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We’re excited to have one of the most talked about names in music grace our cover this issue. In less than a year, American songstress Meghan Trainor has gone from being a successful, but relatively unknown songwriter, to being a Grammy nominated global star. Don’t miss our interview on p10. We’ve also managed to grab a chat with singer-songwriter Lucy Rose, ahead of first UK headline tour which stops off in Sheffield this month. The Brit born musician reveals how she’s ready to stand up on stage and take a P6 WHAT’S APPENIN? new direction with her next album. See our interview on P10 MEGHAN TRAINOR p16. Aside from music, we’ve got P16 LUCY ROSE previews of the latest film and P20 Music book releases; gaming and app reviews; food reviews at P24 FILMS & BOOKS Ed’s Easy Diner and Haggler’s Corner Cafe; trend reports P28 FOOD from Meadowhall’s fashion P30 FASHION expert; beauty reviews, listings and more. Enjoy! P36 BUSINESS P33

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15 Hours to Tackle Racism Saturday 14 March 2015 3pm – Sunday 15 March 2015, 6am U-Mix Centre 15 Hours to Tackle Racism is a 15 hour overnight endurance football match to raise awareness and money for Football Unites Racism Divides! Football Unites Racism Divides is a youth and social inclusion project and charity based in Sheffield. The charity works locally, nationally and internationally to combat racism and increase understanding between different communities. http://www.furd.org Each team will consist of approximately 20 players who will rotate on and off the pitch throughout the match. The event is aimed at both males and females over the age of 18.  Please arrive at the U-Mix Centre by 2pm in order to register. The organisers kindly ask that you raise a minimum of £20 sponsorship, all of which will go straight to the charity. Once you have signed up, as email will be sent with further details on how to donate to the Just Giving page.  www.justgiving.com/teams/tackleracism15

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Taekwondo Monday 9 March 2015, 5.30pm-8pm Foundry Taekwondo, ‘the way of foot to hand,’ is a Korean martial art that focusses on kicking, jumping and spinning whilst combining self-defence, sport and exercise. Come down and give this Olympic sport a go. All levels are welcome. Wear loose clothing and bring a bottle of water.  Price: £3.

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Off The Shelf presents Wioletta Greg Monday 9 March 2015, 8pm-10pm Wioletta Greg, poet, writer and translator from Southern Poland will be talking about her new collection Finite Formulae & Theories of Chance. This event is an excellent opportunity for anyone interested in Polish literature, poetry fans and history buffs alike, a chance to witness a new perspective on key events of the last century and to enjoy the Polish language. The event is organised by Off the Shelf Festival of Words supported by University of Sheffield Arts Enterprise and Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) Price: £4 / £3 (concs) For more info on Sheffield Hallam events visit www.shu.ac.uk/events or email: studentsunion@shu.ac.uk and for sheffield uni events tickets.sheffieldstudentsunion.com

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Sounding as she does and citing sinatra as an es influence? Who the hell do ? Meghan Trainor think she is ollowing her global super-smash hit single, ‘All About That Bass’, Meghan Trainor returned to the limelight early 2015 with the release of her second single, ‘Lips Are Movin’. With an unmistakable sound, this track is another tasty slice of her unique contemporary take on doo-wop influenced pop. While the song may be caked in Meghan’s sunny feel-good sentiment, the underlying theme is once again close to many a girl’s heart – calling out promiscuous, unfaithful men. Late January also saw the release of her debut album ‘Title’ – one of the most highly anticipated albums of 2015. It looks like the bubbly American songstress is set to cement her position as the most exciting new pop star on the planet. Student Mag finds out how, in less than a year, Meghan Trainor has gone from being a successful, but relatively unknown songwriter, to being a Grammy nominated global star… At just 21 years old, you must be so proud of

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your achievements? For the rest of my life, I’ll be introduced as ‘Grammy nominated Meghan Trainor’. That’s fricking epic. What has been the biggest highlight of the past year? I just had a new one! My birthday was everything. I had an arena of 20,000 people sing Happy Birthday to me ‘cause of Nick Jonas. Who I’m like, the biggest fan of. You’ve also had artists like Beyoncé saying that they’re fans of your music. Yeah, that, that was huge for me! And Michael Bublé did a cover of ‘All About That Bass’ on Instagram. How did you feel about that? I’m obsessed with him. One of my goals in life, like off my bucket list, is make sure Michael Bublé knows I exist and like the fact that he sang my song I died. I saw it on Instagram and I was just, I remember I was lying in bed and I just got up and was like ‘MUM did you see it?’ she


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was like ‘I SAW IT, I SAW IT!’. I’ve been to like five concerts maybe, and his was one and I cried. I was like ‘oh he’s so good on track, he’s probably terrible live’. And he was better live. He’s so funny. ‘All About That Bass’ has become a global hit and was #1 here for 4 weeks. Did you have a bit of an inkling that it was going be so successful when you were writing it? We did ‘All About That Bass’ and we shelved it. I was like ‘cool song, whatever. No one’s gonna hear this. No pop star can sing this ‘cause they’re all fricking size zero’s and no one can rap and sing’. So the fact that this was probably my biggest song of life, it was one of those, I had no clue. And what you hear today is what the demo is. No auto tune or nothing, I walked out of the studio and that’s what I heard and that’s what plays every day. Have you been out anywhere and heard your song playing? Yeah, it’s weird. I was home on my island and I went to a sushi place. I walk in and ‘Lips Are Movin’ is playing and five minutes later ‘Bass’ plays, and then ‘Lips’ plays again. And I was just like ‘damn I’m famous. Like it’s real’. Do you remember where you were the first time you heard your song on the radio? Yeah, ‘All About That Bass’. I was with my producer we were in Nashville. And I was just balling – not because it was the first time, but ‘cause it sounded good! And I thought it was gonna sound so bad on the radio, ‘cause distortion but it sounded great! How excited are you to have a duet with John Legend on the album? 12 | Stu-Mag

I produced that! I was very proud of myself and I was like ‘I need one song on here that I’ve produced because I’ve been a producer since 13, give me somethin’! And yeah, I got a lot of crap for putting like ‘Bang Dem Sticks’ and ‘3am’ on there because they’re like, ‘it’s not Doo Wop’ and I was like I don’t care! I’m a songwriter, and these are my favourite songs and I’m a fan of this so I’m gonna put this out. The album was also co-written and produced by Kevin Kadish, who has some amazing songs in his back catalogue. ‘Stuck’ by Stacie Orrico, for one. Ahhh! Listen, I was his biggest fan as a songwriter and he did Jason Mraz too. He did ‘Geek In The Pink’ and he did ‘It’s all about the wordplay’, that one, Dude! So I walked in there trying to be cool and was like… ‘I listen I rap’, he was like ‘okay’, I was like ‘and I like Doo Wop’ he was like ‘cool’, and I was like ‘and I’m not a size two’! And then we wrote about it and we were like ‘do you like it?’ he was like ‘I like it dude’ I like it. But I was such a fan, like to the end of the album I kept telling him ‘I’m still star-struck by you’. It’s crazy and no one gives him enough credit and that’s why this is a big moment for him too like, I’m just so happy he’s on this. It’s just amazing to see his face at these number one parties; it’s just like what the hell. Name your favourite tracks by other artists? Any you wish you’d

have written? ‘Halo’ by Beyoncé. What. A. Song. I was thinking about it this morning like damn, those lyrics. ‘Remember those walls I built, baby they’re tumbling down’. Also ‘Mistletoe’ by Justin Bieber. Thought that was one of the best Christmas songs I’ve ever heard! So, how’s it been, flying around the world and visiting loads of different countries? It’s amazing. It’s one of those things that at 21 years old, I can say I’ve been to Australia, Germany, Italy, Sweden and the UK. And a lot of 21 year olds can’t say that. They can say they’ve studied abroad but in one place. Have you got a favourite country that you’ve visited so far? This ones the prettiest, and I’m not saying that ‘cause you’re here! This one reminds me of Germany

for some reason, my view was exactly the same. But the food in Germany was outstanding. Do you bring any home comforts with you to have on the road? I have a stuffed animal named Paddles that I recently got – It’s a Penguin. He’s kinda famous on Instagram. I bring him everywhere. He’s great. Also, my mums jewellery, ‘cause they can never come with me, but I love


looking at these to remind of them. She designed them and everything, and [points to gold ring, with three jewels] it’s of me and two brothers so it’s like a symbol. Then my father made this one [points to bracelet]. He was a musician forever, and then he was just like ‘I want to be a jeweller’. Your Dad must be very proud of you, especially considering he was a musician. Yeah, he was a band teacher at one point but he has always said ‘make sure whatever job you choose, just be the best at it’, so he’ll always win like ‘the best jeweller on Nantucket’ and then getting the Grammy’s I’m kinda like, best song of the year, best. Did it! What’s next for you? The tour in April. It’s gonna be my year to really get people, let people start to know Meghan Trainor and who she is and what she’s about. And I’m so excited. 2014 was pretty epic… I think 2015, there’ll be more special performances that I haven’t done yet like Saturday Night Live or stuff. Meghan Trainor’s debut album, TITLE, is out now.

If you happen to pass by any of these venues, stick your head in, eh? Apr 9th Manchester, Ritz Apr 10th Glasgow, O2 ABC Apr 11th Birmingham, Institute Apr 13th London, O2 Shepherds Bush Empire

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Stu-Mag meets singer-songwriter, Lucy Rose, ahead of her second album release and her first UK headline tour which stops-off in Sheffield later this month… Words: Jessica Fogarty e’re excited to welcome you to The Plug, Sheffield, on March 20. What should we expect from your show? I’ll be playing my aptly named track ‘Sheffield’ as well as nine or ten new tracks. I’ll also be standing up on stage for the first time. If you’ve seen me perform before you’ll know that I always sit on a stool and sing with my guitar. But I’m ready to move the stool, stand up on stage and face the audience. How does it feel to be embarking on your own UK headline tour? It’s so exciting. It still takes me by surprise when I see the figures for ticket sales. It’s so surreal that people will pay to see me perform. What should we expect from your second album released (Soft Control on March 9th) later this year? I’ve released a single – ‘Cover Up’ – which indicates the change in direction for this album. It’s very different from my debut album – more electric and lively but the feeling remains. I’ve included a lot of electric guitar and I play piano for the first time. Do you have a favourite performing venue? The smaller the better. I’m pretty creepy. I like to have eye contact with my audience – it helps me connect. I hate it when you can’t see faces in a crowd. I like to pick out each face individually so I love any intimate venue where this can happen. How would you describe your music? Foot tapping beats mostly. Each song describes a different emotion so it’s hard to summarise.

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Are you playing any festivals this summer? It’s yet to be confirmed. I’d love to play Glasto, though. If you weren’t singing, what would you be doing? I’d do other things if need be but I’ve never questioned my singing career. I always write a song and see if it gets me anywhere. I don’t take anything for granted because you don’t know how long success will last. Who or what inspires you? Old, classic song writers. People like Carole King and Neil Young. What’s your proudest achievement? I wrote every song on my album. I wanted to take control 100 per cent and I’m really proud of that. What do you get up to when you’re not working? I don’t live a very rock ‘n’ roll life. I walk in the Cotswolds mostly. It’s very boring but that’s what I do. What should we expect from you following the tour and album launch? I’m just waiting to see what happens. After the release of my debut album, I had the opportunity to travel as far as Singapore to perform. I never expected that level of interest outside of the UK. Hopefully this album will be a success and enable me to travel again. www.musicglue.com/lucyrose Catch Lucy at Plug on the 20th March


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THE ANSWER Raise A Little Hell Release date March 9th, 2015

Northern Irish rockers, The Answer, are set to release their new album Raise a Little Hell worldwide this March. Produced by Spanish producer Guillermo ‘Will’ Maya and recorded in his Madrid studio over summer 2014, the album was also mixed by Chris Sheldon (Foo Fighters, Biffy Clyro, Garbage) in London, winter 2014. Cormac Neeson from the band commented: “We’re delighted to announce our new album Raise A Little Hell. This is a special record that reflects a return to the hard ass blues rock ‘n’ roll we hold so dear. This album truly showcases who we are and the best of The Answer in full flow. We can’t wait for you all to hear it!” The first single from the album is Red and was penned by Nashville writers Neil Mason (The Cadillac

Three) and Tyler Bryant. Red was one of two previously penned songs that The Answer very much wanted to record as part of the Raise A Little Hell album and to give their own unique sound to. The single video will be directed by Darren Lee from Maverick Renegade Productions and features uniquely designed ‘Monster’ costumes created by Belfast based Christine Boyle whose design credits include Game Of Thrones and Universal’s Your Highness. The Answer will embark on a 40 date headline UK and European club tour followed by a series of summer festivals and soon to be announced US tour plans!

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The Answer 2015 Raise A Little Hell UK tour comes to The Corporation Sheffield on March 21st.


Upping The Ante: Wu-Tang Clan and Basement Jaxx are among the new additions to Tramlines 2015

Sheffield’s annual inner-city music festival, Tramlines, is thrilled to announce the first two waves of artists for its 2015 event, which will take place in multiple venues and outdoor spaces across the city from Friday 24 to Sunday 26 July. First wave announcements included Buzzcocks, Sugarhill Gang, Melle Mel & Scorpio, Martha Reeves, Dutch Uncles, Slaves, Jagaara, Marika Hackman, Roman Flugel and Blanck Mass, whilst the second wave adds Wu-Tang Clan, Basement Jaxx, The Charlatans, Erol Alkan, Mike Skinner, and Rolo Tomassi (among others). Whilst the Wu-Tang Clan’s appearances can be patchy, we are assured by Tramlines’ PR manager Alex Deadman that we’ll see “all living members” but “no holographic ODB”, which is a shame. Phew. Another stormer, then. Also, for the first time, the main stage will not be on Devonshire Green, but instead will be situated at the much larger Ponderosa in Netherthorpe. The 2015 event comes hot on the heels of Tramlines’ biggest year yet, with performances from Public Enemy, Sister Sledge, The Cribs, Katy B and over 200 other artists having made 2014’s festival a truly unforgettable weekend for 100,000 festival-goers. The early artists announced for Tramlines 2015 point towards another unforgettable weekend in the making, and with it come some true music legends.

Tramlines festival director Sarah Nulty said: “The 2014 lineup was one of our best ever so we knew we’d set the bar high for this year, and we think we’ve done it again with the legendary likes of Buzzcocks and Sugarhill Gang. We pride ourselves on being a ‘discovery’ festival where people can seek out established talent alongside breaking talent and are excited to share more big and brand-new names for the festival.” Tickets for Tramlines 2015 are available from www.tramlines. org.uk and cost just £30 for all three days, making it one of the most competitively priced festivals around. Where else can you see international legends alongside the UK’s most in-demand new talent for less money? Sheffielders can also pay a visit to The Harley, the University of Sheffield’s Student Union box office, the Leadmill, City Hall or O2 Academy to pay in person. For up-to-the-minute information about Tramlines 2015, visit www.tramlines.org.uk or follow Tramlines on Twitter @tramlines Stu-Mag | 21


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Words: Ethan Tellett

Get Hard out 27th March Funnyman Kevin Hart is charged with the task of preparing comedy giant Will Ferrell for life in jail. Millionaire hedge fund manager James King (Will Ferrell) faces a 10-year stretch in the notorious San Quentin jail for fraud and embezzlement. Fearful of what awaits him behind bars, King turns to car wash boss Darnell Lewis (Kevin Hart) to teach him how to survive life ‘on the inside’. The catch? Darnell is a lawabiding citizen who has never been to prison. Hilarity ensues in this cultureclash caper that lives up to the billing of its star-studded cast.

