Meet the Team: Clare Patterson

Clare, 4th year English Literature, Editor-in-Chief

Who are you?
I’m Clare, I’m a final year English Lit student from Nothumberland in England.

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qmunicate’s Summer Reading Recommendations

My Immortal

Every now and again I come across a piece of literature that is life changing. At any other time, these universally solitary pieces of art would fade into obscurity, but at a specific juncture they have the power to define a generation. For the noughties nihilists, films like The Room occupy that space. When it comes to literature, however, there can only be one true monarch: My Immortal.

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Arts Review: Wind Resistance – Karine Polwart (Celtic Connections)

Dir. Wils Wilson, Tron Theatre, 25th – 28th January

Karine Polwart’s one-woman show is an intimate, tender thing to behold. A tapestry of folk concert, autobiography, fireside anecdote and feminist lecture, Polwart pulls together disparate mediums and narratives to create something akin to the original Highland Ceilidh – not only song and dance, but also community meeting and personal storytelling.

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Arts Review: Wind Resistance – Karine Polwart ( Celtic Connections )

Dir. Wils Wilson, Tron Theatre, 25th – 28th January

Karine Polwart’s one-woman show is an intimate, tender thing to behold. A tapestry of folk concert, autobiography, fireside anecdote and feminist lecture, Polwart pulls together disparate mediums and narratives to create something akin to the original Highland Ceilidh – not only song and dance, but also community meeting and personal storytelling.

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qmunicate’s Favourite STEM books

qmunicate recommends their favourite STEM related books for you all to enjoy. From sex, to physics, to, well, everything else, you’re bound to find something to tickle your fancy. So, kick back with a nice mug of moderately boiled H²0 infused with extracts of Camellia sinensis, and enjoy getting your science on.

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The Onion Cracks the Film Industry

The Onion have signed a three-film deal with Lionsgate in the satirical website’s first foray into film. The films will be developed through 2018, and details about the upcoming projects are yet to be released. Onion Studios VP Kyle Ryan said “We’ve plotted our takeover of the film industry for some time. With the help of Serious Business and Lionsgate, we’ll make room on our award shelf for some Oscars. To the basement you go, Pulitzers.”

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