if you want more details on how to get in shape, contact Radek Kalas: www.bodytransformerbootcamp.co.uk Body Transformer Bootcamp | 19 Valley Road unit 108 | Sheffield, S8 9FT


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Mrs X

We pulled up in front of one of the biggest houses I had ever seen. The driver wound down his window and pressed the intercom button with a white gloved finger. “Hello?” a female voice crackled through the intercom. “It’s just us, Maggie.” Michael said, and the front gates buzzed open. He drove us slowly up a magnificent winding driveway. When the car stopped, Drake jumped out of the car to open the door for me. He took my hand and kissed it gently as I stepped out, our eyes fixed on each other. “Welcome Gisele, to my mansion.” He held his other hand out, proudly displaying his abode. I was suitably impressed, but you must remember, this wasn’t anything I hadn’t seen before. I was used to this kind of thing. “Nice,” I commented, in a nonchalant manner. He frowned, surprised at my lack of enthusiasm perhaps. “Before we go into the house, I want to show you something.” He said, taking my hand and leading me to the back of the house. We stopped as we started making our way, something had caught his attention. My gaze followed his and landed on three burly, suited men that were making their way out of his house. His expression hardened, his jaw clenched. Who were they? Why had they had such an effect on him? Before I could question it any further he tugged my hand and we carried on walking. I gasped when we rounded the corner, he had a beach. His own private beach.  It was extremely quiet; no one else was on it at this time of day, despite the beach stretching as far as I could see on either side. The sun, almost past its peak now, glistened down onto the water scattering rays of light across the shore. I took off my shoes and let my feet sink into the sand, wrinkling my toes.

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“Do you like it?” Drake asked me. “I love it!” “Great. Let’s see if you like this then.” I watched him walk to a garage a little way from his house. “What’s in there?” “You’ll see.” He smiled. He unlocked the big wooden doors and heaved them open. “Tada!” he said, holding his hands up in the air above himself, as if he just finished a magic trick.  There, behind him, was a magnificent white speed boat. Drake disappeared into the garage and a few moments later the boat started moving. My eyes widened, “Are you pushing that?” I yelled. “Yeah” he grunted. “It’s not too heavy; it’s on a slide so it moves off quite easily.” He may have said this, but when he finally pushed the entire boat out of the garage his whole face was slick with sweat and he was breathing heavily.  As soon as he saw me, he quickly wiped the sweat of his face. “It’s easy is it then?” I teased. He didn’t say anything but kept pushing the boat until it eventually floated onto the water. Drake hopped onto the boat with an apparent ease and then gestured for me to follow. “What? We’re going in that, now?” “Do you really think I’d go to the effort of pushing it all that way just for you to look at it? Give me your hand,” he reached out for me and I grabbed his hand and hoisted myself onto the boat. He picked me up and placed me on the seat next to the steering wheel. I loved how careful Drake was with me, as though I were a fragile piece of china. He sat down in the driver’s seat, turning on the engine, flicking on different switches with the ease of a pro. “Where to Gisele?” he asked, flashing me a wicked grin.


DRUGS: Words: Jessica Fogarty

Be in the know...

The clubbers’ chill out drug

‘Street’ heroin sold as ‘brown’ is sometimes now used by clubbers as a chill out drug after a big night out. It is still just the same street heroin but some people mistakenly think it’s not as addictive. It’s common for heroin to be mixed with a variety of substances, such as sugar, starch, powdered milk, quinine or paracetamol – this increases its weight and the drug dealer’s profits. Take a closer look under the microscope to find out more about heroin purity.

The effects • A small dose of heroin gives the user a feeling of warmth and well-being. • Bigger doses can make you sleepy and very relaxed. • The first dose of heroin can bring about dizziness and vomiting. • Heroin is highly addictive and people can quickly get hooked. • Injecting heroin and sharing injecting equipment can be very risky, as it runs the risk of the injector catching or spreading a virus, such as HIV or hepatitis C. There is also the risk that veins may be damaged and that an abscess or blood clot may develop.

It’s not all giggles with gas Nitrous Oxide, has been nicknamed ‘laughing gas’ due to the euphoric and relaxed feeling people who inhale it can sometimes feel, but it’s not always a laughing matter. The gas is normally bought in pressured canisters, commonly transferred to a container, e.g. a balloon, from which the gas is inhaled. Even though Nitrous oxide is not illegal to possess, it doesn’t mean that it is safe to use.

The effects The effects of nitrous oxide vary depending on how much has been inhaled but they include: • Feelings of euphoria, relaxation and calmness. • Dizziness, difficulty in thinking straight and fits of giggles/laughter. • Sound distortions or even hallucinations. • In some people, a headache can be an unwanted immediate effect. Risks include: • Unconsciousness or death from lack of oxygen. This occurs when the available oxygen for breathing is effectively pushed out by the nitrous oxide.

In an emergency If someone collapses, call an ambulance immediately, turn them onto their side to avoid choking and stay with them until the ambulance arrives. Remember, you won’t get into trouble with the authorities for having taken drugs – paramedics don’t call the police unless there has been a fatality.

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Situated in Sheffield’s Orchard Square, Evolution is a home and wellbeing store stocking everything from furniture and home accessories to incense, oils, jewellery, gifts and more Trading and operating ethically are at the heart of Evolution. They are a Buddhist business, which means that all business decisions are guided by the Buddha’s teachings on kindness, generosity and honesty. Evolution has grown from a London market stall in 1980, through temporary shops, to a chain of shops across the UK and Eire. Their aim is to bring genuine benefits to the people making their goods through ethical trade and direct aid. Evolution contribute profits not re-invested in the business to The Windhorse Trust, which funds projects in Bali, Guatemala, Thailand and Nepal. The Trust distributes the money to a variety of Buddhist projects within the Triratna Buddhist Community, as well as to social projects closely connected with countries and companies that supply their goods.

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Evolution sincerely believes that even on the High Street, business can be done in an open and honest way. They believe it is possible to pay suppliers a fair price for their goods and to make sure that they have safe working conditions. They also believe that it is possible to offer customers an honest price without loading on a premium because goods are ethically traded.


9 Orchard Square, Sheffield, S1 2FB www.evolutionstores.co.uk 0114 276 8766

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THE ULTIMATE STUDENT SHOP Words: Jessic a Fo garty

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Meadowhall Shopping Centre hosted the biggest ever student shopping event during September, with more than 22,000 students from across South Yorkshire enjoying hundreds of exclusive discounts. The Sheffield based centre opened its doors to a record breaking sea of students as they took advantage of exclusive offers from retailers such as Vans, Pretty Green, Ted Baker and Topshop. Hosted by drive time Capital FM presenter James Cusack, students were given the chance to grab a last minute outfit for fresher’s week whilst enjoying live entertainment from rising talent Suddenly Us and capturing the night in a quirky traditional British ‘Telephone Photo Booth’. New student to Sheffield Sophie Arundale, 22, said: “It’s been a great night at Meadowhall - there were so many bargains on offer and what a brilliant way to meet other freshers – it has given us a proper welcome to the city!” Sheffield Sixth Former, Laura Swindells, aged 18, said: “I came along with a group of friends and we’ve really taken advantage of all the offers tonight including grabbing a bite to eat at Chao Baby. “We came in back in May for the spring shopping event and this one has been even better! We’re already planning to come again next year!” Meadowhall Events Manager, Alex Caley, said: “The Ultimate Student Shopping Night was a huge success – with record breaking numbers of students making it the biggest ever event of its kind. “We wanted to provide an opportunity for students - from sixth form, college and

university - to come along and see what the Centre has to offer and enjoy an evening of fun, music and entertainment throughout the malls. “We run exclusive shopping events throughout the year and with Christmas just around the corner there are plenty of exciting things to look out for at Meadowhall for the rest of 2014!”

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LISTINGS Saturday 1st November

Halloween Fearfest at Magna Science and Adventure Park – The ultimate Halloween house music mini-fest. Featuring Jamie Duggan, DK SKT, Tough Love, Cause and Effect and Low Steppa. Price £8.50 Heaven 17 at Plug – Sheffield’s favourite electronic sons come to Plug armed with a back catalogue of classic hits that everyone knows and loves. Price £21 Sonic Boom at Leadmill – Indie Rock‘n’Roll and The Modern World. 10:30pm. 18+. Price £5 or £4 NUS. Entourage at Sheffield Hallam Union – Three amazing arenas of the finest DJ talent this side of Ibiza. 10:30pm. 18+. Price £4.50 S.EX Urban Saturdays at Amnesia – Sexy urban music with Sheffield’s finest DJs. 10:00pm. 18+. Price £3 Ladies and £5 Men

Sunday 2nd November Sheffield does vintage: Wedding Fair at Cutlers Hall – The ultimate wedding fair with a creative, vintage touch. Black Lips at The Harley – The garage rock band will perform an intimate show for fans at The Harley. Price £12.50 Last Laugh Comedy Club at Sheffield University Union – The best comedians on the circuit from award winners and Perrier contenders to top TV writers. 7:45pm. 18+. Price £5 MMMBop at Babylon - Expect classic 90s party tunes, cheap drinks, crazy games and awesome give-aways. 9:00pm. 18+. Price £3 Play at Nocturnal - A mashup of the biggest anthems. 11:00pm. 18+. Price £3 or £2 NUS