Fast and Furious 7  Out 3rd April

Everyone’s favourite speedster franchise returns for a seventh instalment, with Jason Statham gunning for Vin Diesel and the gang following the demise of his brother in the Brit-based prequel. With parachuting cars and an assault on an armoured truck, FF7 packs a punch for petrol heads, whilst the introduction of ‘Saw’ director James Wan is enough to tempt any thriller fan to the box office. Extra credit to Paul Walker’s brothers for stepping in to help. 24 | Stu-Mag

Unfinished Business

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Vince Vaughn, Tom Wilkinson and Dave Franco are in Europe to seal the business deal of their lives, until the trip goes off the rails in every way possible. The corporate visit adopts as frat-party feel as the gang’s drunkenness and debauchery takes them from global economic summit to sex fetish festival. If you loved Vaughn in ‘Old School’ and Franco in ‘Bad Neighbours’, you’ll swoon at the antics as part of the ‘best business trip ever’.

The second film in Veronica Roth’s ‘Divergent’ trilogy raises the stakes as Tris (Shailene Woodley) and Four (Theo James) question why their world has been left in a state of dystopia. Racing against time, the fugitives on-the-run must find out what Tris’s family have sacrificed their lives to protect, and why the Erudite leaders will do anything to stop them. Now in full-swing, this franchise will send you on emotional roller-coaster as our heroes face one impossible challenge after another.

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Tired of slaving through Senior Year, Max Cantrell sets up Liars, Inc. – the go-to guide for students seeking forged permission slips and convincing cover stories. The company, proving popular, bears fruit for Max and his associates, until a white lie on behalf of a friend ends in a manhunt that frames Max as the murderer. Can Max find the real killer before he goes to prison for a crime he didn’t commit? Paula Stokes writes brilliantly in this twisted tale that proves honesty really is the best policy.

Danielle Paige’s Wizard of Oz spin-off series proved hugely popular when she penned ‘Dorothy Must Die’ in April last year. In 2015’s sequel ‘The Wicked Will Rise’, heroine Amy Gumm must do everything in her power to kill Dorothy and free Oz. Paige turns the original fable on its head as Amy is forced to remove the tin man’s heart, steal the scarecrow’s brain and take the lion’s courage. The book takes a sincere turn when Amy learns that Oz’s existence is threatening the future of her home in Kansas.

Sisters Dara and Nick used to be inseparable, before an accident leaves Dara’s beautiful face scarred and the two sisters totally estranged. Wracked with guilt at their separation, Nick is distraught when Dara goes missing, along with nine-year-old Madeline Snow. Convinced that the two disappearances are linked, Nick has to find her sister before it’s too late. With echos of the popular ‘Gone Girl’ throughout, this intriguing novel is sure to be spotted in student dorms in 2015.

Auburn Reed’s jobhunt takes a romantic turn when she leaves her résumé with an enigmatic artist at her local gallery. Not one for risk-taking, Auburn puts her heart on the line as she falls for her mystery man, Owen Gentry. But Owen is keeping secrets, and the magnitude of his past is threatening to destroy everything. As Auburn grows ever and further distant, Owen is forced to confess. But in this case, the confession could be much more destructive than the actual sin.

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a rumoured haven in Chicago, Zel hears the voice of the boy who traded himself for her sister’s safety. Zel’s desperate attempt to find the boy behind the voice leads to an unexpected discovery. There’s more to their genetic mutations than they ever imagined... aspects that make them wonder if they might be accepted by the outside world after all. Stu-Mag | 25


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BURGERS & BEATS @ ED’S EASY DINER Words: Jessica Fogarty Aptly named, Ed’s Easy Diner is a relaxed, retro classic American Diner. Ok, so you may be situated in Sheffield’s busiest shopping centre but when you hit play on your personal juke box, you step back in time to the 1950s. We slide in to a retro red leather booth and select some Elvis Presley classics while we browse the menu. Choose from more than ten varieties of hamburger, fried chicken, hotdogs, salads and diner favourites including a pulled pork sub plate, the full Ed’s breakfast or heart-warming beef chilli. If you want to indulge, you’re in for a treat. Dishes are sold ‘solo’ – on their own – or as an ‘Ed’s 28 | Stu-Mag

Plate’ – with fries, onion, rings and coleslaw. The chefs are certainly not shy with their portions. Our order of the Ed’s Plate Big Bubba bacon ‘n’ cheese is more than enough for a small elephant. The burger is made from fully traceable Farm Assured beef and grilled to perfection in Ed’s famous toasted sesame seed bun they’ve been serving since 1987. But if you’re not happy about using your entire daily calorie allowance in one meal, then you’ll be happy to hear there are some female-friendly, calorieconscious choices on there too. Choose from Skinny Ed’s – any of the hamburgers served with salad, vinaigrette and no bun;

veggie burgers; grilled chicken and salads. We opt for the chicken Dijon salad – a deep bowl of chicken breast goujons and bacon bits on a bed of romaine lettuce with a honey and mustard dressing. We like that you can peek through the open kitchen and watch the chef’s freshly preparing your meal. It’s clear to see the customer favourites – the team are inundated with orders of bulging beef burgers and towering tumblers of milkshakes. If you’ve room for dessert then check out the diner’s dessert and milkshake menu. There’s a Kit-Kat choco-lat sundae’, brownies and pancakes Oreo, Peanut Butter and Nutella shake flavours. If it’s not too busy when you visit, be sure to grab a booth rather than a table to get the full Ed’s Easy Diner experience. Only the booths come equipped with the Dime Selector Juke Box where you pay 20p to hear your favourite hit. Go indulge in burgers and beats for yourself. Ed’s Easy Diner The Oasis, Meadowhall Shopping Centre, Sheffield, S9 1EP


Rustic CHarm @ Kaffihús Words: Jessica Fogarty We’re welcomed with the smell of freshly brewed coffee and a big friendly smile from the waiter who waves us over. He points above his head to the hand written menu which features a selection of tempting sandwich fillings, a daily special of home-made soup, the seasonal dish of the day – maple pancake stack – as well as more than ten blends of tea and fairtrade coffees. The whole menu sounds delicious but we’re immediately distracted by the choice of cakes and pastries sitting right in front of us on the counter. We manage to retain some self-control and order a main course first. We go for the New York sandwich (£2.80) – a towering filling of pastrami, smoked ham, gherkins, emmental cheese with

mayo and mustard between two chunky slabs of fresh bread – and the seasoned scrambled eggs on seeded bread (£3.90) with two skinny lattes (£4.40). Plentiful portions of good quality grub at very reasonable prices. Almost every seat in the café is taken with a mix of friends and couples – a group of students budge up on the sofa to kindly make room for us. We’re friendly us Sheffield folk, aren’t we? The café has a chilled vibe – a mix of comfy sofas and tables fill the cosy room – decorated with work by local artists and overhanging bunting. We love the shabby chic look.

We’ll be back soon, for sure. Located within the creative courtyard of Haggler’s Corner, the café sits beneath the walls of the antiques centre, yoga studios and workshops of local artists and craftsmen – not to mention a certain rival magazine. Kaffihus is open seven days per week from 10am-5pm with free Wifi. It’s the ideal stop-off for a working lunch or take advantage of the delivery service and have your lunch brought to you if you’re local. Outdoor catering is also available plus the hire of the function room at Hagglers Corner.

We love the shabby chic look. We’ll be back soon, for sure.

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ress up your denim for nights out with a tuxedo jacket and Chelsea boots a la Cara Delevingne for TOPSHOP. G-Star in House of Fraser has some amazing Boyfriend Jeans in too (voted by Vogue magazine as the best Boyfriend fit of the year recently). They fit closer to the leg and taper toward the ankle while still offering that casual slouchy look but see them as an investment! Head-to-toe denim looks both retro and current thanks to its 70s twist but it’s a look being championed in the fashion world right now. My advice is to mix tones so if you wear a dark rinse on top, wear a lighter one on the bottom so as to not overdo it. This works with both men and women and, so long as you have great-fitting pieces, most people can wear it. If that’s not for you, team 70s style flares with a swing cami, wooden stack heels and a floppy hat for the ultimate hippychic vibe. If you’re on a strict budget, get the hat and a fringed messenger bag and this will add the elements to update your wardrobe cost effectively. Miss Selfridge, Primark, Warehouse, Dorothy Perkins, the newly refurbished TOPSHOP and River Island all have some perfect pieces. Look our for jumpsuits too, they’re back once again pushing the 70s look further so pull that out from the back of your wardrobe.

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New Look Sleeveless jacket

£34.99 Primark Bonded scuba mac

£23

90s Slogans

It’s still apt to wear slogans across your chest with sassy t-shirts but this season, many are wearing them on their sleeve with the latest clutch bags. New Look and Miss Selfridge have some quirky designs in.


Dorothy Perkins Pink suede tassel bag

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Dorothy Perkins Tan felt floppy hat

£14

Primark Denim swing cami

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Utilitarian

New Look Rose gold ‘party’ clutch

Edgy Pastels

Pastels are in vogue every spring summer but this year, they get a more grown up, edgy appeal with denser, duskier hues. This counts for your wardrobe and your makeup. I love the dusky lilac and rose nail polishes (Superdrug’s Barry M has an entire on-trend palette to choose from at a snip), plus the pastel clothing this time around uses quilting and bonded fabric to add a more structured cut with those utilitarian strong lines. Love!

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This look brings a more tailored look of strong lines and sharp suiting, fitted leather and a more neutral tonal palette using navy, black, grey and white. It suits the city slicker who wants a more polished finish to his or her look. Sleeveless jackets and tunics are everywhere right now and smarten up a simple peg trouser and white tee combo when you want to impress. Team with an Aztec or fringed statement necklaces and cut-out brogues.

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Do you have any special festival memories? Something that’ll stay with you for the rest of your days? “Watching Blur play in my hometown back in Italy is a memory I will never forget.”

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Will you be going to Sheffield’s Tramlines festival this year?

Who would you love to see added to the Tramlines line-up this year?

“I’ve only ever been to foreign festivals but would go to Tramlines for the right act. I’m a big jazz fan.”

“I’m quite mainstream. I loved Creamfields so any dance act would be good. But the dream is to see Eminem live.”

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“I’ve only just found out about this festival but will definitely “David’s Tent is 72 hours of non- suggest it to my housemates stop music. I got no sleep but and see who fancies it.” had the time of my life.”

TIM “I’ve been to Creamfields but I don’t remember a thing. So I must have had a good time!”

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“Someone I’ve never heard of. I’m into alternative music so would love it if Tramlines could introduce me to something new.”

“I’m a Tramlines regular and will be going again this summer. You’ll find me in the Folk Forest at Endcliffe Park.”

“I’m not fussed about the music. It’s more about who you go with.”

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Stu Mag meets YouTube sensation, Fleur De Force, to find out more about the success of her blog and ‘must-have’ lifestyle bible… eauty and fashion YouTube Sensation, Fleur De Force, stopped off in Sheffield during February to launch her debut book ‘Glam Guide’. There was no surprise that dozens of fans from all over Yorkshire flocked to the signing in WH Smith, Meadowhall; Fleur is one of the country’s most noteworthy vloggers (video bloggers), she has 1.5 million subscribers on YouTube, 435,000 followers on Instagram and 200,000 followers on Twitter. How did the idea of beauty blogging and vlogging begin for you? I had been watching other YouTube channels and reading blogs for about 6 months before I started my own, so I really discovered it through being a fan of what other people were doing and wanted to try it out for myself! Any dos and don’ts for budding bloggers and vloggers? I always say the most important thing is to be yourself, especially when it comes to YouTube as it really shows on camera. Other than that, just go for it! I think people always make excuses as to why they don’t start a blog or YouTube, but the quickest way to find out 34 | Stu-Mag


if it’s for you is to try it! You can always delete it if you change your mind! Congrats on your book, The Glam Guide, has it always been a dream of yours?  Thank you! I never really thought about writing a book before I started my blog, but having written that for over 5 years, it’s amazing to be able to write an entire book rather than just a few paragraphs as I would with a blog post.  What would you say is a beauty essential every girl should have? Definitely mascara, it can make you look more awake and define your eyes in just a few seconds.  And a fashion essential? A little black dress of course -

when in doubt pair your LBD with your red lipstick and you’ve got a killer combination without having to think about it! A beauty secret to look glamorous in minutes? A really great red lipstick! The perfect red lipstick can make you look and feel instantly more glamorous!   What beauty and fashion trends will you personally be championing this SS15? I’m loving the dusty rose and lilac nails that lots of the brands are bringing out this spring! I’m also a huge fan of giant braids and will be rocking them all spring and summer!  What trends do you think have had their day? Creepers! I’ve never liked them and never will!  Who do you turn to for beauty / fashion inspo? My favourite fashion blogger Blair Eadie from Atlantic Pacific.  We love your hair – how do you keep it in tip top condition? Thank you! I use a lot of intensive hair masks, and also make some of my own at home - there’s a whole section on my DIY hair masks in my book!  

it’s amazing to be able to write an entire book rather than just a few paragraphs as I would with a blog post

Fashion magazines or Fashion blogs? I read blogs more, as they are updated more often, are free and you can look at them on the go, but I do still love glossy mags like Grazia and Glamour.   What is next for Fleur? I have a couple very exciting projects coming up this summer which I’m dying to tell everyone about, but I’m not allowed to say yet!

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Words: Ethan Tellett

Getting the Tang of it NAME: JULIANNA TANG AGE: 22 OCCUPATION: FURNITURE DESIGNER

hen did you first decide you wanted to go into Furniture Design? It was back in 2009. My cousin worked for Godfrey Phillips, a cigarette company that’s popular in India and Hong Kong, and told me they were holding a competition to design their packaging. I sent a few designs and although they weren’t used, the feedback I received taught me the importance that design can have in attaching value to an everyday item. A degree in Furniture Design was perfect because it combines creative design with hands-on skills, like joinery. Why Sheffield? I went to a universities fair in London and was struck by the work Sheffield Hallam students had produced. I then fell in love with the city when I visited on the open day. I’m not a big city person so Sheffield is ideal in that it has lots going on, and yet you’re no more than half an hour away from the countryside. Did you enjoy your time studying in Sheffield? Absolutely. The course really pushes the boundaries and makes you think about all the possibilities

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within furniture design: I’ve made dining tables that double up as stools, multi-functional shelves, touch sensitive door handles and a floating desk!

and end all. It’s better to produce work that you are genuinely proud of and can shout about to future employers.

Is there any piece of work that you are particularly proud of? Definitely ‘Charles’ - the floating desk. We received a brief from M Y Fathers Heart, off Abbeydale Road, to design a piece for young professionals. The desk combines traditional values with modern contemporary design and is small so can fit in apartments or flats. Plus it looks pretty cool. I’m also proud of my ‘Peak’ chair, which creates a personal space for when you want to withdraw from a busy environment; the ideal product for any student.

What would you tell students who are thinking of a career in Furniture Design? You have to be a good listener. In order to know what a client wants, you need to understand them on a personal level. And then be able to advise them on what will work best for them. You also need to have a genuine interest in the use of space. Even when I’m out in town I’ll be analysing buildings and products. I’m always walking into houses or offices and think ‘are they using this space to the best of its ability?’.

In order to know what a client wants, you need to understand them on a personal level.

What advice would you give those studying now? Follow your own instinct. I have one regret from uni, and that’s following my tutors’ advice when I should have done what I thought was right. It resulted in a good mark but I wasn’t totally happy with the end product. Grades are important, but they’re not the be all

Now that you’ve graduated, what’s next for you? The dream is to have my own Furniture Design company. Obviously there’s a long road ahead before I am able to do that. But as long as I’m working in an position whereby I can use the skills I learnt at university I’ll be happy. Stu-Mag | 37


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COMPETITION

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he Society of Independent Brewers’ (SIBA) BeerX festival is rolling back into iceSheffield for its third year on 20th and 21st March - and it’s once again packed to the rafters with live music, street food, big screen rugby and, of course, beer. And not just any beer. Festival-goers can sample from over 250 UK regional award-winning beers, which will have been judged at SIBA’s national beer awards earlier in the week. Beer will be dispensed from temperature-controlled mobile cellars and served from around 80 hand-pulls and keg fonts on BeerX’s purpose-built 30 metre bar. There’s even a bottle bar too. The beginning of BeerX’s week-long event will once again combine a trade exhibition, seminars, keynote speakers and the annual beer and business awards for SIBA members, which will be hosted by BBC Radio 2’s Nigel Barden. The event will then open its doors to the public to present the Festival of Beer taking place on the Friday and Saturday. The festival gives members of the public the unique opportunity to join Britain’s brewers at an event tied closely to the industry, and sample around 250 of their award-winning beers as well as enjoying a variety of entertainment and a diverse street food court.members and the Armed Forces. Throw in some entertainment from Everly Pregnant Brothers and The Bootleggers, and you’re laughing heartliy. They are on sale now and more information can be found at www.beerx.org. Beer fans can also follow the event on Twitter @SIBA_BeerX.

Everly Pregnant Brothers

The Student Magazine has teamed up with BeerX to offer five lucky winners a pair of tickets each for Saturday at BeerX. Your ticket gains you and a pal entry, a programme and a glass - and it’s valid all day! So make a day of it, enjoy the rugby, make your tummy happy with a visit to the street food market and try and taste a wide variety of beers. To be in with a chance to win, simply wrap your headgear around this mensa-style quizzler: Around how many award-winning British beers will be available to taste at the BeerX festival in March? Email: Jessica@wearechic.co.uk with your name, age, contact number and answer. May God be on your side. Answers in by March 15th, if that’s ok. T&C’s – entrants must be 18 years old or over. Prize cannot be exchanged for money. South Yorkshire entrants only, please. Stu-Mag | 39


On what record label are Four Owls? Answers in by March 30th. T&C’s – entrants must be 18 years old or over. South Yorkshire entrants only, please. 44 | Stu-Mag

Look at his stupid spuddy head. All mis-shapen, and filling that knackered old cap out like a broken dog in a biscuit barrel. Still, for all his aesthetic apathy (though, a cynic may suspect his is a wholly managed and stylised appearance), he manages to kick out some right noise, for one man with three strings. The railcar-hopping one will be taking in the sights of our fair city on the 16th April, as part of a 14 date tour next month. Presumably, he’ll be showcasing material from his new album, Sonic Soul Surfer, released on 23rd March. This should give you a chance to familiarise yourself with the stuff, so you can act like you know down the front. Of the new gear, Steve says, “The whole record is mostly me and Dan [Magnusson, Steve’s longtime drummer] sitting there drinking and playing. There ain’t a whole lot of producing going on. But I know what I’m doing and I know what I want.” O2 Academy insiders predict a sell out show, so it’s just a single pair of tickets we’ve got for you, but if you want your mitts on them, all you’ll have to do is riddle us this: What does Steve call his three-stringed guitar? Nothing anyone with half an ability to Google stuff will have a problem with, I shouldn’t wonder. Answers in by March 30th, if that’s ok. T&C’s – entrants must be 18 years old or over. Prize cannot be exchanged for money. South Yorkshire entrants only, please.

* I’ll tell you this much, though: it wouldn’t be the Goddamned hills. ** Actually, it’s a bit Hallam FM in here. But I have earphones. Believe that.

Hip hop can be under represented round these parts. It was nice to see PE at last year’s Tramlines, certainly, and Blackalicious rocking up last month was a treat, no doubt. Having to travel to go see De La Soul and The Pharcyde last year rankled a little, but there are probably things I’d miss about Sheffield were I to leave*. Anyway, Four Owls are a UK hip hop supergroup, of sorts, consisting of 2/3 of 3 Amigos, Fliptrix, and the busiest man in UK hip hop, Verb T. Their new album Natural Order dropped last month, and it’s still rocking the Stu-Mag office.** O2 Academy are bringing us these dudes on the 4th of April, which is pretty awesome, and they’ve let us rock out two pairs of tickets to our loyal readership. Wannem? Yes. Yes, you do.


Are you a budding Journalist? Graphic designer? Web developer? Photographer?

We're offering you the opportunity to become a Student Magazine contributor

We're looking for talented magazine writers and bloggers to work with our editor gain experience in the media industry and see your name in print. We're also offering the opportunity for budding creatives to work with our graphic design team; those with an interest in web developing can gain experience with our talented tech team or get out on the road with our photographer - who knows, your shot could make the front cover!

Get in touch - no experience needed, just enthusiasm and a passion to work in the media.

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STUDENT ACCOMMODATION

NOW LETTING FOR 2015/2016

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Gaming REsident EVIL HD remaster

DECAY: THE MARE

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/10 Available on PS3/4, Xbox 360/one, PC

Available on PC

Resident Evil has always had a place close to my heart. I’ve always loved games, but this was THE game that made me realise that games were growing up alongside me. And nearly 20 years later, it is re-released again. Based on the Gamecube remake of the original, this is a love letter to all the fans of the series that have felt let down by the recent instalments. The dialogue is still hammy although sadly they have got rid of some of the best lines; “master of unlocking” and “Jill sandwich” being notably absent. There is an option to use the old tank controls, but a new scheme has been implemented where all movement responds to the direction of the L stick. This can be confusing, due in part to the fixed camera angles, but makes running around zombies a lot easier. It is great that this version has made it to other consoles finally, but it does feel like Capcom are trying to feed nostalgia to boost sales of future, lesser products. What it does is serve as a reminder to how a well-paced, genuinely terrifying experience they were once capable of has been watered down into generic, cover based shooting and needless pandering to the online multiplayer crowd. Definitely worth revisiting though, it also reminds you of how easy newer games have become. Haven’t saved in three hours? You will be punished when you die. Used all your shotgun shells on zombies? Time for the hunters. Words: Ants Ambridge

Having seen light of day on various platforms (iOS, Android, XBLIG), and in various instalments (an episode here and there), Decay The Mare sees light of day on PC, proudly offering a slightly re-jigged experience and the first opportunity to plough through the whole shebang in one sitting. At its heart, DTM is a point and click affair, with one eye firmly on the macabre. And by ‘macabre’, I mean ‘Silent Hill-style spooks and scares aplenty’. Or, at least, it would be, were the visuals more than simple minimally animated static screens. The odd light flickering here, the occasional blinking portrait there; it’s forgivable, once you factor in its mobile roots and bargain basement price tag, but it can sometimes grate. Surrounding ourselves with high-end kit, as we do here in the Stu-Mag office, we have become accustomed to a certain calibre of aesthetics. Pretty, shiny. Still, saying that, it achieves what it’s setting out to do. There are some truly unsettling moments during the course of the game, and—with some kind of cash injection—developers Shining Gate could well do some lasting psychological damage in future. Where DTM does excel, though, is in its puzzling throughout. Ranging from simple Resident Evil-style fare, through to some high end, point and click head-scratchers, there’s plenty here to enjoy within the confines of the genre, and fans will lap this up. Sadly, less time has been afforded on the postproduction, which rankles in its less than shiny finish. Grammatical errors, and moochy music, all conspire to pull the rug out from the good feelings built up by its competencies elsewhere, and you’re left wondering if it’d killed them to have drafted in a graphic designer. Swiss typefaces have their place, and it is not beneath the horror umbrella. Worth a punt, if you’ve got a Sunday afternoon to kill, but don’t run home too fast to play it. Words: Hal Walker

What it does is serve as a reminder to how a well-paced, genuinely terrifying experience Capcom were once capable of

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New apps for March 2015

Timeline

HYDRA

QualityTime

iOS - Free

iOS - £2.29

Android - Free

Student life can often leave you feeling cut off from the outside world, with routine partying and studying leaving no time to keep on top of current affairs. Step forward Timeline, the news aggregation app with a twist. Timeline presents a summary of the day’s news to you and then breaks down the historical context behind the news story, detailing key historical moments in chronological order. It’s beautiful, and is ideal when researching developing topics, or it can help when dipping in and out of long-running stories. Or just trying to look smart.

Move aside Instagram, Hydra is the app for perfect photos. Hydra improves picture quality by taking multiple shots (up to 60) at once and stacking them together to produce a more detailed image. Unfortunately you’ll need to hold your phone or tablet steady for a few seconds whilst it processes the photos - not even Hydra can transform your drunken selfie into a Mona Lisa masterpiece. Whilst there are wildly differing reports on its performance, if you do some cursory web investigation, we’re really happy with it. Hail Hydra.

Kicking yourself for overlyprocrastinating during your January exams? Avoid making the same mistakes this semester with QualityTime for Android. QualityTime monitors your smartphone usage and gives you detailed analysis on how much time you spend gawking at your display. You’ll see how many times you unlocked your device, how many minutes you spent buried in Twitter and how many hours you flushed down the Candy Crush drain. The app’s ‘take a break’ feature may be your lifesaver come graduation day.

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TOP TO TOES

Words: Jessica Fogarty

Stu Mag visits The Works Hair and Beauty to try out their Top to Toes treatment…

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eautician Helen Pass is now based at The Works Hair & Beauty – a first floor salon in Bradway. To celebrate her move, she’s offering a monthly deal for new and existing clients to take advantage of and this March, it’s Top to Toes – an aroma scalp treatment and pedi. The combo Top to Toes treatment (£30) begins with a luxury pedi. After pounding around the streets of Sheffield, it’s time to give your tootsies some TLC. Beginning with a soak in the foot spa, Helen then files to remove the hard skin before a foot scrub is applied followed by a cooling foot mask and massage. Between each step, feet are soaked in a lemongrass fragranced water to deodar and decongest so feet don’t sweat as much. Welcome back soft, smooth feet for the summer. To finish the treatment, toe nails are filed, shaped and polish is applied. The Works use Vinylux Polish – which is applied similar to gel polish and lasts three weeks on toes before chipping ( just be a little careful with them). All treatments are carried out in a private treatment room located within The Works hair salon. The newly re-vamped beauty studio has shabby chic décor and with low lighting and candles – it’s

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a relaxing haven to forget your worries and enjoy some ‘me time’. Now your feet have a new lease of life, it’s time to lay back on the treatment bed, close your eyes and indulge in an aroma scalp treatment. This treatment can be performed to relax; creating a deep state of relaxation for the head, neck and shoulders – or to invigorate; Inspired by Oriental massage techniques, this treatment instills an overall feeling of wellbeing. I opted to relax and it was a challenge to stay awake as a blend of essential oils were gently massaged in to the scalp. Make sure you’re heading straight home following the treatment though, as you leave with the oils in your hair. For best results, try to leave the oils to soak through your hair for a few hours before you wash. During April, take advantage of the half price waxing monthly deal. Helen specialises in advanced and hot waxing. The Works 306 Twentywell Lane Bradway, Sheffield, S17 4Qh 0114 236 9712


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Are young people exposed enough to the issue? Sheffield student, Sharney Warren, shares her own personal experience of Dementia…

nyone who’s witnessed a loved one’s descent into Dementia will know how heartbreaking it is. Young people like myself aren’t shown the dangers and consequences that Dementia causes, and this is why I feel the need to write this article to show young people like myself, that it is important to be “in the know” and to show other young students and teenagers out there that have been affected by the disease that, you are not alone. Dementia is caused when the brain is damaged by certain diseases such as strokes, the most common cause of dementia is Alzheimer’s disease. The symptoms that someone

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with dementia will experience is unique in different ways to who it effects, especially within the early stages. According to Alzheimer’s Society, it mainly affects people over the age of 65, 1 in 14 people of this age group have dementia and it’s predicted that 850,000 people in the UK have been diagnosed with dementia this year. However there are more than 40,000 people in the UK that are under 65 living with dementia. If these current trends continue to proceed and no action is taken, the number could possibly rise to 1,142,677 by 2025. Sadly, there is no current cure for the disease, however there is a range of support, therapies and activities that can


help someone live well with dementia. When my granddad, John, was diagnosed in his late 50’s, it was a hard time for my family. I’d spent years doing my own thing and wasn’t in contact with my granddad for a long time thinking that we’d have lots of time to get to know one another properly later on in life. Yet I was wrong, after my grandmother suddenly passed, my granddad became worse with his condition, and eventually he was put into a care home that specialises within dementia.

They don’t tell you how to deal with your grandfather attempting to throw punches at people Due to his diagnosis of dementia and cases of several strokes, we began to see one another more frequently each week three years before my grandmother passed away and it was definitely precious time worth spent. Although I was spending more time with my granddad before things got worse; I started to pick up on his

certain habits of him struggling to recall certain events that were happening at the time and problems concentrating or making decisions. After months of doctor’s appointments we were finally left with a diagnosis and an information leaflet to support us. Although it was supportive in its own ways, it wasn’t supportive with the strain, time and effort that my mum and dad would be spending to care for my granddad after my grandmother passed. As my granddad’s condition progressed, I began to realise that, despite all the meetings with councillors and the consultations that I witnessed, nobody tells you the reality of this pure evil disease. They don’t tell you how to deal with your grandfather attempting to throw punches at people, neither do they tell you how to deal with that on a day to day basis to the shop for the morning newspaper that he thinks he can just walk out and not pay for anything. Nobody tells you how to tell the shop owners and make them understand that my granddad has got dementia and aren’t encountering a frail thug of a shoplifter. They don’t tell you how to deal with the crushing realisation that my granddad had forgotten that

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he even has an illness and thinks that you’re putting him in a home for the sake of it and asks if you even love him anymore. They don’t tell you that they will soon forget your name, and even who you are. Nobody tells you how to channel your anger when teenagers my age are living their lives with healthy grades, a social life, and have proper telephone conversations with their healthy grandparents, and yours resolves around a terminally ill, confused gentleman that worked hard all of his life and now can’t remember how to communicate in any way possible. They don’t tell you that once he’s near the final stage that you will sit with him hours on end trying to tell him things like you’ve passed your driving test and have finally been offered a place at university, to just give you the last hope of making him proud. Dementia stole the time that my parents, family, myself and friends were supposed to have with my grandfather John and I strongly think that the majority of young people in the UK aren’t aware enough of the disease and this is a real problem for the future. People need to be aware that in the UK we are not prepared to cater for everyone with dementia in care homes and hospitals, people need to be aware that it might happen to a loved one, people need to be aware of the confused lady or man walking past them that might need some help in one way or another. Alzheimer’s society and Dementia Friends can help you support and understand a bit more about the incurable disease and the small things you can do to help people with the condition. Whether that be

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helping someone find the right bus or being patient in a till queue if someone with dementia is taking longer to pay. All these little things helps someone’s life affected in some way. Due to the recent study that has cropped up to find that dementia may be ‘linked’ to common over the counter drugs for conditions such as insomnia and hay fever. It’s important that the UK acts as a community, to spot signs of dementia and to make sure us young people know the ins and outs of the disease. Want to help? There’s so many things you can do, to get involved and be a part of something that is something close to your heart, to be involved as a community, to support friends, family or even a colleague. No matter what your reason is, everyone is welcome to become a part of the charity.