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Monday 3rd November

Quizarama-rama at The riverside - This is silliest, daftest, most entertaining quiz in town for everyone to enjoy, every Monday. Price: Free. Shag at Leadmill – The Biggest and Best in Monday Madness. Drinks from 60p. 10:30pm. 18+. Price £5 or £4 NUS Pounded at Sheffield Hallam Union - Drinks from £1. 10:30pm. 18+. Price £1 or £2.50 after 11:00pm Plus1 at DQ - Resident DJs Stoxx and DMK play a range of genres, including hip-hop, house, chart, dubstep, deep house, funky house, trap and drum ‘n’ bass.. 10:30pm. 18+. Price £5 Get Dirty at Embrace – A Massive 2000 capacity rave with 5 rooms of entertainment. 11:00pm. 18+. Price £4 Karaoke at Tiger Works – Show off your singing skills. Drinks for £1. 9:00pm. 18+. Price: Free

Tuesday 4th November

The Tuesday club at The Foundry - Showcasing the best talent in house, hip hop, drum & bass, garage, dubstep, reggae and live music every week. Doors: 11:00pm. Spanked at Plug - Chart, dance, house & massive student anthems as well as a spankin’ good mix of the biggest indie, soul, funk, hip hop & dance known to man! 11:00pm. 18+. Price £4 Billionaire at Crystal – Three rooms of music. Doubles from £1.80. 10:00pm. 18+. Price £3.50 Revolt at Nocturnal – Music is a mashup of the Biggest R & B, Hip Hop and Dubstep Tunes. Open until 5am. 11:00pm. 18+. Price £3

Tuesday at Tiger Works – Playing great music all night, commercial chart mixed with some classic tunes. Drinks £1. 9:00pm. 18+. Price: Free Risque at The Viper Rooms – A club night all about the music, with two rooms of R&B and Electro/House. 10:00pm. 18+. Price £4 The Bomb Factory at Paris – Nothing but student anthems, Dress to impress. 11:00pm. 18+. Price £0.50

Wednesday 5th November After Dark at Don Valley Bowl – After Dark offers Live Music on the Real Radio Stage, a funfair, bonfire, food stalls, bar (at Ice Sheffield overlooking the event) & a massive fireworks display set to music. Price £10 Marika Hackman at The Harley Marika Hackman returns to The Harley. Doors: 7:30pm. Price £8 Skool Disco at Corporation Three rooms of musical mayhem unleash a massive party whatever your musical taste. 10:00pm. 18+. Price £4 Boing Boing at Embrace Officially the biggest student night in the north. 10:00pm. 18+. Price £4 ROAR at Sheffield University Union – It’s time to dig out the face paint, apply the whiskers, and cover yourself in stripes for Sheffield’s biggest student night ROAR. 10:00pm. 18+. Price £4 Mint at Nocturnal – An Eclectic mix of Dubstep, Drum and Bass, Disco and Dance. 11:00pm. 18+. Price £3 Eruption at Lava Lounge – Music and games with DJ Mike Antony and fantastic drinks offers. 9:00pm. 18+. Price: Free


Thursday 6th November Christmas light switch on concert at Meadowhall – Festive fun with special guest performers, more details near the time. Saint Motel at Plug – Doors open from 10:30pm. 14+. Price £9 Bret ‘The Hitman’ Hart at Barnsley Metrodome – MDA and Capital M promotions presents Bret ‘The Hitman’ Hart Pink and Black attack tour 2014. Jump Around at Plug - Awesome music from the finest resident DJs plus £1 vodka /£2 cheeky vimto and free stuff. 11:00pm. 18+. Price £4 Faces at Leadmill – Every week there’s a variety of Sheffield Faces hosting the craziest Thursday night party. 11:00pm. 18+. Price £5 or £4 NUS. UGLY at DQ – Music for the chronic youth and free fried chicken. 11:00pm. 18+. Price £2 Pout at Nocturnal – The biggest dance, R&B and indie anthems all night. 11:00pm. 18+. Price £4 or £3 NUS. Common People at FWD – The genre-less party where anything goes. Open until 5am. 11:00pm. 18+. Price £4 or £3 NUS.

Friday 7th November Counterfeit Sixties at Penistone Paramount - Britain’s No. 1 tribute show brings alive the magic of the sixties, with their tribute to over twenty five bands of that era. Price £14 Distro w / Mr C, Dr Oscillator & tik&borrow at Plug – House, Garage, Dubstep ad Funky Music. Doors open form11pm. 18+. Price £5 Propaganda at Plug - Rock’n’roll, indie and punk club night. 11:00pm. 18+. Price £4 GAGA at Leadmill – Two rooms of music. 11:00pm. 18+. Price £3 Drop at Corporation – The latest and best in alternative tunes. 9:30pm. 18+. Price £3.50

Space at Sheffield University Union – Space sells out every week and it’s now the stuff of legend. 11:00pm. 18+. Price £3.50 Flavours at Crystal – The best in Motown, Classic R&B, Chart, Disco and soulful sounds. 10:00pm. 18+. Price £3 Baby got back at Paris – Drink offers include 80p Jaeger-Bombs and 3 for £5 on selected drinks. 10:00pm. 18+. Price £3 Friday at Tiger Works – A mix of music from 80’s classics to present day commercial chart. 8:00pm. 18+. Price: Free

Saturday 8th November Kate Tempest at Plug – Singer and rapper Katie will play to a live audience. Price £13.50 Verdi Requiem at Sheffield Cathedral – Performance honouring the dead of two world wars. Doors 7:30pm. Shuffle at Plug – 3 rooms of music, featuring the biggest national and International superstars along with some of the best hand-picked local talents behind the decks. Door Varies. 18+. Price £5 Sonic Boom at Leadmill – Indie Rock‘n’Roll and The Modern World. 10:30pm. 18+. Price £5 or £4 NUS. Entourage at Sheffield Hallam Union – Three amazing arenas of the finest DJ talent this side of Ibiza. 10:30pm. 18+. Price £4.50 S.EX Urban Saturdays at Amnesia – Sexy urban music with Sheffield’s finest DJs. 10:00pm. 18+. Price £3 Ladies and £5 Men Rewind at Sheffield Hallam Union – Music back in the 90s being played right up to chart music now. On stage competitions, Fireworks and Balloon drops. 18+. Price £3 Saturday at Tiger Works – Capital FM D.J. Richie Humphries playing a great mix of the best music around. 8:00pm. 18+. Price: Free

Sunday 9th November Remembrance Sunday at Sheffield City Centre - A service will be held in the town centre as people across the UK pause to reflect on the sacrifices made by our brave Service men and women. Last Laugh Comedy Club at Sheffield University Union – The best comedians on the circuit from award winners and Perrier contenders to top TV writers. 7:45pm. 18+. Price £5 MMMBop at Babylon - Expect classic 90s party tunes, cheap drinks, crazy games and awesome give-aways. 9:00pm. 18+. Price £3 Play at Nocturnal - A mashup of the biggest anthems. 11:00pm. 18+. Price £3 or £2 NUS

Monday 10th November Quizarama-rama at The Riverside - This is silliest, daftest, most entertaining quiz in town for everyone to enjoy, every Monday. Price: Free. Shag at Leadmill – The Biggest and Best in Monday Madness. Drinks from 60p. 10:30pm. 18+. Price £5 or £4 NUS Pounded at Sheffield Hallam Union - Drinks from £1. 10:30pm. 18+. Price £1 or £2.50 after 11:00pm Plus1 at DQ - Resident DJs Stoxx and DMK play a range of genres, including hip-hop, house, chart, dubstep, deep house, funky house, trap and drum ‘n’ bass.. 10:30pm. 18+. Price £5 Get Dirty at Embrace – A Massive 2000 capacity rave with 5 rooms of entertainment. 11:00pm. 18+. Price £4 Karaoke at Tiger Works – Show off your singing skills. Drinks for £1. 9:00pm. 18+. Price: Free

Tuesday 11th November Speed Dating at The Bessener – An opportunity to meet and date 15-20 people your age, who are

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serious about wanting to be in a relationship. Doors 7:30pm. 18+. Price £22.00 The Tuesday club at The Foundry - Showcasing the best talent in house, hip hop, drum & bass, garage, dubstep, reggae and live music every week. Doors: 11:00pm. Verdi Requiem at Upper Chapel – A lunchtime concert of chamber music with members of Ensemble 360. Doors 12:45pm. Price £5 Spanked at Plug - Chart, dance, house & massive student anthems as well as a spankin’ good mix of the biggest indie, soul, funk, hip hop & dance known to man! 11:00pm. 18+. Price £4 Billionaire at Crystal – Three rooms of music. Doubles from £1.80. 10:00pm. 18+. Price £3.50 Revolt at Notcturnal – Music is a mashup of the Biggest R & B, Hip Hop and Dubstep Tunes. Open until 5am. 11:00pm. 18+. Price £3 Tuesday at Tiger Works – Playing great music all night, commercial chart mixed with some classic tunes. Drinks £1. 9:00pm. 18+. Price: Free

Wednesday 12th November Skool Disco at Corporation Three rooms of musical mayhem unleash a massive party whatever your musical taste. 10:00pm. 18+. Price £4 Boing Boing at Embrace Officially the biggest student night in the north. 10:00pm. 18+. Price £4 ROAR at Sheffield University Union – It’s time to dig out the face paint, apply the whiskers, and cover yourself in stripes for Sheffield’s biggest student night ROAR. 10:00pm. 18+. Price £4 Mint at Nocturnal – An Eclectic mix of Dubstep, Drum and Bass, Disco and Dance. 11:00pm. 18+. Price £3 Eruption at Lava Lounge – Music and games with DJ Mike Antony