People need to be aware that in the UK we are not prepared to cater for everyone with dementia Last year I got involved with the memory walk at Rother Valley Country Park in Sheffield and raised over £200, this makes a massive difference to the organisation and can help fund anything from a patient having an arts class at their local care home to helping with travel or to be involved within an activity. Here’s some top tips to get you to jump on the bandwagon and make a difference: -Creating fundraising events


within your local community or even spreading the word through uni life/societies and even in relation to uni work could make a great difference, either to create an opinion from another, express your experiences to others or to just generally make a difference for the future. -Alzheimer’s Society hold fundraising memory walks each year all around the country. Last year over 33,000 walkers took part and together raised £1.8 million towards the fight against dementia. -Get involved and become a volunteer: This might look good on your CV, but it can help someone a long way too. If you have a lot of spare time on your hands and want to help out instead of bingeing on a Netflix marathon, this could be a great cause to help someone. -Talk to your Students’ Union:

They may be able to help with any ideas that you’ve come up with and make your plans happen. -Promote an event: this could help with the fundraising the way that you want to do it, this may be sports related, cake related or even fancy dress related! -Campaign: Change the system of charging for care that currently discriminates against people with dementia. -Donate: Every little penny helps towards the organisation. -To find out more information on dementia and the memory walks visit: www.alzheimers.org.uk -Or become a dementia friend by signing up to www. dementiafriends.org.uk and get your free Dementia Friends pack that includes helpful tips and ideas.

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There are millions of stories of office romances, people speak of the thrill and the excitement of keeping a secret in the office, and sneaking off together to have a moment alone. However, I learnt the hard way that these romances can end in tears. I had been working in my new job for 6 months when I met Ryan (name changed). At the time I had just come out of a long term relationship that had ended badly and was vulnerable. I had low selfesteem and my usual confident self had become shy and reserved. I met Ryan at the water cooler inbetween our offices – it sounds so clichéd but it’s true. My desk was in a position where I could see him approaching the water cooler so I started keeping an eye out and approaching it whenever I saw him coming. He was funny and easy to talk to, he was forever complimenting me and making me smile. I confided in him about my last relationship and his words of encouragement saw my old self slowly returning, there was a spring in my step again. He asked for my number and we began speaking outside of work. One Saturday evening I was heading home from a club and struggling to find a taxi, on a whim I messaged Ryan to see he was available to pick me up and 20 minutes later he was 52 | Stu-Mag

there. He drove me home and when he stopped outside my house we kissed, I felt so alive. He woke up the next morning and messaged me saying he couldn’t believe his luck, I was shocked – he hadn’t regretted it either. The following week in work I was a bag of nerves, every time I saw him around the office I turned the darkest shade of red and walked in the opposite direction. I felt like everybody knew what I had done. Ryan was a sweetheart, he would leave me presents hidden around the office, little notes in cupboards, or some cake in the fridge. We would book a meeting room and just sit, staring at each other, trying hard not to come too close. A couple of weeks later he dropped a bombshell: he had a girlfriend. My heart broke, I couldn’t understand why he hadn’t told me sooner, I felt so betrayed. He assured me he was going to leave her and I naively believed him. We carried on our affair which felt even more elicit now. People began to talk. We would drive into work together, have lunch together, be at each other’s desks all the time, but we didn’t care. We were floating somewhere way above cloud nine, I hadn’t felt this happy in a long time. His birthday was in May, I desperately wanted to buy him a present but knew there

was no way he could keep it, so I settled on a card. I wrote in it the lyrics from ‘our’ song, ‘Where would we be now, if we found each other first?’ We started spending evenings and weekends together, I couldn’t get enough of him. But then, it all came crashing down. His girlfriend found the card I had written him and tracked me down. He became closed and shut himself off from me, I couldn’t get through to him anymore. All of the sudden he wasn’t the Ryan I had grown to love, he was a complete stranger. Eventually his relationship with his girlfriend broke down, but so did ours, it just wasn’t the same anymore. At the same time I was promoted to a new role in his team. I now had to sit 3 rows away from him. Where once this idea would have filled me with glee it now tormented me on a daily basis. He acted as though I didn’t exist, avoiding eye contact at any opportunity, it made me feel low and invisible. How do you get over someone when you have to see them on a daily basis? I suddenly understood why my colleagues warned that office romances were a bad idea. When the fairytale romance comes crashing down to reality you are left with the daily torture of facing the one you once loved who no longer loves you back.


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DRUGS - KNOW YOUR SHIT Words: Jessica Fogarty

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Ovary Action

University of Sheffield research: new ovarian cancer drug one step closer Words: Jessica Fogarty

Ovarian cancer patients throughout Europe and the United States could soon be treated with a new drug discovered through pioneering research at the University of Sheffield funded by Yorkshire Cancer Research. Lynparza has become the first of a new class of drugs called PARP inhibitors to be granted approval by the European Commission and the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) will now assess the drug to see whether it should become widely available on the NHS, with a decision expected in September 2015. In 2005, Professor Thomas Helleday and his team of researchers at the University of Sheffield demonstrated how PARP inhibitors could be used as a tailored treatment for patients with BRCA2 mutations, which are seen in both hereditary ovarian and breast cancer. The discovery was patent protected and licensed to pharmaceutical company Astra-Zeneca who 56 | Stu-Mag

continued the development process and undertook successful clinical trials. Professor Helleday said: “I am delighted that after all the hard work carried out since 2005 when we made the original discovery, Lynparza has now been licenced by the European Commission and the FDA. 150,000 women in the European Union suffer from ovarian cancer. Last year, 21,980 women were diagnosed with ovarian cancer in the United States. Many of these patients will benefit from this new therapy. “This could not have been achieved without the support of Yorkshire Cancer Research and the University of Sheffield. It is a fantastic example of academic institutions and charities collaborating to fund pioneering research.” Dr Helen Bryant, from the University of Sheffield’s Department of Oncology and lead author of the research paper that was published in journal Nature in 2005, added: “The fundamental science idea and innovation came from Sheffield and has been taken


forward to become a world first in this type of therapy, offering hope for patients worldwide. “This type of innovation in basic research has increased the visibility of cancer research in Yorkshire and attracted other world leading researchers to the area. It shows what funding novel laboratory ideas at the grass roots level can do to change the treatment options available to patients.” PARP inhibitors work by blocking the cancer cell’s ability to repair damage. Healthy cells reproduce by dividing DNA into two strands and copying each strand. Before they do this, they repair damage in the DNA using the PARP protein. If PARP is suppressed, normal cells use a second mechanism for DNA repair. Some cancers cannot undergo this second process because they have a mutation in a BRCA gene. These cancer cells rely completely on PARP to fix the damage and so when PARP is suppressed the BRCA mutated cell is unable to grow and eventually dies. Normal cells of the patient with a functioning BRCA are not affected. The novel element of the treatment is the fact that it is the mutation causing cancer that is exploited to specifically kill the cancer; this reduces the side effects often experienced with traditional anti-cancer treatments. Clinical trials showed that Lynparza extends the length of

time during and after the treatment of cancer that a patient lives with the disease without the disease getting worse. Further clinical trials are currently taking place to see whether Lynparza could be used to treat other cancers. The approval of Lynparza means that both the University of Sheffield and Yorkshire Cancer Research will continue to benefit financially from the work in which they invested in the early 2000s. Valuable funds could be received by the charity, which will be invested to help cancer patients in Yorkshire. Charles Rowett, Chief Executive Officer at Yorkshire Cancer Research, said: “We are incredibly proud that a treatment discovered in Yorkshire with funding from our charity, then developed with the help of Big Pharma, is now one step closer to the patient. It’s extremely rewarding to know that we have made a difference to the lives of people not only in Yorkshire, but across the world. “We have been supporting innovative research at our region’s universities and teaching hospitals for 90 years. The journey from lab to patient can be long, complicated and uncertain, so a successful outcome is a very exciting achievement. Not only this, but the financial benefits which flow from our original investment will undoubtedly have a huge benefit to our future mission to help more people avoid, survive and cope with cancer.”

The journey from lab to patient can be long, complicated and uncertain, so a successful outcome is a very exciting achievement.

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CURZON HAS LANDED IN SHEFFIELD

Curzon Sheffield is now open in the city centre! The brand new three-screen venue opened its doors to the public early January. The cinema brings together Curzon’s renowned programme of independent films from around the world, as well as live opera, ballet and theatre broadcasts. Located in a listed building on George Street - the former site of the Sheffield Banking Company premises - Curzon Sheffield is the entertainment group’s latest cinema designed to delight, broaden horizons and spark conversations. With three screens and a total capacity of over one hundred and fifty seats, the cinema also accommodates a new café and bar serving high quality food and drinks as a rooftop terrace set to open in warmer weather. The architects for the cinema are UAL who have recently completed Curzon Cinemas in Victoria London and Canterbury. UAL are also currently completing the new Curzon Bloomsbury Cinema in central London. The interiors for the cinema are designed by ABDA Creative Design & Build who have worked with Curzon Cinemas, on a number of sites including Knutsford, Sheffield and the award winning Ripon. Based on the building’s history, ABDA and UAL have again created an environment that respects the integrity of the premises creating a warm and comfortable space for people to enjoy spending time, beyond film screenings.

TICKET PRICES PEAK TICKET Monday to Friday after 5pm to close, Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holidays after 2pm to clos e Student £9.00 / £8.00 Cineaste members OFF-PEAK TICKET  Monday to Friday from opening to 5pm, Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holidays from opening to 2pm Student £7.50 / £6.50 Cineaste members  MEMBERSHIP Curzon offer three tiers of membership: CINEASTE MEMBERSHIP Student - £20 per year • Two free film tickets for use over the course of the year • Discounted admission to all films and events for you and a guest Student applies to those in secondary or higher education with student ID.

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LISTED SUNDAY 1ST MARCH Local Cider and Beer Festival at Sheffield Hallam Union A collection of the very best local tipples. What better way to spend a Sunday? 18+. From 9.00am. Price: Free Sunday Club at Viper Rooms R&B, Hip-Hop, Urban and House for the party monsters who won’t wave goodbye to the weekend. Double mixers £2. Shots £1. From 10.00pm. Price: Free

MONDAY 2ND MARCH SHU Fest at Sheffield Hallam University A week-long festival showcasing the talent and diversity of Sheff Hallam students. Including live performances, interactive workshops, demonstrations and carnivals! From 12.00pm. Price: Free Quizarama-rama at The Riverside Every Monday. The pub quiz described as ‘the Crystal Maze on crystal meth”. For the creative, dramatic and co-ordinated. 18+. From 8.00pm Loaded at Leadmill Every Monday. House, Indie and Chart music all under one roof to create a unique atmosphere. Double mixers £1.50. 18+. From 11.00pm. Price £4

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3rd March @Plug 7.30pm £6.00 It only seems like a month since these Caledonian jingly indie rock types graced our fair city. That’s because it was. Fair play to them, though they’re in danger of almost flaunting the ‘three week rule’. Still, get down, and act like you don’t remember.

TUESDAY 3RD MARCH Neon Waltz at The Rocking Chair (but actually at Plug) Scottish six-piece provide melodic, sun-drenched indie music. Perfect for bringing in the Spring. From: 7:30pm. Price £6 SHU Fest at Sheffield Hallam University A showcase of the talent and diversity of Sheff Hallam students. From 12.00pm. Price: Free Risque at Viper Rooms Every Tuesday. Get frisky at Risque with the smoothest R&B in town. From 10.30pm. Price £4 The Tuesday Club at The Foundry Every Tuesday. Showcasing

the best talent in house, hip-hop, drum & bass, garage, dubstep and live music their every week. 18+. From 11.00pm. Price £5 Spanked at Plug Every Tuesday. Chart, Dance, House and massive student anthems with UV paint, glitter cannons and games. Vodka mixers from £1. 18+. From: 11.00pm. Price £4

WEDNESDAY 4TH MARCH SHU Fest at Sheffield Hallam University A showcase of the talent and diversity of Sheff Hallam students. From 12.00pm. Price: Free The Leadmill Comedy Club Headliner Steve Shanyaski

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Sat 7th Mar • £23 adv

Sat 28th Mar • £10 adv

Thurs 16th Apr

Sat 2nd May • £5-£10 adv

Sat 27th June • £10.50 adv

The Stranglers

The Clone Roses

+ My Baby

#Back2Life

Led Into Zeppelin

6.30pm

+ The Rezillos

6.30pm

Sat 7th Mar • £10 adv / £20 VIP

The UK’s No.1 Stone Roses Tribute + Subject + Ashby

Room 94

Sat 28th Mar • £8 adv

6.30pm

+ Symmetry

11pm • over 18s only

Sun 8th Mar • £15 adv

Club Night ft. Bizzy, Classique, Mala P, Selekta Hype & more

Mike Peters presents The Alarm

Blue & White Party

Trinity Road

Fri 13th Mar • £8 adv

Sat 4th Apr

Lane 33

Catfish & The Bottlemen

6.30pm

+ Scribble Victory + Jamie Heawood + A Vision of Fear + Somewhat Unprepared + Follow the Lion

Sat 14th Mar • £6 adv 6.30pm

Lateral Vision

6.30pm

Sat 4th Apr • £6-£10 adv

High Focus presents: The Four Owls

Fri 20th Mar • £6 adv

ft. Leafdog + Fliptrix + Verb T + BVA + DJ Madnice + Andy H (Tuesday Club) + Quality Control DJs + Onoe Caponoe & more

The Seamonsters

Weds 8th Apr • £20 adv

+ Vegas 6 + The Unscene + Johnjo Keen + Jake Sharpe 6.30pm

+ The Mayfairs + Hey-Turk

Sat 21st Mar • £12.50 adv 6.30pm

OTEP Weds 25th Mar • £14.50 adv

Nathan Grisdale Fri 27th Mar • £12 adv 6.30pm

Cloudbusting (Kate Bush Tribute)

A tribute to The Man In Black + Candi’s Dog

Sat 18th Apr • £6 adv 6.30pm

The Homesteads

Fri 3rd Apr • £6 adv 6.30pm

+ Mirror Trap

Placebo

CASH

Weds 22nd Apr • £10 adv

+ Kath Auto + The Sonik Seeds + Isembard’s Wheel + Gods & Monsters + Sam Scherdel

6.30pm

Rescheduled • original tickets valid

(Final UK Dates) + Sister Sin + Garage Days

Thurs 12th Mar £10 adv / £20 seated

Fri 13th Mar

Fri 17th Apr • £10 adv

U.D.O.

Thurs 2nd Apr • £16 adv

Exposed Awards 2015

(90s-00s Throwback Party)

+ Beat the Bandit + Bayonet + Seven Hills + Exile 84 + Dead Slow Hoot

Strength – 30th Anniversary Tour

7.30pm

11pm • over 18s only

Seasick Steve

Bars & Melody (Britain’s Got Talent)

Fri 10th Apr • £10 adv 6.30pm

The Sex Pissed Dolls Sat 11th Apr • £6 adv 6.30pm

Kill The Light

+ Freedom of the City + Frazer + Marmalade Sun + Tokyo Sling

Sat 27th June • £10 adv

Dead Century

Roxy Reunion:

6.30pm

+ 5th Pier + Grey Cooper Blues Experience + Last Lives + Jasmine

Fri 8th May • £10 adv

‘The Return of the Pistoleros’ Album Tour + Smiling Ivy + WheresNorth? + Arnivore

(Formerly Portico Quartet) + Snow Ghosts

Sat 9th May • £6 adv

Thu 23rd Apr • £15 adv / £40 VIP

+ Paul Fletcher + Jordan Rabjohn + Del Scott Miller + Fallen Angels

Damage + Rough Copy

Fri 24th Apr • £6 adv

6.30pm

Feral Indie

Fri 15th May • £6 adv

Lazuli

Roaming Son

+ Catalysts + Humbar + Ish-Brother

Sat 25th Apr • £6 adv 6.30pm

The Carousel

6.30pm

Insane Championship Wrestling Isane Entertainment System Tour ft. Grado, Drew Galloway, Mark Coffey, Tommy End & more

Sat 11th July • £12 adv 6.30pm

Roxy Musique

+ The Strawberry Thieves

Thu 16th July • £15 adv / £25 VIP

Jake Quickenden Sat 22nd Aug • £22.50 adv

Hue and Cry The Hits and More

Sat 3rd Oct • £16 adv 6.30pm

Annihilator Fri 16th Oct • £22.50 adv 6.30pm

Big Country Fri 23rd Oct • £11 adv

Sat 16th May • £15 adv

6.30pm

Fri 29th May • £11 adv

Guns 2 Roses Sat 21st Nov • £12 adv

The Doors Alive Tues 24th Nov • £12 adv

Electric Six + SuperBee Sat 28th Nov • £11 adv

6.30pm

6.30pm

Celebrating 30 years of Meat is Murder plus the Hits

Celebrating the 20th anniversary of ‘What’s the Story Morning Glory’ Playing the full album & Greatest Hits set

The Smyths

Fri 29th May • £10 adv 6.30pm

Novana

(Nirvana Tribute) + Food Fighterz

Fri 1st May • £7 adv

Sat 6th June • £10 adv

+ Clubs & Spades live + DJ Andy H

(Mercury Music Prize winners) + Law

Ugly Duckling

80s Fancy Dress Disco

6.30pm

+ K.O.G & The Zongo Brigade + Dubcentral DJs + Quality Control DJs

Sun 26th Apr • £15 adv

11pm • over 18s only

+ Black Thunder Revue + Fargo Railroad Co. + Blue Rooster

Dub FX

+ Snowblind + The Time Sellers + Paper Slave

+ Carnival of Thieves

Sat 2nd May • £6 adv

Dub Pistols live

Portico

6.30pm

Young Fathers

Defintely Mightbe

Fri 4th Dec • £12.50 adv 6.30pm

UK Foo Fighters Sat 5th Dec • £20 adv

Secret Affair ‘My World’ Tour

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couples silly stand-up with hilarious music for a midweek chuckle. From 7.00pm. Price £5 ROAR at Sheffield University Union Every Wednesday. Dig out the facepaint, don your whiskers and cover yourself in stripes for one of the union’s most popular nights. 18+. From 10.00pm. Price £4 Killa Disco at Viper Rooms Fresh electronic sounds and generous drinks offers make for one messy Wednesday. Bottles £1. From 10.00pm. Price £2

THURSDAY 5TH MARCH SHU Fest at Sheffield Hallam University A showcase of the talent and diversity of Sheff Hallam students. From 12.00pm. Price: Free Carver Street Block Party Get your wristband for entry to Paris, Crystal, Viper Rooms and Babylon. The ultimate block party will leave you

spoilt for choice. 18+. From 10.30pm. Bad Habit at Leadmill Every Thursday. The ultimate night for satisfying your guilty pleasure. Glitter wigs and air guitars are welcome. 18+. From 11.00pm. Price £3 Bonkers at Plug A pre-kend pop paradise with kiss cams, giveaways and glowsticks. Shots from £1.50. Bombs £2. 18+. From 11.00pm. Price £4 Wednesday 13 at Corporation Murderdolls frontman Wednesday 13 rocks Corp. From 7.00pm. Price £13 WhiteHouse at Players – Every Thursday. Sheffield’s newest House night. Features dancers, fire-breathers and plenty of sax. 2-4-1 Cocktails. From 10.00pm. Price: Free

students. From 12.00pm. Price: Free Elegantly Wasted at The Washington The best alternative rock, indie, garage and psych music as Elegantly Wasted brings a touch of sleaze to the pub dancefloor. 18+. From 10.00pm. Price: Free Propaganda at Plug Every Friday. From Rock and Indie to Pop and House, Plug’s two-room venue has got the anthems to give you that Friday feeling. 18+. From 11.00pm. Price £4 Gaga at Leadmill Lollipops, popcorn and balloons combine for a poptastic evening inside Sheffield’s indie haven. 18+. From 11.00pm. Price £5

FRIDAY 6TH MARCH

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SHU Fest at Sheffield Hallam University A showcase of the talent and diversity of Sheff Hallam

SATURDAY 7TH MARCH

Wednesday 13 5th March @Corp 7.30pm £13.00 Don’t let his name fool you; this is on Thursday 5. Murderdolls frontman Wednesday 13 brings his brand of horrorcore/ theatrical teen-bait to our very own pit of metal, Corporation.

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Quizarama-rama

9th March @The Riverside 8.00pm £free Man, Mondays eat big veiny ones, no? Fear not. Simply choke it down all day, then kick back on the river with this left-of-centre quiz and some brilliant juice. Or ‘booze’, as some people call it. Now that the sun’s slowly coming back, this is basically perfect. hand-picked stallholders. From 10:30am. Price £2 History at Magna Science and Adventure Park House music from Doorly, Rob Tissera, Graeme Park, Rozalla, Flashmob and many more as the adventure park becomes a playground for big kids. 18+. From 8:00pm. 18+. Price £18 / £28 Fez Presents: Hector Couto Fresh from Amnesia in Ibiza, Spanish DJ Hector Couto rocks Sheffield’s our very own Fez Club. 18+. From 11:00pm. Price £8 / £10 Reflective 13th Birthday at Plug Old school bassline and speed garage anthems from one of Sheffield’s classic bass heavy nights.

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18+. From 11.00pm. Price £7 Rewind at Sheff Hallam Union Every Saturday. 90s classics accompanied by fireworks, balloon drops and cheap drinks. From 11.00pm. Price £3.50

SUNDAY 8TH MARCH Emmanuel Jal at The Lantern Theatre Sheffield’s intimate theatre gets a hip-hop flavour from internationally-acclaimed Emmanuel Jal. From: 8.00pm. Price £14 Sunday Club at Viper Rooms R&B, Hip-Hop, Urban and House for the party monsters who don’t want to wave goodbye to the weekend. Double mixers £2. Shots £1. From 10.00pm. Price: Free

Festival of Debate at Foundry Owen Jones discusses ‘The Establishment’ and the powers that be threatening our democracy. From 7.30pm. Price £7.50 Quizarama-rama at The Riverside Every Monday. Sheffield’s No. 1 alternative pub quiz will have you singing, dancing and acting. For the creative, dramatic and co-ordinated. 18+. From 8.00pm Sunset Sons at Leadmill Anglo-Australian perform their very own tracks for Sheffield’s rock fans. From: 7:30pm. Price: Free Loaded at Leadmill Every Monday. House, Indie and Chart music all under one roof to create a unique atmosphere. Double mixers £1.50. 18+. From 11.00pm. Price £4

TUESDAY 10TH MARCH Spanked at Plug Every Tuesday. Chart, Dance, House and massive student anthems with UV paint, glitter cannons and games. Vodka mixers from £1. 18+. From: 11.00pm. Price £4 The Tuesday Club at The Foundry Every Tuesday. Showcasing the best talent in house, hip-hop, drum & bass, garage, dubstep and live music their every week. 18+. From 11.00pm. Price £5 Risque at Viper Rooms Every Tuesday. Get frisky at


LISTED

Judge Jules

14th March @Plug 11.00pm £12.00

Risque with the smoothest R&B in town. From 10.30pm. Price £4

WEDNESDAY 11TH MARCH

ROAR at Sheffield University Union Every Wednesday. Dig out the facepaint, don your whiskers and cover yourself in stripes for one of the union’s most popular night’s. 18+. From 10.00pm. Price £4 Killa Disco at Viper Rooms Fresh electronic sounds and generous drinks offers make for one messy Wednesday. Bottles £1. From 10.00pm. Price £2

THURSDAY 12TH MARCH Sheffield Jazz Presents: Troyka London trio’s blues laced grooves produce a mash-up of rock, jazz and dance. From 8.00pm. Price £14 / £7 NUS Carver Street Block Party

* He wasn’t. Not in any way.

Yes. The most punchable face in trance returns. Despite heavy implication in the old Gatecrasher burning incident* The Judge still manages to find work within our seven hills. Furry legs at the ready. Get your wristband for entry to Paris, Crystal, Viper Rooms and Babylon. The ultimate block party will leave you spoilt for choice. 18+. From 10.30pm. Bonkers at Plug A pre-kend pop paradise with kiss cams, giveaways and glowsticks. Shots from £1.50. Bombs £2. 18+. From 11.00pm. Price £4 Bad Habit at Leadmill Every Thursday. The ultimate night for satisfying your guilty pleasure. Glitter wigs and air guitars are welcome. 18+. From 11.00pm. Price £3 WhiteHouse at Players Every Thursday. Sheffield’s newest House night. Features dancers, fire-breathers and plenty of sax. 2-4-1 Cocktails. From 10.00pm. Price: Free

FRIDAY 13TH MARCH Placebo at O2 Academy Veteran rockers will have the O2 jumping to the best anthems from their seven

studio albums. From 6.30pm. Price £30 Gaga at Leadmill Lollipops, popcorn and balloons combine for a poptastic evening inside Sheffield’s indie haven. 18+. From 11.00pm. Price £5 Blow Presents Sante at Fez Club Boss of Avorte records Sante travels from Berlin for his first DJ set in the Steel City. Expect sophisticated House 18+. From 11.00pm. Price £8 Propaganda at Plug Every Friday. From Rock and Indie to Pop and House, Plug’s two-room venue has got the anthems to give you that Friday feeling. 18+. From 11.00pm. Price £4

SATURDAY 14TH MARCH Judge Jules at Plug Legendary DJ celebrates more than 25 years on the decks with ‘The Judge Won’t Budge Tour’. His old-school mega-mix will be worth

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every penny. Supported by Futuristic Polar Bears. 18+. From 11.00pm. Price £12 Pop Tarts at Foundry Every Saturday. Non-StopRetro-Pop to appeal to your cheesy side. From 11.00pm. Price £4.50 Good Clean Fun upstairs at DQ Every Saturday. The very best in Punk Rock from the last 30 years. From 11.00pm. Price £2 Rewind at Sheff Hallam Union Every Saturday. 90s classics accompanied by fireworks, balloon drops and cheap drinks. From 11.00pm. Price £3.50

SUNDAY 15TH MARCH Usher: The UR Experience at Motorpoint Arena R&B Superstar serenades his Sheffield fan-base as part of his European tour. From: 6.30pm. Price £35 / £55

USHER 15th March @ Motorpoint Arena 6.30pm £35/55 I’m gonna level with you, here. I know the name and recognise his face, but I can’t think of a single thing he’s done. I guess he must be good, though, since they’ve given him a full arena to play with for this gig. And he ain’t cheap.

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Sunday Club at Viper Rooms R&B, Hip-Hop, Urban and House for the party monsters who don’t want to wave goodbye to the weekend. Double mixers £2. Shots £1. From 10.00pm. Price: Free

MONDAY 16TH MARCH Loaded at Leadmill Every Monday. House, Indie and Chart music all under one roof to create a unique atmosphere. Double mixers £1.50. 18+. From 11.00pm. Price £4 Quizarama-rama at The Riverside Every Monday. Sheffield’s No. 1 alternative pub quiz will have you singing, dancing and acting. For the creative, dramatic and co-ordinated. 18+. From 8.00pm

TUESDAY 17TH MARCH St. Patrick’s Extravaganza at Sheffield Hallam Union An all-Irish knees-up to

celebrated with epic day of drinking. Pints from £2.50. From 9.00am. Price: Free Spanked at Plug Every Tuesday. Chart, Dance, House and massive student anthems with UV paint, glitter cannons and games. Vodka mixers from £1. 18+. From: 11.00pm. Price £4 The Tuesday Club at The Foundry Every Tuesday. Showcasing the best talent in house, hip-hop, drum & bass, garage, dubstep and live music their every week. 18+. From 11.00pm. Price £5 Risque at Viper Rooms Every Tuesday. Get frisky at Risque with the smoothest R&B in town. From 10.30pm. Price £4

WEDNESDAY 18TH MARCH

Festival of Debate at The Moor Why are we paying so much


LISTED From 10.00pm. Price: Free

FRIDAY 20TH MARCH

Mr Scruff

3rd March @Queens Social Club 10.30pm £16.00 Huh. It appears that Mr Scruff did the same course as me at Uni. He’s a Sheffield Hallam Boy. Hurrah! Meaningless alumni trivia aside, this’ll likely as not be the gig of the month, we’ll wager. Expect top drawer beats, cups of tea, and our design team quaffing Rum Bongo down the front. for accommodation? From 7.00pm. Price: TBC Killa Disco at Viper Rooms Fresh electronic sounds and generous drinks offers make for one messy Wednesday. Bottles £1. From 10.00pm. Price £2 ROAR at Sheffield University Union Every Wednesday. Dig out the facepaint, don your whiskers and cover yourself in stripes for one of the union’s most popular night’s. 18+. From 10.00pm. Price £4

THURSDAY 19TH MARCH Carver Street Block Party Get your wristband for entry to Paris, Crystal, Viper Rooms and Babylon. The ultimate block party will leave you

spoilt for choice. 18+. From 10.30pm. Bonkers at Plug A pre-kend pop paradise with kiss cams, giveaways and glowsticks. Shots from £1.50. Bombs £2. 18+. From 11.00pm. Price £4 Fez Presents: Skream and Jasper James at Fusion and Foundry Two huge acts combine for a night of heavy electronic music before hopping it to Fez Club for the uber-cool afterparty. 18+. From 11.00pm. Price £11 / £14 WhiteHouse at Players Every Thursday. Sheffield’s newest House night. Features dancers, fire-breathers and plenty of sax. 2-4-1 Cocktails.