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and fantastic drinks offers. 9:00pm. 18+. Price: Free

Thursday 13th November The Struts at Plug – Performance from rock & roll band The Struts. 14+. Price £7 Ibibio Sound Machine at Queens Social Club – Doors 7:30pm. 18+. Price £10.00 The Voyeurs at The Harley – Doors 7:30pm. 18+. Price £7.00 Jump Around at Plug - Awesome music from the finest resident DJs plus £1 vodka /£2 cheeky vimto and free stuff. 11:00pm. 18+. Price £4 Faces at Leadmill – Every week there’s a variety of Sheffield Faces hosting the craziest Thursday night party. 11:00pm. 18+. Price £5 or £4 NUS. UGLY at DQ – Music for the chronic youth and free fried chicken. 11:00pm. 18+. Price £2 Pout at Nocturnal – The biggest dance, R&B and indie anthems all night. 11:00pm. 18+. Price £4 or £3 NUS. Common People at FWD – The genre-less party where anything goes. Open until 5am. 11:00pm. 18+. Price £4 or £3 NUS. Friday 14th November The Hold Steady at The City Hall – Doors 7:30pm. 18+. Price £16.00 Propaganda at Plug - Rock’n’roll, indie and punk club night. 11:00pm. 18+. Price £4 GAGA at Leadmill – Two rooms of music. 11:00pm. 18+. Price £3 Drop at Corporation – The latest and best in alternative tunes. 9:30pm. 18+. Price £3.50 Space at Sheffield University Union – Space sells out every week and it’s now the stuff of legend. 11:00pm. 18+. Price £3.50 Flavours at Crystal – The best in Motown, Classic R&B, Chart, Disco and soulful sounds. 10:00pm. 18+. Price £3

Baby got back at Paris – Drink offers include 80p Jaeger-Bombs and 3 for £5 on selected drinks. 10:00pm. 18+. Price £3 Friday at Tiger Works – A mix of music from 80’s classics to present day commercial chart. 8:00pm. 18+. Price: Free

Saturday 15th November Shuffle at Plug – 3 rooms of music, featuring the biggest national and International superstars along with some of the best hand-picked local talents behind the decks. Door Varies. 18+. Price £5 Sonic Boom at Leadmill – Indie Rock‘n’Roll and The Modern World. 10:30pm. 18+. Price £5 or £4 NUS. Entourage at Sheffield Hallam Union – Three amazing arenas of the finest DJ talent this side of Ibiza. 10:30pm. 18+. Price £4.50 S.EX Urban Saturdays at Amnesia – Sexy urban music with Sheffield’s finest DJs. 10:00pm. 18+. Price £3 Ladies and £5 Men Rewind at Sheffield Hallam Union – Music back in the 90s being played right up to chart music now. On stage competitions, Fireworks and Balloon drops. 18+. Price £3 Saturday at Tiger Works – Capital FM D.J. Richie Humphries playing a great mix of the best music around. 8:00pm. 18+. Price: Free

Sunday 16th November Free Empire at The Tank – A fantastic night of live music, playing covers from amazing bands from Stereophonic, Oasis, Foo fighters and The Beatles. Price: Free Last Laugh Comedy Club at Sheffield University Union – The best comedians on the circuit from award winners and Perrier contenders to top TV writers. 7:45pm. 18+. Price £5 MMMBop at Babylon - Expect


classic 90s party tunes, cheap drinks, crazy games and awesome give-aways. 9:00pm. 18+. Price £3 Play at Nocturnal - A mashup of the biggest anthems. 11:00pm. 18+. Price £3 or £2 NUS

Monday 17th November Quizarama-rama at The Riverside - This is silliest, daftest, most entertaining quiz in town for everyone to enjoy, every Monday. Price: Free. Shag at Leadmill – The Biggest and Best in Monday Madness. Drinks from 60p. 10:30pm. 18+. Price £5 or £4 NUS Pounded at Sheffield Hallam Union - Drinks from £1. 10:30pm. 18+. Price £1 or £2.50 after 11:00pm Plus1 at DQ - Resident DJs Stoxx and DMK play a range of genres, including hip-hop, house, chart, dubstep, deep house, funky house, trap and drum ‘n’ bass.. 10:30pm. 18+. Price £5 Get Dirty at Embrace – A Massive 2000 capacity rave with 5 rooms of entertainment. 11:00pm. 18+. Price £4 Karaoke at Tiger Works – Show off your singing skills. Drinks for £1. 9:00pm. 18+. Price: Free

Tuesday 18th November The Tuesday club at The Foundry - Showcasing the best talent in house, hip hop, drum & bass, garage, dubstep, reggae and live music every week. Doors: 11:00pm. Spanked at Plug - Chart, dance, house & massive student anthems as well as a spankin’ good mix of the biggest indie, soul, funk, hip hop & dance known to man! 11:00pm. 18+. Price £4 Billionaire at Crystal – Three rooms of music. Doubles from £1.80. 10:00pm. 18+. Price £3.50 Revolt at Notcturnal – Music is a mashup of the Biggest R & B, Hip

Hop and Dubstep Tunes. Open until 5am. 11:00pm. 18+. Price £3 Tuesday at Tiger Works – Playing great music all night, commercial chart mixed with some classic tunes. Drinks £1. 9:00pm. 18+. Price: Free Risque at The Viper Rooms – A club night all about the music, with two rooms of R&B and Electro/House. 10:00pm. 18+. Price £4 The Bomb Factory at Paris – Nothing but student anthems, Dress to impress. 11:00pm. 18+. Price £0.50

Wednesday 19th November Skool Disco at Corporation Three rooms of musical mayhem unleash a massive party whatever your musical taste. 10:00pm. 18+. Price £4 Boing Boing at Embrace Officially the biggest student night in the north. 10:00pm. 18+. Price £4 ROAR at Sheffield University Union – It’s time to dig out the face paint, apply the whiskers, and cover yourself in stripes for Sheffield’s biggest student night ROAR. 10:00pm. 18+. Price £4 Mint at Nocturnal – An Eclectic mix of Dubstep, Drum and Bass, Disco and Dance. 11:00pm. 18+. Price £3 Eruption at Lava Lounge – Music and games with DJ Mike Antony and fantastic drinks offers. 9:00pm. 18+. Price: Free

Thursday 20th November 2.45 at The Harley – Doors 7:30pm. 18+. Price £10 Jump Around at Plug - Awesome music from the finest resident DJs plus £1 vodka /£2 cheeky vimto and free stuff. 11:00pm. 18+. Price £4 Faces at Leadmill – Every week there’s a variety of Sheffield Faces hosting the craziest Thursday

night party. 11:00pm. 18+. Price £5 or £4 NUS. UGLY at DQ – Music for the chronic youth and free fried chicken. 11:00pm. 18+. Price £2 Pout at Nocturnal – The biggest dance, R&B and indie anthems all night. 11:00pm. 18+. Price £4 or £3 NUS. Common People at FWD – The genre-less party where anything goes. Open until 5am. 11:00pm. 18+. Price £4 or £3 NUS.

Friday 21st November The Fontaines at Plug – The Fontaines will release their second EP while gigging across the UK. Doors 7:15pm. 14+. Price £5 The Depp Christmas Pop-up Shop at Eten Café – Browse through a selection of handmade delights ranging from art work, photography and jewellery to delicious chocolate, skin care and home decor. Doors 7:00am. Price: Free. Propaganda at Plug - Rock’n’roll, indie and punk club night. 11:00pm. 18+. Price £4 GAGA at Leadmill – Two rooms of music. 11:00pm. 18+. Price £3 Drop at Corporation – The latest and best in alternative tunes. 9:30pm. 18+. Price £3.50 Space at Sheffield University Union – Space sells out every week and it’s now the stuff of legend. 11:00pm. 18+. Price £3.50 Flavours at Crystal – The best in Motown, Classic R&B, Chart, Disco and soulful sounds. 10:00pm. 18+. Price £3 Baby Got Back at Paris – Drink offers include 80p Jaeger-Bombs and 3 for £5 on selected drinks. 10:00pm. 18+. Price £3 Friday at Tiger Works – A mix of music from 80’s classics to present day commercial chart. 8:00pm. 18+. Price: Free

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Saturday 22nd November Sheffield does vintage at Cutlers Hall – Britain’s ultimate Vintage event with Vintage stalls, vintage tearoom, vintage inspired workshops and a pop up beauty parlour. Price £1 Secondcity and Dale Howard at Fez Club - Doors 10:00pm. 18+. Price £5 Chantel McGregor at The Greystones – Award winning guitarist and singer-songwriter. Doors 7:30pm. 14+. Price £12 The Depp Christmas Pop-up Shop at Eten Café – Browse through a selection of handmade delights ranging from art work, photography and jewellery to delicious chocolate, skin care and home decor. Doors 7:00am. Price: Free. Shuffle at Plug – 3 rooms of music, featuring the biggest national and International superstars along with some of the best handpicked local talents behind the decks. Door Varies. 18+. Price £5 Sonic Boom at Leadmill – Indie Rock‘n’Roll and The Modern World. 10:30pm. 18+. Price £5 or £4 NUS. Entourage at Sheffield Hallam Union – Three amazing arenas of the finest DJ talent this side of Ibiza. 10:30pm. 18+. Price £4.50 S.EX Urban Saturdays at Amnesia – Sexy urban music with Sheffield’s finest DJs. 10:00pm. 18+. Price £3 Ladies and £5 Men Rewind at Sheffield Hallam Union – Music back in the 90s being played right up to chart music now. On stage competitions, Fireworks and Balloon drops. 18+. Price £3 Saturday at Tiger Works – Capital FM D.J. Richie Humphries playing a great mix of the best music around. 8:00pm. 18+. Price: Free

Sunday 23rd November Christmas light switch on Concert at Sheffield city centre –

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Celebrate the start of the festive season with fair rides, Christmas stores and special celebrity guests. The Skatalites at The Queens social club – Forming in 1964 the band will celebrate their 50th anniversary in a very special show at Queens. Doors 7:30pm. 18+. Price £18.50 The Depp Christmas Pop-up Shop at Eten Café – Browse through a selection of handmade delights ranging from art work, photography and jewellery to delicious chocolate, skin care and home decor. Doors 7:00am. Price: Free. Last Laugh Comedy Club at Sheffield University Union – The best comedians on the circuit from award winners and Perrier contenders to top TV writers. 7:45pm. 18+. Price £5 MMMBop at Babylon - Expect classic 90s party tunes, cheap drinks, crazy games and awesome give-aways. 9:00pm. 18+. Price £3 Play at Nocturnal - A mashup of the biggest anthems. 11:00pm. 18+. Price £3 or £2 NUS

Monday 24th November Quizarama-rama at The Riverside - This is silliest, daftest, most entertaining quiz in town for everyone to enjoy, every Monday. Price: Free. The Depp Christmas Pop-up Shop at Eten Café – Browse through a selection of handmade delights ranging from art work, photography and jewellery to delicious chocolate, skin care and home decor. Doors 7:00am. Price: Free. Shag at Leadmill – The Biggest and Best in Monday Madness. Drinks from 60p. 10:30pm. 18+. Price £5 or £4 NUS Pounded at Sheffield Hallam Union - Drinks from £1. 10:30pm. 18+. Price £1 or £2.50 after 11:00pm Plus1 at DQ - Resident DJs Stoxx

and DMK play a range of genres, including hip-hop, house, chart, dubstep, deep house, funky house, trap and drum ‘n’ bass.. 10:30pm. 18+. Price £5 Get Dirty at Embrace – A Massive 2000 capacity rave with 5 rooms of entertainment. 11:00pm. 18+. Price £4 Karaoke at Tiger Works – Show off your singing skills. Drinks for £1. 9:00pm. 18+. Price: Free

Tuesday 25th November The Tuesday Club at The Foundry - Showcasing the best talent in house, hip hop, drum & bass, garage, dubstep, reggae and live music every week. Doors: 11:00pm. The Depp Christmas Pop-up Shop at Eten Café – Browse through a selection of handmade delights ranging from art work, photography and jewellery to delicious chocolate, skin care and home decor. Doors 7:00am. Price: Free. Spanked at Plug - Chart, dance, house & massive student anthems as well as a spankin’ good mix of the biggest indie, soul, funk, hip hop & dance known to man! 11:00pm. 18+. Price £4 Billionaire at Crystal – Three rooms of music. Doubles from £1.80. 10:00pm. 18+. Price £3.50 Revolt at Notcturnal – Music is a mashup of the Biggest R & B, Hip Hop and Dubstep Tunes. Open until 5am. 11:00pm. 18+. Price £3 Tuesday at Tiger Works – Playing great music all night, commercial chart mixed with some classic tunes. Drinks £1. 9:00pm. 18+. Price: Free Risque at The Viper Rooms – A club night all about the music, with two rooms of R&B and Electro/House. 10:00pm. 18+. Price £4 The Bomb Factory at Paris – Nothing but student anthems, Dress to impress. 11:00pm. 18+.


Skool Disco at Corporation Three rooms of musical mayhem unleash a massive party whatever your musical taste. 10:00pm. 18+. Price £4 Boing Boing at Embrace Officially the biggest student night in the north. 10:00pm. 18+. Price £4 ROAR at Sheffield University Union – It’s time to dig out the face paint, apply the whiskers, and cover yourself in stripes for Sheffield’s biggest student night ROAR. 10:00pm. 18+. Price £4 Mint at Nocturnal – An Eclectic mix of Dubstep, Drum and Bass, Disco and Dance. 11:00pm. 18+. Price £3 Eruption at Lava Lounge – Music and games with DJ Mike Antony and fantastic drinks offers. 9:00pm. 18+. Price: Free

including Dinner and dancing. Doors 7:00pm. 18+. Price £24.95 Propaganda at Plug - Rock’n’roll, indie and punk club night. 11:00pm. 18+. Price £4 GAGA at Leadmill – Two rooms of music. 11:00pm. 18+. Price £3 Drop at Corporation – The latest and best in alternative tunes. 9:30pm. 18+. Price £3.50 Space at Sheffield University Union – Space sells out every week and it’s now the stuff of legend. 11:00pm. 18+. Price £3.50 Flavours at Crystal – The best in Motown, Classic R&B, Chart, Disco and soulful sounds. 10:00pm. 18+. Price £3 Baby Got Back at Paris – Drink offers include 80p Jaeger-Bombs and 3 for £5 on selected drinks. 10:00pm. 18+. Price £3 Friday at Tiger Works – A mix of music from 80’s classics to present day commercial chart. 8:00pm. 18+. Price: Free

Thursday 27th November

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Jump Around at Plug - Awesome music from the finest resident DJs plus £1 vodka /£2 cheeky vimto and free stuff. 11:00pm. 18+. Price £4 Faces at Leadmill – Every week there’s a variety of Sheffield Faces hosting the craziest Thursday night party. 11:00pm. 18+. Price £5 or £4 NUS. UGLY at DQ – Music for the chronic youth and free fried chicken. 11:00pm. 18+. Price £2 Pout at Nocturnal – The biggest dance, R&B and indie anthems all night. 11:00pm. 18+. Price £4 or £3 NUS. Common People at Forward – The genre-less party where anything goes. Open until 5am. 11:00pm. 18+. Price £4 or £3 NUS.

Friday 28th November SUFC Christmas Party at Sheffield United Football Club – Nathan Moore’s Fabulous 80’s show

Banana Hill 3rd Birthday at Hope Works - A mixture of African, Disco, House, Soul and Techno Music. Doors 11:00pm. 18+. Price £8 Residents and Producers showcase at Plug - A Showcase of some of the hottest names in the trance scene. Doors 10:30pm. 18+. Price £12 Market Harvest street food & Gift market at Devonshire Green – Live music, Street food, Makers, creators and sellers. Doors 11:00am. 18+. Price: Free SUFC Christmas Party at Sheffield United Football Club – 50 Shades of Christmas including a twocourse dinner and dancing. Ladies only. Doors 7:00pm. 18+. Price £24.95 Victorian Christmas Market at Kelham Island Museum – Shoppers can enjoy festive food and entertainment, live music performances and browse over

130 market stalls. Doors 10:00am. Price £6 Christmas Craft and Gift fair Over 40 stalls with handmade items, and home produced foods. Doors 10:00am. Price: Free Shuffle at Plug – 3 rooms of music, featuring the biggest national and International superstars along with some of the best hand-picked local talents behind the decks. Door Varies. 18+. Price £5 Sonic Boom at Leadmill – Indie Rock‘n’Roll and The Modern World. 10:30pm. 18+. Price £5 or £4 NUS. Entourage at Sheffield Hallam Union – Three amazing arenas of the finest DJ talent this side of Ibiza. 10:30pm. 18+. Price £4.50 S.EX Urban Saturdays at Amnesia – Sexy urban music with Sheffield’s finest DJs. 10:00pm. 18+. Price £3 Ladies and £5 Men Rewind at Sheffield Hallam Union – Music back in the 90s being played right up to chart music now. On stage competitions, Fireworks and Balloon drops. 18+. Price £3 Saturday at Tiger Works – Capital FM D.J. Richie Humphries playing a great mix of the best music around. 8:00pm. 18+. Price: Free

Sunday 30th November Christmas market at Wortley Hall – Start your Christmas shopping early. Doors 10:00am. Price: Free Last Laugh Comedy Club at Sheffield University Union – The best comedians on the circuit from award winners and Perrier contenders to top TV writers. 7:45pm. 18+. Price £5 MMMBop at Babylon - Expect classic 90s party tunes, cheap drinks, crazy games and awesome give-aways. 9:00pm. 18+. Price £3 Play at Nocturnal - A mashup of the biggest anthems. 11:00pm. 18+. Price £3 or £2 NUS