Propaganda at Plug Every Friday. From Rock and Indie to Pop and House, Plug’s two-room venue has got the anthems to give you that Friday feeling. 18+. From 11.00pm. Price £4 Lucy Rose and The Half Earth at Plug Acclaimed singer is joined by her five-piece band on an intimate UK tour promoting her second album, out later this year. From 7.30pm. Price £13 Gaga at Leadmill Lollipops, popcorn and balloons combine for a poptastic evening inside Sheffield’s indie haven. 18+. From 11.00pm. Price £5

SATURDAY 21ST MARCH Rewind at Sheff Hallam Union Every Saturday. 90s classics accompanied by fireworks, balloon drops and cheap drinks. From 11.00pm. Price £3.50 Good Clean Fun upstairs at DQ Every Saturday. The very best in Punk Rock from the last 30 years. From 11.00pm. Price £2 Pop Tarts at Foundry Every Saturday. Non-StopRetro-Pop to appeal to your cheesy side. From 11.00pm. Price £4.50 Mr Scruff at Queens Social

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Club An uplifting set spanning blues, jazz, soul, funk, disco, drum & bass and deep house from one of the most experienced DJs in the land. 18+. From 10.30pm. Price £16

SUNDAY 22ND MARCH Sunday Club at Viper Rooms R&B, Hip-Hop, Urban and House for the party monsters who don’t want to wave goodbye to the weekend. Double mixers £2. Shots £1. From 10.00pm. Price: Free Heart in Hand at Corporation South-coast rockers aim to blow the lid off Corp with their melodic blend of hardcore punk and heavy metal. From 4.00pm. Price £8.50

MONDAY 23RD MARCH Quizarama-rama at The Riverside Every Monday. Sheffield’s No. 1 alternative pub quiz will have you singing, dancing and acting. For the creative, dramatic and co-ordinated. 18+. From 8.00pm Loaded at Leadmill Every Monday. House, Indie and Chart music all under one roof to create a unique atmosphere. Double mixers £1.50. 18+. From 11.00pm. Price £4

TUESDAY 24TH MARCH Risque at Viper Rooms Every Tuesday. Get frisky at Risque with the smoothest

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R&B in town. From 10.30pm. Price £4 Spanked at Plug Every Tuesday. Chart, Dance, House and massive student anthems with UV paint, glitter cannons and games. Vodka mixers from £1. 18+. From: 11.00pm. Price £4 The Tuesday Club at The Foundry Every Tuesday. Showcasing the best talent in house, hip-hop, drum & bass, garage, dubstep and live music their every week. 18+. From 11.00pm. Price £5

WEDNESDAY 25TH MARCH

ROAR at Sheffield University Union Every Wednesday. Dig out the facepaint, don your whiskers and cover yourself in stripes for one of the union’s most popular night’s. 18+. From 10.00pm. Price £4 Killa Disco at Viper Rooms Fresh electronic sounds and generous drinks offers make for one messy Wednesday. Bottles £1. From 10.00pm. Price £2

THURSDAY 26TH MARCH Carver Street Block Party Get your wristband for entry to Paris, Crystal, Viper Rooms and Babylon. The ultimate block party will leave you spoilt for choice. 18+. From 10.30pm. Bad Habit at Leadmill Every Thursday. The ultimate night for satisfying your guilty

pleasure. Glitter wigs and air guitars are welcome. 18+. From 11.00pm. Price £3 The Shipping Forecast at The Riverside One of Sheffield’s longest running open arts performance nights. Featuring poets, comedian, musicians, live art and...fish. 18+. From: 8.00pm. Price: £3 Bonkers at Plug A pre-kend pop paradise with kiss cams, giveaways and glowsticks. Shots from £1.50. Bombs £2. 18+. From 11.00pm. Price £4 WhiteHouse at Players Every Thursday. Sheffield’s newest House night. Features dancers, fire-breathers and plenty of sax. 2-4-1 Cocktails. From 10.00pm. Price: Free

FRIDAY 27TH MARCH Propaganda at Plug Every Friday. From Rock and Indie to Pop and House, Plug’s two-room venue has got the anthems to give you that Friday feeling. 18+. From 11.00pm. Price £4 Gaga at Leadmill Lollipops, popcorn and balloons combine for a poptastic evening inside Sheffield’s indie haven. 18+. From 11.00pm. Price £5

SATURDAY 28TH MARCH Upmarket at The Circle Indoor marketing hosting the best in independent traders from vinyl to vintage, craft to fashion and everything in between.


LISTED From 11.00am. Price: Free Charli XCX at Plug Chart-topping Charli has defined what it means to be a pop star today, incorporating rock and hip-hop into hits like ‘I Love It’, ‘Fancy’ and ‘Boom Clap’. Perfect for Plug. From 7.30pm. Price £14 Blow Presents: Richy Ahmed and Jey Kurmis at Fez Club Hot Creations’ Richy Ahmed headlines Fez Club with a deep house mix that will have you yearning for summer. Supported by Jey Kurmis. 18+. From 11.00pm. Price £9 Cracked Actors at Queens Social Club Feeling retro? Get your dancing shoes to Queens for live performances and visual art covering the 70s and 80s, with everything from Bowie to Bush. From 7.00pm. Price £11

SUNDAY 29TH MARCH Future Islands at Plug With their euphoric instrumentals and irresistible vocals, this popular Baltimore trio will get your toes tapping whilst tugging at your sensitive side. From 7.30pm. Price £16.50 Sunday Club at Viper Rooms R&B, Hip-Hop, Urban and House for the party monsters who don’t want to wave goodbye to the weekend. Double mixers £2. Shots £1. From 10.00pm. Price: Free

Future Islands

29th March @Plug 7.30pm £16.50 While it’s difficult to link these chaps with the raw grittiness of McNulty’s antics, it turns out Baltimore has more to offer than re-ups and wire taps. If synthpop performed by realistic-looking people is your bag, you should probably not be missing this. Black Mass Sunday at South Sea Calling all head-bangers. Former Iron Maiden frontman Blaze Bayley returns to Sheffield for a heavy metal sesh in South Sea. From 7.00pm. Price £7

MONDAY 30TH MARCH Quizarama-rama at The Riverside Every Monday. Sheffield’s No. 1 alternative pub quiz will have you singing, dancing and acting. For the creative, dramatic and co-ordinated. 18+. From 8.00pm Loaded at Leadmill Every Monday. House, Indie and Chart music all under

one roof to create a unique atmosphere. Double mixers £1.50. 18+. From 11.00pm. Price £4

TUESDAY 31ST MARCH Spanked at Plug Every Tuesday. Chart, Dance, House and massive student anthems with UV paint, glitter cannons and games. Vodka mixers from £1. 18+. From: 11.00pm. Price £4 Risque at Viper Rooms Every Tuesday. Get frisky at Risque with the smoothest R&B in town. From 10.30pm. Price £4

March Ends

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毒品新知PMMA

作者: Jessica Fogarty

你可能也從新聞上讀到過一些人誤食了以為是搖頭丸的物品而導致死亡的報 導,那些物品其實是PMMA。 讓人分不清的是,PMMA也經常在街上被當成搖頭丸販賣,毒販子對這兩種物 品的稱呼也是一樣的。有時候含PMMA的藥丸子甚至跟搖頭丸長得一模一樣, 肉眼根本分不清。 底是 在服用的到

MA?

什麼是PM

你 怎麼弄清楚 什麼?

都不服。 答案是什麼 來製作 DMA(用 似,也 最簡答的 丸子被弄成像超人 M 跟 A M PM 你服用的藥 狀,外表看起來 學物品)類 形 搖頭丸的化 。服用者會感到 圖標一樣的 但是你永遠不知 A M P 有點像 然而,同樣 搖頭丸, 。 是 力 就 、藥丸和 活 滿 下去的粉末 質。 興奮、充 A的毒性要大於 用 服 你 道 M 了什麼物 急速 劑量的PM 體到底包含 用后會產生什 會導致身體 液 至 甚 , A 定服 MDM 你也不能確 因人而異。 致死亡。 為 因 升溫從而導 要比MDMA來 , 麼後果 果 PMMA的效 以很多人誤以為 所 用第二 得晚些 ---不管用就服 第一顆藥丸 ,無意間就過量 顆 顆或者第三 危險。 的 了,有死亡

辦?

舒適要怎麼

如果感覺不

適,休 物后感覺不 如果服用藥 求幫助,如果情 尋 息一會或者 則需要尋求醫療 , 況繼續惡化 會通知警方。 不 幫助。醫院

述說你的故事

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任何與毒品相關的經驗都值得分享。或許 你的故事就幫助了下一個Sheffield的學 生。方式隨你選擇,給我們發郵件或者寫 信,可以選擇匿名。 請發郵件至Jessica@wearechic.co.uk 寫信請寄到:Editor, Student Mag, 25 Leigh Street, Sheffield, S9 2PR.


問題的解決方法 比你想像中簡單。

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Sat 7th Mar • £23 adv

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Thurs 16th Apr

Sat 2nd May • £5-£10 adv

Sat 27th June • £10.50 adv

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A tribute to The Man In Black + Candi’s Dog

Sat 18th Apr • £6 adv 6.30pm

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Weds 22nd Apr • £10 adv

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Fri 10th Apr • £10 adv 6.30pm

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6.30pm

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Insane Championship Wrestling Isane Entertainment System Tour ft. Grado, Drew Galloway, Mark Coffey, Tommy End & more

80s Fancy Dress Disco

Sat 11th July • £12 adv 6.30pm

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6.30pm

Guns 2 Roses Sat 21st Nov • £12 adv

The Doors Alive

+ K.O.G & The Zongo Brigade + Dubcentral DJs + Quality Control DJs

Tues 24th Nov • £12 adv

Fri 29th May • £11 adv

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The Smyths

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6.30pm

Celebrating 30 years of Meat is Murder plus the Hits

Fri 29th May • £10 adv 6.30pm

Novana

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Fri 1st May • £7 adv

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+ Clubs & Spades live + DJ Andy H

(Mercury Music Prize winners) + Law

Ugly Duckling

11pm • over 18s only

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+ Snowblind + The Time Sellers + Paper Slave

+ Carnival of Thieves

Sat 2nd May • £6 adv

Dub Pistols live

Portico

6.30pm

Young Fathers

Electric Six + SuperBee 6.30pm

Celebrating the 20th anniversary of ‘What’s the Story Morning Glory’ Playing the full album & Greatest Hits set

Fri 4th Dec • £12.50 adv 6.30pm

UK Foo Fighters Sat 5th Dec • £20 adv

Secret Affair ‘My World’ Tour

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個季度,牛仔強勢回歸。合身牛 仔褲、牛仔夾克甚至70年代風 流一時的喇叭褲和牛仔長裙回歸 時尚舞台。對於那些在衣櫥上預 算不高的朋友們來說可是好事,誰的衣櫥 里沒有一件像樣的丹寧呢? 西服襯衫搭配牛仔褲,再配上一雙切 爾西短靴(TOPSHOP新推出的Cara Delevingne系列),一身簡單又不出錯的 夜店裝備就齊全了。House of Fraser里的 G-Star裝新上了一批Boyfriend牛仔褲( 最近被Vogue時尚雜誌評為年度Boyfriend 牛仔褲),貼合腿部線條,剛好露出腳踝 的長度,讓你穿出一種時興的鬆垮感覺, 絕對值得添加到你的衣櫥里! 全身牛仔的裝扮看起來非常復古,多虧 70年代的風尚,如今成為各大時尚紅人 爭相挑戰的裝束。但是小編建議如果你要 嘗試,上下要搭配深淺不同,例如上深下 淺,否則容易感覺過時。男女都適合,只 要你的牛仔還合身,每個人都可以嘗試。 除此之外,70年代的喇叭褲配上牛 仔吊背上衣、木底涼鞋在加上一頂 軟檐帽,一身充滿時尚的嬉皮風。 如果你的預算實在是緊,只要添置 一頂帽子和一個信使包,今年夏天 的衣櫥就足夠了。Miss Selfridge、 Primark、Warehouse、Dorothy Perkins、和剛裝修完的 TOPSHOP、River Island,都有類似值得 購買的單品。 還有連體褲,同樣是70年代復古風,快從 壓箱底的那對衣服里拿出你的連體褲吧。

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90年代標語 今季字母衫依然大勢不 減,但是各種個性標語的 位置已經從胸口移到袖 子上了,配上最火的手 抓包,New Look和Miss Selfridge都有一些很特 別的設計。 Images:


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深度粉色系 柔淡的的蠟筆色系過 去的每年春夏季度都 流行,除了今年,今 年的色調在之前的基 礎上增加了更強烈陰 鬱的基調。這種趨勢 既影響著你的衣櫥, 也包括你的妝容。 我很喜歡淺玫瑰色 和淡紫色的指甲油 (Superdrug的Barry M有一整套色盤的顏 色供你選擇。而今季 的淡色系服飾更是利 用拼接縫法和紡布材 質增添了實用性。 大愛!

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《紙上談英》 編輯組有幸採訪到 Fleur De Force, 看看她的美妝秘籍和時 尚法典…….

時尚美妝YouTube熱門人物Fleur De Force二月份期間 來到Sheffield為自己出版的第一本書《Glam Guide》宣 傳造勢。 不出意外,粉絲們聞風而至,從約克夏郡周圍蜂擁而至來到 宣傳地點:賣得好購物中心內的WH Smith;Fleur De Force 是如今最炙手可熱的“視博主”(視頻博客主的簡稱)、她 的YouTube頁面有150萬訂閱者,Instagram有43萬多追隨 者,Twitter有20萬粉絲。 怎麼會有開視頻博客這個想法的? 其實開自己的博客之前的大半年,我都在花時間看別人的視 頻、讀別人的博客文章,所以基本上是從一個粉絲的心態開 始,想看看自己能不能也做一個。 對初出茅廬的博客主有什麼建議? 最重要的還是要做自己,特別是YouTube可以完全顯示出你最 29 | Stu-Mag


真實的一面。其他的就是無所 畏懼勇往直前了!不做過就不 可能知道,況且你總是能刪除 或者換掉不理想的視頻。 恭喜你的新書出版,《The Glam Guide》,是不是一直以 來的夢想? 謝謝!我開始做自己博客之前 從沒有想過要出書,但是這本 書寫了5年了,很高興能看到 自己竟然能夠完成整本書的創 作,因為一般博客主都是寫 幾句話然後就插入博客上的 內容。 你認為對每個女孩來說,最重 要的美麗要素是什麼? 絕對是睫毛膏,可以喚醒你的 雙眼,讓你頓時炯炯有神。

那時尚要素呢? 當然是一條小黑裙了 ---- 不知道穿什麼的時候, 就拿出你的小黑裙配紅唇,絕對是永遠不出錯的 搭配! 有沒有什麼幾分鐘內能夠變女神的美妝小技巧? 一隻百搭的紅唇膏!   15年春夏季度的美妝趨勢,有什麼你會親自嘗試 的? 我非常喜歡今年很多品牌都推出的淺玫瑰色和淡紫 色的指甲油,另外我本身也是大粗辮子的粉絲,所 以今年夏天應該一直會梳這種髮型。 你覺得什麼流行趨勢已經是一去不復返了? 蛤蟆裝!從未喜歡也永遠不會喜歡。 你的美妝和時尚靈感來自哪裡? 我最喜歡的時尚博客主是Blair Eadie。

很高興能看到自 己竟然能夠完成整 本書的創作,因為一 般博客主都是寫幾句話然 後就插入博客上的內容。 博客,你更喜歡哪一個?

我非常喜歡你的頭 髮 ---- 你是怎麼能 保持這麼好的髮 質的? 謝謝!我用了很多 很滋潤的髮膜,經 常也自己在家做一 點 ---- 我的書里有 很多自製髮膜的 配方。 時尚雜誌或者時尚

我一般都是看博客,因為她們更新得更快,而且是 免費的,隨時隨刻都可以看,但是我也喜歡光滑封 面的Grazia和Glamour等雜誌。 下一步計劃是什麼? 這個夏天將會有幾個很令人期 待的項目,我非常想跟大 家分享,可是還不能!