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學生終極購 物體驗 作者:Jessica Fogarty “賣得好”(Meadowhall)購物中 心今年九月份舉辦了一場至今為止規 模最大的學生購物體驗活動,來自南 約克郡的近兩萬兩千名學生到場,享 受了上百種獨家優惠。 位於Sheffield的這家購物中心引來了 破紀錄的學生人數,為他們提供了包 括Vans、 Pretty Green、Ted Baker 和Topshop在內的各大品牌的獨家優 惠。由班車時間調頻主持人詹姆斯· 庫薩克主辦,學生們有機會抓緊最後 一刻給自己置辦一套新生入學的行 頭,同時欣賞新晉樂隊Suddenly Us 的現場表演,并在古怪的傳統英式“ 電話亭”里拍個大頭貼記錄這一美好 的時刻。 22歲初來乍到的新同學Sophie Arundale說:“今晚在賣得好逛得爽 極了,有很多實惠的東西可以買,同 時又能認識很多新同學 – 這種迎接 新生的方式是在太讚了!” 18歲的謝菲爾德中學六年級學生 Laura Swindells說:“我跟好幾個 同學一起來的,都買到和很多優惠的 東西,還在Chao Baby吃了頓飯。我 們今年5月份的時候來參加了春季的 購物體驗活動,但是這一場比上次更 好!我們都已經說好了,明年還要 來!” “賣得好”購物中心的活動策劃人 Alex Caley說:“學生終極購物體驗 夜”獲得了巨大成功 – 前來參加的 學生人數達到了破紀錄的新高,使其 成為該類活動的規模最大的一場。我 們希望給包括中學的、職業學校的和 大學的學生一個機會來這裡,他們會 發現這個中心有很多消費選擇,同

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時還可以度過一個充滿音樂氣 氛、現場表演激情的夜晚。” “我們常年都會舉行各種各樣 的活動,聖誕節將至,所有 2014年剩下的時間里,購物中 心更是有許多值得令人期待的 活動。” www.meadowhall.co.uk


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笑氣

毒品新知:你必须知道的

作者:Jessica Fogarty

泡吧狂人的鎮靜劑

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后果不止是让你笑 一氧化二氮,俗称“笑氣”,因 为吸入时可以使人产生愉悅輕鬆 的感覺而得名,但是吸食“笑 氣”并不只是件可笑的事情。 这种气体一般被放在压力罐里 售出,通常先放进一个密封仪 器里,例如气球,再通过气球 吸入。 儘管購買笑氣不屬於違法行為, 但是不意味著吸食笑氣不危險。 藥物作用:根據吸入的笑氣量的 不同,會有不同的後果產生,但 是一般常見的副作用包括: ·感覺精神愉快,放鬆平靜。 ·頭暈,頭腦不清醒,忍不住一 直笑。 ·聽到聲音扭曲,甚至產生幻 覺。 ·一些服用者可能會產生即時的 頭痛。 風險性後果包括: ·失去知覺,甚至由於缺氧而 導致死亡。當需要吸入的氧氣 持續被笑氣擋住而導致呼吸困難 的情況下,這種極端情況可能會 發生。 緊急情況下:如果失去知覺,馬 上撥打救護車求救,同時將患者 身體側躺,以避免窒息,陪在患 者身邊直至救護車到場。記住, 你本身不會因為吸食笑氣遇到麻 煩 – 護理人員沒有出現死亡的 情況下不會通知警方。

“街道”海洛因被冠名“褐色” (Brown)流通于各色泡吧狂人 間,一夜狂歡后,經常作為一種 鎮靜劑被廣泛服用。雖然輕易可 以買到,它依然是一種海洛因, 但是大多數人誤以為這是一種不 會上癮的清輕型毒品。 眾所周知,海洛因可以跟很多物 質混合吸食,包括糖、澱粉、奶 粉、奎寧和撲熱息痛,通過摻入 這些物質,毒販子可以加大毒品 的重量,從而獲取更高的利潤。 要看清海洛因本身的純度必須需 要顯微鏡觀察。海洛因由嗎啡製 成,而嗎啡則是罌粟籽里提取的 物質。因此海洛因是A類毒品, 私自服用、流通和售賣都屬於違 法行為。 藥物作用:少量的海洛因可以讓 吸食者感覺溫暖和幸福,大量的 服用則讓吸食者處於困倦、放鬆 的狀態。 初次吸食者可能會有頭暈和嘔吐 的症狀。 海洛因是高度癮性毒品,吸食者 一旦開始吸食很容易上癮。 注射海洛因和共用注射器是非常 危險的,因為存在著注射器傳播 病毒的危險性,例如艾滋病和 丙型肝炎。另外,還有靜脈被 損壞、血液膿腫和血液凝塊的 危險。 緊急情況下:如果患者失去知 覺,立刻撥打救護車電話求救, 同時將患者身體側躺,以避免窒 息,陪在患者身邊直至救護車到 場。記住,你本身不會因為吸食 海洛因而遇到麻煩 – 護理人員 沒有出現死亡的情況下不會通知 警方。


郊外的美髮潮流中心

隨後每次消費出示NUS 卡即可享受七五折 Loaf Broomhill

486, Glossop Road, Broomhill, S10 2QA Telephone: 0114 267 12 22 優惠到期即止。更多價格、預訂等信息請登錄Loafhair.com; 此優惠只適用於Broomhill分店。經理保持對 優惠進行解釋的所有權利。

www.loafhair.com

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2014年11月推出新的應用程序

Swype

whosampled pocketdrive Free

Free

自從安卓用戶可以下載該程序以 來,他們恐怕會對這個輸入法嗤 之以鼻。剛升級至iOS8的果粉 們終於可以下載第三方輸入法, 而Swype則適時地推出一款讓你 以後無需再切換輸入法的輸入程 序。Swype可以根據用戶輸入時 拇指的移動方向判斷想打出的 字。界面則跟Iphone自帶的輸入 法差不多,所以不會影響你長期 保持的放置著購買而來的各種程 序的完美主頁面。

當談話的內容涉及到最新的音 樂,聊天就不僅是一種令人愉快 的社交形式了,因為氣氛中總是 不免有點互相攀比的味道。這款 應用程序滿是重採樣的時興舞 曲,早從Afrika Bambaata(紐 約傳奇DJ)開始嘻哈樂的創作 以來,多才的音樂人就已創作出 一種藝術表達形式將各種樂曲融 合在一起。自2012年來在app store發售,WhoSampled如今 終於也對安卓系統適用,更好的 消息是安卓系統用戶可以免費下 載,要知道果粉們可是要自掏腰 包拿£2下載的。該應用可以掃 描移動設備上的音樂,然後告訴 你每首歌有哪些人進行了採樣、 重新混音和翻唱,是一款獨特的 音樂DNA發現應用。

這款程序是蘋果系統的獨家享有 軟件,可以將你的iphone或者 iPad轉換成一個移動硬盤,只要 在聯網狀態下,就可以實現與電 腦的文件互傳。易於操作的應用 界面,應用指南也很簡單明了。 唯一不足的是如果需要更大的上 傳空間需要付費 – 免費下載的 Pocket Drive只能傳250兆大小 的文件,不過只要£1.49就可以 升級到4GB的空間。

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告訴我們你的想法……

作者:Chloe Bolton

做學生期 間干過的 最後悔的 事是什 麼?

對剛來 Sheffield 的新生有什 麼建議?

“跟我的室友 接吻,這種事 從來沒有好結 果……”

“我通宵一夜沒睡 然後還醉醺醺地直 接去上課了,老師 非常不認可這種行 為。”

Mike, 19 歲, 謝哈學生

Rebecca, 21 歲,

“放開享受!盡量嘗試 新事物,在Sheffield的生 活可以很豐富。”

謝哈學生

“享受自己, 勇於參與。”

Owain, 22 歲, 謝大研究生

Jemma, 20 歲, 謝大學生

做學生期 間干過的 最怪的事 情是什 麼? “跟老師一 起出去找茬 挺難以置信 的,不過這 同時也說明 校園生活有 多閒散有 趣!”

Jed, 21 歲, 謝

有什麼好地 方推薦給新 生么?

大學生

“Sheffield有很多地下音樂倉庫, 例如Night Kitchen和Hope Works,如 果喜歡DJ的同學可以去去。”

Rebecca

Chloe, 20 歲, 謝大學生

Jed

Ch

loe

Jemma

Mike

Owain

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各种房型, 公寓、房屋。 價錢每 週£70起

掃描此處 24小時維修 服務電話, 標準保險合同。

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想去個高大上的 吃上一頓但是生 活費見短?我們 有好介紹!

室。所以,不管 你是想在課間解 解饞還是想在來 參觀的家人朋友 面前顯擺一下, 來Marco’s就對 了。

紐約風格的意 大利式餐廳 Marco’s最近推 出了名為“馬可 快來”(Marco In Minutes)的 特價午餐菜單。 每週一至週五中 午12點到下午3 點,£8.95就可 以享用兩道菜的 午餐。划算吧? !而且他們的分 量也不是蓋的, 包你飽。

MARCO’S之“MO-BURGER”

頭盤我們最喜歡 點特色烤土豆皮 – 烤土豆切開兩 半,中間夾滿融 化的芝士和烤脆 的培根塊。飽含 的熱量正是冬天 午餐所需要的。 另外還可以選每 天的例湯或者配 合各種蘸醬的墨 西哥烤玉米片。 主菜的選擇更是 讓你無從下手 – 傳統美式漢堡或 芝士漢堡;意大 利扁平麵包,三 種不同的淋醬選 擇;各種意麵包 括烘肉丸,芝士 通心粉和皮肯特 沙司醬配意式扁 面,如果你正在

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為了即將到來的節日做甩肉 準備的話,可以點蕃茄芝士 沙拉或者烤雞肉沙拉。 我點了BBQ雞肉配扁平麵 包 – 一條長而薄的塗了核 桃燒烤醬的麵包上面鋪滿紅 洋蔥、馬蘇里拉奶酪和烤雞 肉。朋友則點了肉丸通心 粉 – 茄醬通心粉配意大利肉 丸,表面一層帕爾瑪乾酪。

吃完已經很飽了,所以我們 就省去了甜點,甜點的選擇 也很豐富有趣,也有茶和咖 啡可以選。 不得不提的是,這頓兩道菜 的午飯從下單、上餐和被消 滅掉前後總共才花了45分 鐘,雖然我們的午餐休息只 有一個小時,還是有充足的 時間可以慢慢地走回辦公

這個11月,Marco’s的 Sheffield分店為 了支持“Movember”活動特別推 出了一款“Mo-Burger。Movember是一个 为了引起大家對 男性健康重視, 包括對男性疾病 前列腺癌和睪丸 癌認識的慈善組 織,每售出一 份Mo-Burger套 餐,就有£1捐入 Movember基金 会。大家可以另 點一份“monion 洋蔥圈”、蒜味 蘑菇或者“美乃 滋”。何不再來 一杯梅樂葡萄 酒,大都市雞尾 酒和莫吉托雞尾 酒。當然不喝酒 的朋友可以點上 一杯檸檬汁或者 J2O。菜單11月1 日起推出。 作者:Jessica F oga rty

Marco’s Sheffield, West Bar Green, Sheffield, S1 2DA | 0114 399 0990


謝村各國美 食餐廳介紹

為了滿足小夥伴們來自全球各國文化的不同味蕾需求,本期美食 為大家介紹謝村主營各國佳餚的餐廳,讓大家找到自己家的味 道。 你知道麼,謝村有兩所大學,留學生來自一百多個不同的國家。 以下是我們為小夥伴們精心挑選的受學生歡迎的各種餐廳…… 作者:Jiaqi Xu

壽司端上來 Mediterranean Grill: EFES, 278-280 Glossop Rd 燒烤是地中海沿岸國家重要的烹調 方法,那何不坐下來品嘗一下正宗 的土耳其和希臘燒烤?羊肉菜,希 臘漢堡和茄盒肯定會讓你想起地中 海陽光。午餐菜單從上午11點一直 到下午5點,價格£3.50起。 靠近謝大的各個上課地 點,是上下午課間吃飯 的好去處。

日式料理 Sushi Express, 8 Milton St 想吃點精緻的日式 料理?那你就找對 地方了。從手握壽 司、壽司卷、刺身 到各種定食,Sushi Express應有盡 有,所有料理均由 富有經驗的日本廚 師製作。午餐時間 也提供外送服務, 特價午餐只需要 £4.90,主食之外 還免費贈送味增湯 或者時令沙拉。墻 裂推薦三文魚手握 壽司和刺身拼盤, 簡直是人間美味。

大英帝國餡餅 The Old House, 113-117 Devonshire St The Old House是傳統的英式酒 吧,但是別以為炸魚條就是他菜 單上唯一拿得出手的東西。相反 的,這裡每天都有現做的家庭 式“每日一餅”, 內餡兒選擇 多樣 – 雞肉、牛肉、豬肉或者 蘑菇,配菜有薯條、豆泥和肉 汁。價格£7.95,吃完絕對心 滿意足。

為生活增添“辣趣” The Great Gatsby, 73-75 Division St 是時候把繁重的學業拋諸腦後,獎勵 自己吃上一口令人滿足的墨西哥卷 了,只要£7。如果你是无辣不欢型吃 貨,那你必須要試一次炸玉米餅配鱷 梨醬。如果吃完肚子還有空間的話, 可以再來上一根巧克力油條 – 經典 搭配! Stu-Mag | 26


現已開始接受聖 誕座位預定

與Spice Story共同度過 一個有格調的聖誕 我們的酒吧走廊接受派對專場預定

外帶服務

營業時間 5.00pm - 11.00pm 週二休息 位於Hillsborough公園tram站旁邊

更多詳情或預定服務請致電:

0114 2321875 www.spicestory.co.uk • 92-94 Middlewood Road, Sheffield, S6 4HA

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復古、 手工藝術中心

- The Nichols Building

位于工业中心Shalesmoor,The Nichols Building就像隐藏在废置工厂和倉庫里的 一個復古愛好者的桃花源,置身其中一 眼就會發現阿拉丁的寶藏 – TNB拱廊 (TNB Indie Arcade)。   面積覆蓋The Nichols Building第一層, 這個家庭式經營的商場由Gill Wilson和女 兒Mollie共同打點,銷售各式精品包括 復古服飾、 黑膠唱片和古董玩具。TNB 拱廊還在一個大篷車里給顧客做一種半 永 久的紋身,樓上還有茶室,後面有供 消遣的院子,樓下還有各種各樣的家具 收藏,還有由古董Sheffield具製成的叫 做“Teawear”的珠寶設計。其中還有一 張從馬車改造而成的長椅,一張用木腳 手架和老式縫紉機架做成的桌子。   “我們基本上什麼都買,什麼都賣”, 店主說,“我最喜歡的是一條毛絨食人 魚,還剛進貨 了一個教堂講道壇。”   不管你是想來淘寶,吃個意大利 帕尼尼,還是想找個貨源自己開 個小店,TNB拱廊都能給你想要 的。他們常年招募新的賣家,所 以你要想經營自己的小店就趕快 來吧。租 用一個架子只要£5一 个月,更大的衣橱也只要£150一 个月;在拱廊场地里的租用空间 很自由,你可以选择适合自己的 摊位。  

開放時間: 週二至週日11am - 5pm 地址: TNB Indie Arcade The Nichols Building Shalesmoor Sheffield, S3 8UJ   www.thenicholsbuilding.co.uk 07973 528 495   Facebook: TNB Indie Arcade Twitter: @TNBIndieArcade Instagram: @TNB_Indie_Arcade

作者:a bb y rose

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學生住宿

一房 兩房 三房 三房 三房 四房

一 居室 ‒ Broomhill區 一 居室 -- Broomhill區 一居室 -- Broomhill區(僅餘兩套) 一居室 -- Crookesmoor區 (僅餘兩套) 一居室 -- Ecclesall Road 一居室 -- Ecclesall Road

五房 五房 五房 六房 七房 八房

一居室 ‒ Crookes區 一居室 ‒ Crookesmoor區 (僅餘兩套) 一居室 -- Broomhill區 一居室 -- Broomhill區 一居室 -- Ecclesall Road 一居室 -- Broomhill區

學生高級公寓

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咖啡的雄偉大業

我們就在Moor Foot 旁邊的Decathlon 體育精品店的入口處

營業時間

週一至週六:8 am -- 7 pm 週日:9:30 am ‒ 5 pm

課前 提 神 的 完 美 一杯! 關注我們, 隨時隨地更新優惠信息……

@cafeologysheff Cafeology Coffee Pod, Sheffield www.cafeology.com

買一贈一!

早上10點前凡購買任何容量的過濾咖啡 出示此優惠券,2014年11月期間早上10點前凡 購買原價過濾式咖啡即可免費贈送一杯。 需出示有效NUS卡才可享用該優惠

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牙齒矯正專家 給你一個微笑的理由

學生可享受優惠牙齒正畸矯治服務 梁展锋医生 Dr "Victor" Chin Fung Leung 英国注册牙齿矫正专科医生 Specialist Orthodontist 香港大学 牙科医学士 瑞典卡罗连斯加学院 牙齿矫正科专科证书 瑞典卡罗连斯加学院 医学理科硕士(牙齿矫正科) 英国爱丁堡皇家外科医学院 牙齿矫正科院士

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冬季健身

作者:radek kaias

为了让大家的健身计划不会随着冬天的降临而进入 冬眠状态,健身健美专家Radek Kalas为我们提供 了一些有用又容易操作的小建议,让我们挺身克服 夏天过后的惰性,一直到聖誕節 都保持好身材。 季節的轉換很容易讓JM們放棄治療,開始大吃大 喝,“天黑得太早了”、“太冷了”這些理由成了 放棄治療者的擋箭牌。 “還有兩個月就到派對季了,這對想保持身材的 JM們是一個很大的動力 – 但是開始容易堅持難” ,Radek Kalas說。

3.辦公室/居家健身 在秋天和冬天,身體處於堆積脂肪的狀 態,所以在工作的間隙和家裡時不時做 些小運動可以幫你甩掉幾磅體重 – 找 出你的健身光盤,又或者在家里每一小 時就做十分鐘的小運動,走路或者小跑 去上班,用樓梯代替電梯。

1. 戶外運動 戶外的低溫能夠幫助消耗更的熱量,因 為身體需要更多的能量來維持體溫。身 體習慣了低溫狀態,還有利於強免疫系 統,防止感冒生病。

4.專注目標,保持動力 專注于你的最初目標,不要偷懶;你必 須克服惰性,超越平台期。第一個星期 剛開始很容易因為天氣寒冷和夜晚的早 早降臨而放棄,但是一旦養成習慣,你 會發現付出的努力都是有回報的。

2. 穿防汗衫 戶外運動的時候肌肉的保暖很重要,不 然很難達到運動的最大效果,而且容易 產生肌肉拉傷。但是最壞的情況是過 熱,汗水堆積在衣服里。所以務必穿上 一層防汗襯衫,達到舒適健身的效果。