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年輕人對癡呆症的認識足夠嗎?謝菲爾德大學生Sharney Warren 就癡呆症這一話題跟我們分享了她的親身經歷…

有經歷過身邊的 至親突然患上癡 呆症的人才能明 白那種心碎。像 我這樣的年輕人沒有意識 到癡呆症能夠帶來的破壞 力和嚴重後果,因此我此 刻寫這篇文章希望提醒那 些像我一樣的年輕人,成 為癡呆症的“知情人”,讓 身處相同困境的同類們知 道他們並不孤單是多麼重 要。 癡呆症是由一些引起腦部 受損的疾病引起的,例如 中風,而最常見的癡呆症 病因是阿爾茲海默氏症, 俗稱老人癡呆。不同癡呆 症患者會呈現不同的病

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症,特別是發病早期。 根據阿爾茲海默氏症協會 的數據顯示,一般65歲以 上的人容易患老年癡呆, 在這個年齡群里,每14個 人內就有1個人患有癡呆 症,預計英國今年已經有 85萬人被診斷出患有癡呆 症。然而,低於65歲的癡 呆症患者也超出4萬人。 如果不採取任何措施而放 任這種趨勢發展,至2025 年為止,該數據可能會 到達114萬餘人。不幸的 是,目前這種疾病尚沒有 根治的醫治方法,但是有 各種醫療組織和活動組織 為癡呆症患者提供支持幫


助,以更好地應對患有癡 呆症的生活。 當我的爺爺,John在將近 60的時候被確診患上癡呆 症的時候,我們一家人度 過了一段很艱難的時期。 在此之前我一直忙著自己 的生活,總是想著以後還 有很多時間跟爺爺相處, 於是很久沒有跟他老人家 聯繫過。可惜我錯了,奶 奶的突然去世加重了爺爺 的病情,最終我們不得不 把爺爺送進一所專門照 顧癡呆症老年人的療養 中心。

醫生不會告訴你,當 爺爺突然出手打人的 時候你該怎麼做 三年前,奶奶還沒有去 世,因為爺爺被診斷出癡 呆症,而且有幾次中風, 所以我們相處的時間比較 頻繁,而那段時間是我們 人生中最寶貴的時刻。即 使在爺爺病情惡化之前我

們經常的相處的時間里, 我就已經發現他會時不時 想不起過去的事,沒有辦 法集中精神,沒有辦法下 決定。 看了好幾次醫生后,我們 終於被告知爺爺患了老 年癡呆,醫院給了我們一 張宣傳單包含著一些我們 需要知道的信息。雖然裡 面的信息很詳細,但是對 於我父母操心照顧剛剛失 去老伴的爺爺所承擔的一 切,這張傳單並沒有什麼 幫助。隨著爺爺的病情不 斷惡化,經歷過一系列醫 生會診和咨詢師的建議, 我意識到沒有人會告訴你 這種該死的病所帶來的真 正傷害。 醫生不會告訴你,當爺爺 突然出手打人的時候你該 怎麼做;不會告訴你,爺 爺每天去店裡賣報紙不給 錢就走的時候,你該怎麼 做;沒有人告訴你,你改 如何向店員解釋你的親人 患有癡呆症,而不是一個 小偷。 醫生也不會告訴你,當爺 爺忘記了自己患有癡呆 症,以為你們想擺脫麻煩 而把他送進療養院時,看

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著你問你是不是還愛他的 時候你該怎麼做;他們不 會告訴你,你的親人很快 就會忘記你的姓名,甚至 忘記你是他的孫子這個事 實。沒有人告訴你該怎麼 跟身邊正在和健康的爺爺 奶奶聊電話的有著良好學 業成績和正常社交生活的 同齡人傾訴你的痛苦,向 他們解釋你的生活是如何 圍繞著一個辛勤勞動了一 輩子而如今卻無法和任何 親人溝通的病重患者。 醫生更不會告訴你,一旦 爺爺進入晚期,你需要抱 著最後一絲讓他自豪的希 望,把你拿到駕照和考上 大學的好消息一遍又一遍 地跟他宣佈。 癡呆症偷走了爺爺應該 和我、和我的家人我 的朋友一起度過的時 光,也因為我的親身 經歷,我相信目前英 國的年輕人們對這種 病的認識嚴重不足。 我們不需要照顧到每 一個在療養院里的老 年癡呆患者,但是我 們要明白,那個路過 你身邊看起來很困惑的老 人可能下一個就是你的親 人,他們或許正需要你的 幫助。 阿爾茲海默氏症協會和癡 呆症患者友愛協會可以為 你提供支持,幫助你更多 的了解這種無法治愈的疾 病,以及做一些力所能及 的小事給予患者關愛。不 管是幫助老人搭乘那輛正 確的巴士,還是對那位排 在你前面賣單的癡呆患者 多些耐,一些細小的舉動

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都能讓其他人感受到暖心 的關愛。 最近一些調查顯示,癡呆 症可能與一些非處方藥的 服用有關,例如抗失眠藥 和花粉症用藥,基於這些 調查,英國社會應該提高 群體意識,確保年輕人對 這種疾病有一定的認識。 想當志願者提供幫助么? 你可以做的其實很多,從 心出發加入愛心的隊伍, 加入社區關愛的隊伍,幫 助你身邊的朋友,家人甚 至同事。不管出於什麼原 因,都歡迎你加入我們的 慈善組織。 去年我參加了謝菲爾德在 Rother Valley Country Park舉行的“記憶步行活

我們不需要照顧到 每一個在療養院里 的老年癡呆患者 動”,為慈善組織籌款超過 200鎊,這對我們的組織 意義重大,這筆錢可以幫 助病人在當地的療養院參 加藝術課,也可以幫助病 人出外旅遊或者參加任何 活動。 以下是一些簡單的卻又對 我們意義重大的小善舉: -在當地社區舉辦籌款活 動,在校園/社區間傳遞關 於癡呆症的知識,告訴大 家任何舉動都有幫助,儘


管只是發表以下關於該疾 病的意見,向你身邊的人 講述你的相關經歷。 -阿爾茲海默氏症協會每年 都會在全國範圍內舉辦“記 憶步行籌款活動”,去年超 過3,3000人參加,共同籌 款近180萬,用以支持幫 助癡呆症患者。 -成為志願者:不僅可以美 化你的簡歷,更可以在長 遠意義上幫助患者。如果 你有很多空餘時間,而又 不願意一直抱著電腦“煲電 視劇”,那你就有足夠的理 由向他人伸出援手。 -跟學聯談談:他們有能力 讓你的任何一個構思變成 現實。

-舉辦活動:可以幫助籌 款,內容可以是關於體 育、蛋糕甚至漂亮的裙 子! - 開展反對目前歧視癡呆 症患者的收費系統的活 動,爭取改變現狀。 -捐款:每一分都會被用來 幫助癡呆症患者。 -更多關於癡呆症以及“ 記憶步行籌款活動”的 信息,請登錄網站www. alzheimers.org.uk查詢。 -如果你決定成為癡呆 症友愛大使請登錄www. dementiafriends.org.uk註 冊報名,便可獲得癡呆症 宣傳手冊,其中包括各種 有用的信息。

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@ KaffihUs 作者:Jessica Fogarty 一進屋就被香氣四溢的咖啡和 滿臉笑容的服務生迎接了。 他抬手指了指頭頂上的黑板式 手寫菜單,羅列著一些列令人 垂涎欲滴的三明治夾餡選擇, 當天的例湯和當天的特餐 – 楓 蜜煎餅 – 以及10多種口味的茶 和咖啡。 菜單上的所有東西都很吸引 人,但是我們很快就被櫃檯旁 邊陳列的一排排蛋糕和脆皮派 轉移了注意力。我們好不容易 控制住自己,先點了份主餐。 我們點了紐約三明治(£2.80 ) -- 夾餡包括西班牙辣香腸、

熏火腿、小酸黃 咖啡室裝潢陳 我們肯定會再來的, 瓜、芝士片和美 很快。 舊得很有感 乃滋芥末醬,外 層是兩片新鮮麵 覺,墻上還有 位於藝術家群聚地 包、炒雞蛋配麵 Haggler’s Corner,這 包(£3.90), 很多當地藝術 件咖啡室周圍有很多古 還有兩杯低脂肪 董店、瑜伽工作室和當 家的作品。 地藝術家、手藝家的 拿鐵(£4.00) 。分量很足,價 作坊。 格很實惠。 Kaffihus每天都開業,時間從 整間店都坐滿了三三兩兩的 早上10點到下午5點,免費 人 – 沙發上的一堆學生很友好 WiFi。非常適合你度過一個休 地給我們騰出來一些空間。真 閒的下午。 有愛! 咖啡室裝潢陳舊得很有感覺, 墻上還有很多當地藝術家的 作品。

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書評

作者:Ethan Tellett

《惡人將橫行》 《謊言股份有限公司》 作者:Danielle Paige 3月31日新書上架 作者:Paula Stokes 3月24日新書上架 Danielle Paige的山寨《 綠野仙蹤》系列出人意 厭倦了大學的Max成立 料地受歡迎,特別是去 了一個謊言股份有限公 年四月她寫下“Dorothy 司 ---- 專門給想逃課的 必死”的預言后。2015 同學偽造病假條和編造 年的全新系列《惡人 可信的請加故事。 將橫行》里,主人翁 結果公司大獲成功,現 Amy Gumm必須使勁渾 金不斷流入,Max和他 身解數殺掉Dorothy和 的助手也賺得盆滿缽 釋放Oz。她被迫取出 滿。然而這一切都因為 鐵皮人的心臟,偷取稻 一個親密朋友的善意謊 草人的腦袋和帶走獅子 言而結束了,這個謊言 的膽魄。當Amy發現Oz 令Max成為了被通緝的 的存在威脅著自己家鄉 殺人犯。 Kansas時,故事出現了 Max是否能在入獄之前 巧妙的轉機。 及時找出真兇?作者 Paula Stokes用巧妙的 文筆告訴讀者一個簡單 的道理:誠實永遠是最 好的對策。

《催化劑》 3月24日新書上架

在這部錯綜複雜的科幻愛情故事 里,浪漫和哲學的碰撞讓你不得不 思考,作為人的意義。 過去的一年間,Zel失去了她的父 親、她的兒子她的安全以及一切美 好未來的幻想。只剩下姐姐和如今 被她稱為家的安全屋。 當兩姐妹逃到傳說中的芝加哥天 21 | Stu-Mag

《告白》 作者:Colleen Hoover 3月10日新書上架 《消失的女孩》 作者:Lauren Oliver 3月10日新書上架 兩姐妹Dara和Nick從小 形影不離,直到一場車 禍令Dara的臉上留下了 傷疤,從此兩姐妹愈發 疏遠。 當Dara失蹤后,Nick 一直被兩人疏遠的愧疚 感折磨著,同時9歲的 Madeline Snow也消失 了。堅信這兩宗失蹤之 間有聯繫,Nick必須在 還來得及之前找到姐姐 Dara。 沾著《消失的愛人》的 光,這本書肯定很快在 校園間廣為傳閱。

作者:Lydia Kang

堂,Zel總是聽到一個男孩的聲 音,那男孩說願意用自己的生命換 取她姐姐的安全。 Zel用盡一切辦法試圖找出聲音背 後的男孩,然而途中她卻發現了很 多不為人知的秘密。她們體內的基 因突變遠不止如此,她們甚至面臨 著在外界世界里能否生存的困難。

當Auburn Reed把簡歷 留給當地畫廊的一個神 秘的藝術家手上之時, 她的尋職歷程出現了浪 漫的轉機。 很快Auburn就無可救 藥地愛上了這個神秘男 人,Owen Gentry。但 是Owen隱藏的秘密和 不為人所知的過去將會 毀掉一切。 當Auburn漸漸抽 離,Owen不得不坦 白。但是這段真相的衝 擊力比罪惡更可怕。


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華納影業釋出了由《開麥拉 驚魂》Tropic Thunder編劇 伊坦柯亨(Etan Cohen) 首次執導的喜劇電影《Get Hard》的全新劇照以及海 報。本片由威爾法洛(Will Ferrell)以及凱文哈特 (Kevin Hart)主演,劇情 描述一位家財萬貫的對沖基 金經理James因詐欺而被判 刑,法官特別給了他三十 天時間,讓他安排處理工 作上的相關事宜。絕望之 餘,James找來幫他洗車的 小弟Darnell,幫助他準備 蹲苦牢時會面對的難題。不 過Darnell是一位非常努力 上進的年輕人,根本連一張 罰單都沒拿過,更別說坐 牢了。

《速度與激情7》 4月3日上映 上一集中盧克·伊萬斯飾演的大 反派正是本集傑森·斯坦森飾演 角色的哥哥,斯坦森殺死了姜 成鎬飾演的角色韓,向飛車家 族發出了復仇宣言。飛車家族 們將與斯坦森展開以牙還牙的 較量。 溫子仁目前正積極忙於影片拍 攝前的準備工作,而且正在設 計了很多“與眾不同”的動作場 面。除此之外,他還在采訪中 爆出一段猛料:傑森·斯坦森確 定加盟《速度與激情7》,飾 演第六部大反派歐文·肖(盧克· 伊萬斯 飾)的哥哥伊恩·肖,屆 時將上演哥哥為弟弟報仇的戲 碼。再加上確定回歸的範·迪塞 爾和“巖石”道恩·強森,三大“光 頭猛男”無疑將碰撞出更為熱血 的火花。

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《商務囧途》 又名《凸槌三人行》 3月6日 上映 這是一部“職場+公路”類型的賤 俗喜劇,文斯·沃恩扮演一個小 老板,湯姆·威爾金森和戴夫· 弗蘭科扮演他的員工。為了做 成一單生意,他們飛到德國談 判,西耶娜·米勒扮演的同行 要和他們搶單。在這一路上, 各種奇怪和好笑的事情都發 生了。

《分歧者2:叛亂者》 3月20日上映 改編自橫掃歐美各大圖書獎、 長期攻占各大暢銷書排行榜, 與《飢餓遊戲》 齊名之暢銷三 部曲青少年小說! 《神鬼戰士》《大亨小傳》億 萬製片精心打造。 在躲過追殺後,翠絲(雪琳伍 德莉 飾)和托比亞(席歐詹姆 斯 飾)等一行人逃往友好派尋 求協助,雖然明知不可能永遠 躲避下去,但她好希望有那麼 一次,讓別人去肩負重任,因 為她已經筋疲力盡,似乎再也 無法擔任那個揭開陰謀、領導 革命的人。而在這趟充滿猜疑 與危險的逃亡之路上,她以為 自己對於背叛已司空見慣,但 翠絲怎麼也沒想到,與她關係 最密切、感情最親近的他,竟 然是一名背叛者。這是她寧可 被謊言遮蔽雙眼也不願接受的 真相,也是傷她最深最痛的一 場騙局…


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單機遊戲下載 這部恐怖冒險遊戲的前兩個章節已經在去年上 市了,如果你錯過了它們,是因為《衰敗:無 盡夢魘》僅通過WindowsStore發售。 遊戲的主角是一個叫做Sam的男子,他加入了一 個叫做“觸摸夢想”的協會,希望能夠讓自己擺脫 毒品和的他那悲慘人生困擾,但在他剛加入這 個協會的第一夜,一些奇怪的事情發生了,他 陷入了一個似乎永遠沒有盡頭的噩夢當中…… 這款遊戲還是蠻恐怖的,進入遊戲後玩家很快 就會變得緊張起來。在遊戲中玩家要扮演一名 叫Sam主角,而你要通過參加一個機構的活動來 擺脫毒癮,但就在你加入組織的第一天晚上的 時候就發現自己陷入了一個無盡的夢魘之中, 在這裏會發現很多恐怖的事件,你決定要從夢 魘中出來。你要在遊戲中進行一系列的解謎, 在這過程中遊戲會有一定的提示,那麽最終你 能否順利解謎呢?那就讓我們拭目以待吧!