5.持續補充水分 不要以為沒有大太陽就可以不用時刻補 水。運動前、運動期間和運動后都需要 保持水分。運動前一小時左右攝取一品 特的水分,運動期間身邊放一瓶水,運 動后半小時后攝取半品特的水分。

如果想維持好身材,更多的專業健康和營業建議請採訪Radek Kalas的網頁:bodytransformerbootcamp.co.uk Body Transformer Bootcamp | 19 Valley Road unit 108 | Sheffield, S8 9FT

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《好的,謝謝》 作者:Amy Poehler

新書點評

2014年11 月6日新書 上架

《毛地黃夏天》 作者:Ben Aaronovitch 2014年11 月11日新 書上架 本書是皮 特·格蘭 德(Peter Grant)系 列的第五 部。格蘭 德是一個 徹頭徹尾 的倫敦警 察,前程似錦的學徒。他被迫調 到鳥不拉屎的偏遠小鎮赫里福 郡,著手調查一宗疑似涉及超自 然現象的兒童失蹤案件。格蘭德 馬上發現自己深陷這宗案子的神 秘謎團之中,當地的警察并不欣 賞他查案的倫敦腔調,堅持聲稱 這件案子與超自然現象沒有一點 關係。隨著案情逐漸浮出水面, 我們發現儘管離開了倫敦,格蘭 德的倫敦性子並沒有絲毫減少。 《覺醒》 作者:Stephen King 2014年11 月11日新 書上架  一部關於 毒癮,盲 目狂熱以 及另一端 世界的黑 暗、驚悚 小說。 故事發生 在60年代 初期的英格蘭的一個小鎮里。一 個年輕的小夥傑米·莫頓與查爾 斯·雅克布斯結識,很快因為對 電子實驗的共同沉迷建立了深厚 友誼。故事線長達50年,記錄 19 | Stu-Mag

了兩個主人翁地位與關係的變 化。傑米成為一個癮君子,而 查爾斯已經是舞台上成功的表 演家,再次相遇令兩人之間的 關係超越了連魔鬼都難以想象 的地步。 延續美國偉大作家愛倫坡、弗蘭 科·諾裡斯和霍桑的傳統,傑米 發現覺醒的更深層含義。 《化石燃料面臨的道德危機》 作者:Alex Epstein 2014年11 月13日新 書上架 謬見:化 石燃料的 使用阻礙 著發展中 國家的前 進。 事實:化 石燃料的 使用是上 百萬的發展中國家人口生活質量 得以提高的關鍵因素。限制使用 化石燃料,將會導致淨水使用人 口的數量劇減,從而人口的平均 壽命也將隨之劇減。 化石燃料很容易被誤讀為有破壞 力的能源利用…… 難道一直以來我們對化石燃料抱 有誤解?作者對一直以來我們被 灌輸被奉為真理的見解提出了質 疑。通過高端的研究技術,作者 詳細解釋并證明了自己的觀點: 繼續充分利用化石燃料不僅是一 件好事,而且有著非常充足的道 德後盾。

這是Amy Poehler發 表的第一 本書,萬 眾期待。 書里記錄 了很多她 個人經歷 的各種有 趣段子,話題包括性、愛、友情 和育兒經,甚至還有人生箴言( 值不值得聽取見仁見智!)。相 對傳統的有著開頭、經過、結尾 的敘事方式,Amy選擇性地透 過一些創意、短文、奇聞異事和 詩歌選集,展現了她如何憑藉充 滿智慧和魅力的個性,成為美國 最受歡迎的《週六夜現場》的嘉 賓之一。 《在線女孩》 作者:Zoe Sugg (又名 Zoella) 2014年11 月25日新 書上架 24歲布 萊頓紅極 一時的時 尚博客主 Zoella得 處女作。 如果你平 時有留意 時尚、街拍以及美容博客的話, 可能會聽說過Zoella。如今她將 向粉絲們展現她的另一項才能, 透過一本書關於一個……博客主 故事的書!主人公Penny是一個 博客主,平時在網上記錄跟男孩 的戀愛筆記,學校趣聞,家裡的 荒唐事以及無奈被帶去紐約的經 歷。然而在紐約,她遇見了迷人 的吉他手Noah,從此博客上記 錄的全是她對Noah的愛慕的每 時每刻,然而,Noah的小秘密 很可能會令Penny的博客毀於一 旦,甚至破壞掉她一段最親密 的友情。


新片快遞 國家大劇院現場回場演出: 科學怪人 2014年10月30日上映

賽琳娜 又名:愛情夜小曲 / 塞麗娜

卷福(本尼迪克特·坎伯巴奇)和強尼李·米勒 聯袂主演,為了滿足大眾需求, 這部根據瑪麗· 雪萊的經典哥特式故事改編, 2011年由丹尼•博 伊爾製作的舞台劇即將返回屏幕。弗蘭肯斯坦博 士憑藉千錘百煉的科學能力和電療法,創造了他 認為是一個 “可憐蟲”的醜陋生物。這個無辜的 生物遭到了他的創造者和社會的排斥,而他在質 疑生命本身意義的同時,鍥而不捨地要求弗蘭肯 斯坦博士給出答案。每日電訊報評將這部擁有現 代化特色的經典小說描述為“城裡最發自內心的 和令人驚嘆的精彩表演”。

詹妮弗·勞倫斯再次向我們證明了自己不僅僅局 限于在《飢餓遊戲》里呈現的堅強正直的動作片 女英雄形象。這部20年代大蕭條時期的背景設在 北卡羅萊納州,與影片同名女主人翁賽琳娜(詹 妮弗·勞倫斯飾演)發現了丈夫(布萊德利·庫 珀飾演)隱藏充滿細節的過去以及自己無法生育 的事實后,意識到自己置身於一個充滿戲劇性的 不解謎團中。根據羅恩·拉什2008年同名小說 改變,由蘇珊·比爾執導,賽琳娜這一角色被稱 為“抑鬱時代的麥克白夫人”。這不是勞倫斯和 庫珀第一次合作,絕對值得期待。

梵蒂岡博物館 3D

模仿遊戲

2014年11月18日上映

安東尼·保盧奇執導,專業的隊伍帶你探索梵蒂 岡的每個角落拍攝而成的大型作品終於上映了! 有史以來最罕見的藝術稀品將會以3D形式展現在 大家面前。高度先進的3D拍攝技術可以讓觀眾如 臨其境,真切感受梵蒂岡博物館的現場氛圍,並 且清楚觀賞各種珍奇文物,包括米開朗琪羅的古 典雕塑、達芬奇和喬托的現代繪畫。

2014年10月24日上映

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根據傳奇密碼破譯者艾倫·圖靈的生平故事改 編,由莫騰·泰杜姆執導,這部戰時驚險電影為 我們講述了圖靈(卷福,本尼迪克特·坎伯巴奇 飾演)在二戰最黑暗的時期與時間賽跑,協助軍 方破解德國的密碼系統的故事。圖靈對促進二戰 提早結束做出了巨大貢獻,眾所周知。電影還講 述了圖靈早年不愉快的寄宿學校經歷以及後來因 其同性戀傾向而遭到的政府迫害。值得一提的演 員陣容還包括凱拉·奈特莉和馬修·古迪。

飢餓遊戲3 自由梦幻(上) 又名:飢餓遊戲終極篇:自由夢幻1(港)/ 飢餓 遊戲3:嘲笑鳥(上) 2014年10月20日上映

霍尼:洛杉磯現場

極限賽結束后,凱尼斯·伊夫狄恩(詹妮弗·勞 倫斯飾演)回歸,將世紀極限賽帶入新的高潮。 反抗政府的革命序幕正在拉開,由凱尼斯領導。 但是她是否足夠堅強成為反抗者的“學舌鳥”( 為你我傳話)?改編自蘇珊·柯林斯著作的同名 小說第三部,由弗蘭西斯·勞倫斯執導,將為觀 眾帶來一部驚心動魄的視覺動作大片。

這部片是對圍繞著影響深遠的英國藝術家大衛· 霍尼拍攝的紀錄片的獨家預覽,包括現場問答。 從一個親密的角度描述了這位從未接受全面媒體 採訪的充滿神秘魅力的藝術家的生活。作為一個 完全曝光的出櫃的同性戀藝術家,他是如何從布 拉福德的工人階級家庭一路走向好萊塢的成功, 途中又遇到了什麼難以逾越的障礙,本片為你一 一道來。

2014年11月25日上映

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The Vamps

The Vamps作為一隻嶄露頭 角的英倫男孩組合樂隊,勢如 破竹,橫卷英國樂壇。但是是 什麼特質讓他們從眾多的組合 樂隊中脫穎而出? 他們爽朗的吉他流行音樂和洋 溢青春氣息的歌詞已經引起了 成千上萬的少女在世界各地的 關注。事實上,樂隊成立僅僅 兩年間,這些男孩們已經開始 了他們的第一次英國巡演, 如今終於來到我們謝菲爾德市 政廳開唱。 會場裡擠滿了尖叫的青少年, 而他們走上舞台的那一刻, 噪音更是近乎震耳欲聾。開 場曲目《狂野的心》(Wild Heart) - 他們最初發布在自 己的YouTube頻道上的、樂 隊的首張單曲之一 -- 觀眾們 都站起來隨歌聲起舞,一詞一 字地跟著樂隊演唱。 樂隊成員在通過各自的 YouTube頻道找到彼此后,組 成了樂隊The Vamps。吉他 手詹姆斯·麥克維,21歲, 結識了歌手布拉德利·辛普 森,20歲,隨後開始在一起 寫歌。他們倆在一個全國性的 鼓手大賽節目上看了21歲的 特里斯坦·埃文斯的試鏡演出