本作的故事發生在1998年的7月,浣熊市西北郊 區發生了駭人聽聞的連續殺人事件,整個家庭 遭受一群人的襲擊,並且明顯是被咬死的。市 警局派出S.T.A.R.S.的B隊前去調查,卻失去了 聯系。A隊奉命前往調查,搜索失聯的直升機和 同伴,從此踏上夢魘般的旅程。 作者:Ants Ambridge

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《紙上談英》小編們採訪到寫唱歌手,Lucy Rose,她即將發佈第二張專 輯,作為她巡迴演唱會的其中一站,將于這個月尾來到Sheffield。 作者:Jessica Fogarty 非常高興你能在3月20日來Sheffield的Plug演 出,關於這場演出有什麼可以先透露的么? 我會表演一首很應景的單曲“Sheffield”,還有9首 或者10首新專輯的歌。這也將是我第一次在舞台 上站著唱歌。如果你以前看過我的現場,你應該 會知道我總是坐在凳子上抱著自己的吉他,但是 這一次我準備好了,不再坐著,而是要站在舞台 中央面對我的聽眾們。 能夠在英國開巡迴演唱會的感覺如何? 非常期待。每次看到門票售出的數字都大吃一 驚,因為到現在我都很難想象有人會掏錢來聽 我唱歌。 今年晚些即將發佈的第二張專輯,對此歌迷們應 該有什麼樣的期待? 我已經發佈了一首單曲“Cover Up”,預示著這張 專輯代表我的轉型,跟我過去的第一張專輯很不 同,包含更多的電子樂,感覺更富有生機但是有 似曾相識。我加入了很多電子吉他伴奏,還加入 了我的第一次鋼琴伴奏。 最喜歡的表演場地在哪? 越小越好,我比較怪,我喜歡跟聽眾們有眼神接 觸 ---- 可以幫助我跟他們產生互動。我不喜歡一 大堆人,每個人的臉你都看不清,我比較喜歡看 清楚每一張臉,所以可以產生親密近距離接觸的 演出場地是我最喜歡的。 怎麼形容你的音樂? 大部分有輕快的節奏,有著讓你想跟著踏腳的 節拍。每一首歌都表達了不同情緒所以很難一 概而論。

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將會在今年的音樂節演出么? 還不確定,但是我很希望能在Glasto上表演。 如果不唱歌, 你會做什麼? 任何其他事情,但是我從來都覺得我會走上歌手 這條路。我總是在寫歌,然後看能不能創造出什 麼。我不會覺得現在獲得的一切都理所當然,因 為你永遠不知道這樣的成功能持續多久。 誰是你的靈感來源? 經典的老一派的歌曲作家,例如Carole和Neil Young。 你目前最引以為豪的成就是什麼? 專輯的每首歌都是我自己寫的,我喜歡完全掌 控,所以對此我很自豪。 不工作的時候你都喜歡做什麼? 我的生活并不搖滾,大部分時間會步行去 Cotswolds,我知道聽起來很無聊但是這是我喜 歡做的事。 關於巡迴演出和新專輯,粉絲們應該期待什麼? 我還在等待,第一張專輯發表后,我有機會去到 遠至新加坡進行演出,我從來沒有想過英國意外 的地方還有人這麼喜歡我的音樂。所以希望第二 張專輯也能成功這樣我就能再到處旅行了。

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樂隊專訪 THE ANSWER 新專輯《Raise A Little Hell》 今年3月9日發佈

樂隊成員Cormac Neeson說道:“我們很 高興向大家介紹即將發 表的新專輯《Raise A Little Hell》,對我們 意義重大。”

北愛爾蘭搖滾樂隊The Answer 即將在今年三月發表他們的新 專輯《Raise A Little Hell》。 由西班牙製作人Guillermo ‘Will’ Maya操刀製作,于 2014年夏天在馬德里工作 室灌錄。該專輯去年在倫 敦還收錄了Chris Sheldon (Foo Fighters、Biffy Clyro、Garbage)的作品。 09 | Stu-Mag

第一首單曲名為“Red” ,由Nashville填詞。 這首歌是樂隊一直以來 想灌錄的曲目。音樂 短片將由來自Maverick Renegade Productions 的Darren Lee導演, 並由來自Belfast的 Christine Boyle提供主 題為“Monsters”的道具 服飾,Christine Boyle曾與《 權力的遊戲》等大片合作。 樂隊即將開始為期40天的UK 巡迴演出,隨即而來的音樂節 上也會露面。相信US巡演也即 將宣佈時間! 樂隊The Answer的新專輯《Raise A Little Hell》3月21日將在Corporation Sheffield有售。


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音真棒,不知道現場會不會很 差勁”,實際上他的現場更棒, 而且他很幽默! “All About That Bass”紅遍全 球,在英國Billboard已經連續 四周蟬聯冠軍。你寫這首歌的 時候有沒有一絲絲的感覺它會 這麼受歡迎? 我們寫完“All About That Bass” 就冷藏起來了。我當時的想法 是“挺不錯的,嗯。不過應該沒 有人喜歡聽這種歌。也沒有流 行歌手會唱這首歌因為她們每 個都是零號身材,也沒有人唱 的同時說唱”。所以結果就是 我完全沒有頭緒這可能是我一 輩子最重要的一首歌了。而且 你們現在聽到的版本就是首輪 灌錄的版本,沒有合成沒有調 音,我當時在錄音棚唱完是什 麼樣,現在大街小巷放出來的 就是什麼樣。 有沒有在外面什麼地方聽到在 播放自己的歌? 有啊,感覺很奇怪。我當時從 家裡出去吃壽司,一進門就聽 到“Lips Are Movin”,5分鐘后又 在放“Bass”,完了又回放“Lips” ,就這兩首一直在循環。然後 我才意識到“我真TMD出名!還 不是一般的出名”。 你第一次聽到自己的歌在電台 播放的時候在哪? 嗯,“All About That Bass”被 電台播放的時候我和我的製作 人在納什維爾,我當時超級幸 福不是因為這是第一次,而是 因為“聽起來太棒了!因為之 前我還擔心在電台上因為失真 會聽起來很挫,但是效果卻這 麼好” ! 新專輯《Title》中最喜歡的單 曲是哪首? 每天都不同,現在是“Bang Dem Sticks”。

這張專輯中有機會跟John Legend合作感覺怎麼樣? 那首是我製作的!我對自己感 到很自豪所以我想“我TMD從 13歲開始就當製作了,我必須 至少把一首作品放進去!”, 當我要求把“Bang Dem Sticks” 和“3am”加進去的時候,很多人 跟我說什麼“這不是Doo-wop” 啊,但是我不在乎,我是歌曲 作家,這些是我最喜歡的作 品所以我就是要把這些發佈 出去。 我的唱片公司同時也是John Legend的公司,於是我就把這 些歌曲和我的清唱視頻發給了 他們,他們沒告訴我就將這些 播放個John聽了,誰知道John 說我想唱這些歌。然後我就覺 得“誰?誰想唱來著?哦他啊, 行啊沒問題,就唱唄”。 專輯還有另外一個合作製作 人,Kevin Kadish,他自 己本身也寫了 很多非常好 的歌。例如 Stacie Orrico 的“Stuck”。 啊真的!我 本是是他的 死忠歌迷, 他還幫Jason Mraz寫過歌。 包括“Geek In The Pink”和“It’s all about the wordplay”,厲害吧!所以當時 我見到他就盡量地故作鎮靜, 跟他說“我會說唱”,他說“Okay” ,我說“我喜歡Doo-wop”,他 說“酷~”,然後我就說“可是我不 是2號身材”!然後我們就這件 事寫了首歌,看著問對方“你喜 歡么?”,他當時的反應是“我喜 歡!太喜歡了!”。我當然還是 他的粉絲,整張專輯錄製過程 中我都在提醒他“我還是十分崇 拜你”。感覺太瘋狂了,因為我 一直覺得大家沒有給予他足夠

的重視,所以現在的成功也歸 功於他一大部分,我很慶幸當 時跟他合作了。能夠在各種前 線派對上看到他實在是件很高 興的事情! 挑一首你最喜歡不是自己的歌 曲?你希望是自己寫的那種? 碧姐的“Halo”,太T.M.D 牛逼了!我今天早上還在 想呢,擦,你看看那些歌 詞!“Remember those walls I built, baby they’re tumbling down”;另外還有B寶 的“Mistletoe”,是我聽到過的 最好聽的聖誕歌! 全世界到處跑的感覺怎麼樣? 棒極了!像我這樣21歲的女 孩,沒有幾個能說自己去過澳 大利亞、德國、意大利、瑞典 和英國的,但是我可以很高興 的說我都去過了!一般這個年

紀的都最多能說我出國讀過 書,但她們最多也只呆過一個 地方。 目前最喜歡的是哪個國家? 英國最美了!我可不是因為你 在採訪我我才這麼說的!某些 地方讓我想起德國,因為我在 這兩個國家看到的風景是一模 一樣的!但是德國的食物太突 出了! 在這裡品嘗過一些美食沒?


還沒….. 除了酒店餐,但是很不 錯。 不知道為什麼,我們的食物總是 被吐槽為“黑暗料理”。 是麼?Nando’s太好吃了!我在酒 店就一直吃雞肉,因為很好吃, 吃完Nando’s酒店就感覺遜色了。 自從來了之後我一直吃雞肉。 有沒有帶上什麼你離不開的東西 陪你到處跑? 我最近剛買了一個毛絨公仔叫 Paddles ---- 是一隻企鵝。好像 在Instagram上挺出名的。我去哪 都帶上他,可愛極了。還有我媽 媽手工製作的首飾,因為我父母 不喜歡跟著我到處跑,所以我帶 上這些好時刻想起他們。我媽媽 設計很多東西(指著自己的金戒 指,有三個環),這是代表著我 和兩個兄弟的。我爸爸給我做了 這個(指著手鏈),他在我心目 中是永遠的音樂家,然而他自己 卻經常說“我最想成為的是一個首 飾品設計家”。 作為一名音樂家,你爸爸肯定特 別為你感到自豪吧。 是啊,他以前是一個樂隊教師, 但是他總是告訴我“不管你將來做 什麼職業,一定要做你最擅長的 事情”,所以他自己也經常獲得一 些類似“最佳首飾設計”的獎,然 後我就被格萊美提名了,“年度最 佳單曲”,嗯所以,我想我達到爸 爸的要求了! 下一步有什麼計劃? 四月份開始巡迴演出。今年應 該是讓大家更深層次認識我的 一年,讓大家更了解Meghan Trainor是怎樣的一個人。對此我 非常期待。2014年已經是非常美 好的一年了……我想2015年會有 更多的特別演出,一些我還沒有 上過的節目例如Saturday Night L Mive eghan 之類的。 Trainor的首張專輯 《TITLE》現已發售。


ra(綽號“ 聽說她的音樂影響來自Sinat 優秀的 瘦皮猴”,被公認為20世紀最 Meghan 美國流行男歌手之一)?這個 呢? Trainor是不是有點自視過高 著單曲“All About That Bass” 紅遍全 球,2015年Meghan Trainor帶著她 的第二首單曲“Lips Are Movin”強勢 回歸。 憑藉她辨識度超高的嗓音,這首新單曲是 Meghan對“Doo-wop”(杜沃普搖滾樂)的又 一次獨特大膽的嘗試。 雖然有Meghan甜美陽光的外表包裝,這首 歌暗含的主題其實唱出了每個女孩的心聲 ----- 拒絕濫情不靠譜的渣男。 一月下旬Meghan發表了她的首張專輯 《Title》 ---- 這是2015年度最受期待的專輯 之一。看來這位活潑開朗的美國女歌手勢如 破竹,將要登上樂壇新星的寶座。 《紙上談英》小編們來讀者揭秘,到底 Meghan Trainor是如何在短短不到一年的 時間內從一個默默無名卻小有作為的流行 歌曲作家搖身一變成為格萊美提名世界巨 星的…… 年僅21歲就取得了這麼高的成就,你是不是 為自己感到十分自豪? 從今往後我就會被介紹為“格萊美提名歌手 Meghan Trainor,酷斃了。

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過去一年最重要的時刻是什麼? 最重要的時刻剛過去不久!我的生日讓我畢 生難忘!巨大的劇場里兩萬人同時為我唱起 生日快樂歌,多虧了Nick Jonas我是他的超 級粉絲。 聽說天后碧昂斯也是你的歌迷? 是啊,簡直難以置信,我太高興了! 聽說Michael Buble在Instagram上傳了一段 他翻唱的“All About That Bass”,你覺得怎 麼樣? 我可喜歡他了,這下可以在我的遺願清單 上劃去一項了,因為其中一項就是希望 Michael Buble認識我,沒想到他竟然還翻 唱了我的歌,死都瞑目了。我還記得當時 我在床上,看到Instagram然後猛地坐起來 大喊“媽,你看到沒看到沒?”然後我媽就說“ 看見了看見了!”我至今為止只看過5場演唱 會,Michael Buble是其中一個,當時我還激 動得哭了。在那之前我想“他錄製出來的聲


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STUHello! MEET THE TEAM Director Hussain Shafique hussain@wearechic.co.uk Commercial Manager Tracie Midgley tracie@wearechic.co.uk Editor JESSICA FOGARTY jessica@wearechic.co.uk Sales Consultants ben cawthorne ben@wearechic.co.uk LIAM FErrIEr liam@wearechic.co.uk Design Director Shane Gilmartin shane@wearechic.co.uk Graphic Designers Hal Walker hal@wearechic.co.uk Samantha Davison samantha@wearechic.co.uk Web Developer Adam Tesh adam@wearechic.co.uk Web Designer GAry thirtle gary@wearechic.co.uk Photographer Aiden Marples aiden@wearechic.co.uk Accounts sonia rashed sonia@wearechic.co.uk Distributor Waleed Akbar Contributors: Guilia Smith, Bethanie Lunn, Ethan Tellett 03 | Stu-Mag

Hello,非常高興又跟大家見面了。 Meghan Trainor是如何在短短不到一年的時間內從一個默 默無名卻小有作為的流行歌曲作家搖身一變成為格萊美提 名世界巨星的……當紅歌手MEGHAN TRAINOR專訪P4 小編們還採訪到寫唱歌手,Lucy Rose,她即將發佈第二張 專輯,作為她巡迴演唱會的其中一站,將于這個月尾來到 Sheffield。專訪P13。 除此之外還有平時大家最愛的內容包括書評、電影快訊和 APP分享、遊戲點評以及美髮美容專欄。 希望你們喜歡!

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