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后,找到了這位進入決賽的 選手。19歲的貝斯手康納· 鮑爾在同年的晚些時候也加 入了樂隊。 該樂隊有很多要感謝他們的歌 迷的地方,整場演出他們竭力 與歌迷進行互動,包括每位成 員的自我介紹,以及分享每個 人作為樂隊一員的感受。 每個成員都展示了他們的個人 才華和個性,每個成員都有搖 滾巨星的一刻,連鼓手特里斯 坦•埃文斯也進行了一場令人 印象深刻的鼓獨奏搖。 作為一個男孩樂隊的懷疑論 者,我個人對The Vamps每 個成員擁有的天賦感到非常震 驚,每個成員都有能力進行聲 樂和各種樂器的演奏。 有那麼一刻,主唱布拉德•辛 普森自己兼當鼓手和領唱, 進行一場了咬字清晰的表演。 他們的新單曲《 Oh Cecilia》 在各大榜單排名迅猛上升,連 續三次在BBC廣播電台十月份 進行的一個青少年頒獎典禮獲 獎,可以說,他們正走在成 功的路上。 作者:Samantha Davison


State Champs

The Acoustic Things

被譽為是最優秀的首張流行 朋克專輯,State Champs 自2013年發表《The Finer Things》以來就受到了來自 全國各地的如潮好評。這隻來 自紐約的五人組合樂隊帶著即 將發表的小清新無裝飾新專 輯《The Acoustic Things》 ,以更個性化地形式詮釋 了“The Finer Things”這首 歌以及另外兩首新單曲。 主唱Derek Discanio的聲音本 身就是一種樂器,他在首張 單曲“Elevated”里展現了其 音域之寬。他從即將破碎的 感情中和從未說出的話中汲取 靈感,在為和聲發出咆哮之前 透過聲線表達出情感的脆弱 性。用不插電吉他,樂隊安 排了更柔和細膩的鋼琴伴奏 以及和音 – 結果出來異常的 柔和成熟。 但是State Champs並沒有 放棄使得他們上一張專輯大 獲成功的充滿活力和衝擊力 的表演形式。相反的,他們

只不過先通過歌迷的最愛例 如“Deadly Conversation” 和“Simple Existence”,慢 慢地構建高潮,直到最後再憑 藉Discanio一流的聲音爆發出 樂隊的本色。 多虧了自發表專輯《The Finer Things》來較多的調整 時間,樂隊創作出兩首新單 曲“Leave You in the Dark” 和“If I’m Lucky”。如 果實在要雞蛋裡頭挑骨頭的 話,新專輯《The Acoustic Things》里五首舊單曲過於 依賴陳詞濫調的抒情,但是 最後兩首單曲則顯示了令人 激動的進步。“Leave You in the Dark”寫得非常美,顯示 了樂隊憑藉吉他彈奏和微妙合 成音而流離于朋克式流行樂的 能力。從他們產出音樂作品的 一年來,樂隊看起來囊獲了 不少粉絲。 作者:Tom Asker

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Levi Roots 《紙上談英》有幸採訪到音樂人兼傳奇美食家,LEVI ROOTS 作者:Jessica Fogarty

如何用一句話形容你自己? 我是個虔誠的拉斯塔法里教徒, 到處傳播警示名言鼓勵你為自己 創出一番作為。 是誰給了你靈感? Bob Marley和我奶奶,我所有關 於食物的知識都是她教我的。 Reggae Reggae sauce的創造靈 感來自哪裡? 我意識到英國的加勒比菜系存在 著一個商機。我從奶奶那裡學會 了這種開胃小菜的配方,但是我 覺得把它做成液態味道更好 – 於是我開發了這種調料并為其寫 了首歌 – “太美味了以至於我 必須叫兩次它的名字”。我帶著 這種調料和我的吉他跑遍了倫敦 的每一個超市。 有想過這種調料會世界聞名么? 超越茄汁一直是我的目標。 你做過的最瘋狂的事情是什麼? 上英國商業投資真人秀節目《龍 穴》(Dragon’s Den),我的

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孩子們都勸我不要去,因為怕我 讓他們丟臉,但是我沒管他們。 我還記得當時我站在那裡,唱著 我的歌,心裡嘀咕著“不知道 他們會不會喜歡我?”,然后 我就瞄到那個矮個的澳大利亞富 翁在無意識地跳舞 – 我把這種 舞步叫做“白人吉格無”—一種 類似不跟節奏的舞步。就在那時 我鬆了一口氣心想:“他們喜歡 我”。我成功俘虜了其中兩條“ 龍”的心然後獲得了Peter Jones 和Richard Farleigh5萬鎊的投 資資金。 Reggae Reggae sauce這個品牌 是怎麼發展到如今的? 這一路走了很長時間 –如今它 是一個價值6000萬鎊的品牌, 產品類型多達50種。對於我一 個11歲從牙買加來到這裡當時 連自己名字都不會拼的人來說 已經是很不錯的成就。我們很 快就開始在餐館銷售了,包括 Sheffield,一定要關注! 給我們透露一個關於自己的小 秘密? 我出生的本名叫Keith但是我看 起來完全不像是一個叫Keith的 人,或者一個蘇格蘭白種人比

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15年間6張專輯,這隻四人組合的朋克搖滾樂隊從伊 利諾伊州到芝加哥市,終於將在今年11月3日來到 Sheffield!主要因為對國際進步組織例如國際特設組 織、善待動物組織和“It Gets Better”項目的大力支持 而聞名,這些樂隊成員清楚自己的道德立場和政治立 場。正是他們堅持自我的信念使得樂隊的專輯獲得了超 過400萬銷量的成功,從而使該樂隊成為世界上最受崇 敬的朋克搖滾樂隊! 自從1999年成立原名為Transistor Revolt的樂隊以來, 他們走過了漫長的道路,如今終於有機會在英國O2大 劇院進行演出。有人評價他們為新硬核朋克、朋克搖 滾、硬核朋克。然而新專輯《the black market》該樂 隊不僅僅是一隻硬核/朋克組合,他們完全有能力寫出 既朗朗上口又富含深意的歌曲。 毋庸置疑,演出當晚的曲目包括廣受喜愛的經 典“Prayer of the Refugee”、“Re-Education (Through Labour)”和“Saviour”,以及一些令人 耳目一新的新專輯單曲。值得一提的是“Tragedy & Time”和“Beautiful Indifference”。 晚上7點開始入場@ O2 Academy Sheffield // 11月3日 星期一// Ticketmaster購票£25起 作者:Mica A ntony

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Jamal Edwards 從青少年時的業餘電影製作 者到23歲的百萬富翁 他是一個引起了政界,商界 領袖,甚至皇室的眼球來自 西倫敦的小夥。 青年廣播頻道SB.TV的創建 者,Jamal Edwards已迅速 成為一個白手起家的千萬富 翁,被星期日泰晤士報評上 年輕富豪榜的榜單。 他曾經採訪首相戴維·卡梅 倫,在推出女王的青年領袖 計劃時,出現在威廉王子和 哈里的第一個皇家自拍里; 另外,由於贏得了維珍媒體 先鋒大賽的英國最創新企業 家的殊榮,理查德·布蘭森 爵士當然也是他的朋友。 而且他才23歲!不賴吧? 《紙上談英》邀來Jamal Edwards,他正好來Sheffield 參加年度商務節,MADE 2014。 從開頭給我們講講你的故 事? 我的成功要歸功於我媽媽, 在我15歲的那年聖誕節她給 我買了第一臺攝影機。我開 始拍攝狐狸、蟲子然後上傳 到YouTube,意外地得到了 數以千計的點擊率。 於是我持續拍攝野生動物, 但是很快我就意識到我不可 能一輩子都呆在西倫敦的政 府房里幹這件事。 我有很多朋友是國會議員於 是我開始拍攝他們,但是我

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你的商業偶像是誰? 理查德•布蘭森爵士和Dr Dre,他們兩個人我都見 過,他們鼓舞為自己的理想 奮鬥。 對於想創業的年輕企業家們 有什麼建議? 找到適合自己的商機。你需 要為一個尚未被解決的問題 提供解決方案。不要輕言放 棄。可以找到自己的人生導 師也是件很有幫助的事,但 是要有心理準備面對挫折。 必須要投入 – 你將會有無 盡的壓力,沒有多少空閒的 時間。 目前為止遇到最大的商業挑 戰是什麼? 跟稅務局打交道。管理出一 筆好的賬目很重要。學校沒 有教你要這麼做但是每個人 都需要管好自己的賬。每個 想要創立自己事業的人事先 都要做好財務方面的調查。 作者:Jessica F ogarty

跟我們介紹一下你的新 作,BITE TV? BITE TV的廣告宣傳片很快 就推出了。我覺得現在的信 息並沒有以年輕人能夠理解 的方式進行傳播,所以這個 事為年輕人推出的平台。比 方說毒品、恐同這種話題并 沒有通過一種正確的方式面

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