Imogen Lancaster explains how the new range of Christian Louboutin heels is diversifying the fashion industryWritten by Imogen Lancaster on 5th July 2017
Spotted on Campus
As we enter the third semester, Life&Style writer Matthew Magill looks back on what UoB students were getting up to before the stress of exams kicked in
1. Jack Wynn Poynton (top left):
"Just waiting for an old family friend who works at the university to talk about changing degrees. I haven't been enjoying mine. Yeah, I'm currently doing a Foundation Year in Physical Sciences and Engineering, to later do Computer Sciences, but I'm just not sure it's what I want to do anymore. Hopefully I'll get to do Psychology. I did it at A-Level, I just loved it so much, I don't know why I never pursued it. I find it interesting; I want to learn more."
2. Jacob Horskamp (top middle):
"I'm American, should I say something about that? I'm studying International Relationships. I'm also one of the youngest elected officials in the country. On the board of education. I had a campaign!"
3. Kate Lowther (top right):
"Um does this make it look as if I, like, actually go to libraries and stuff?"
4. Lawrence Hide & Isabelle Jones (bottom left):
Isabelle's partner, Lawrence, attends the 'Rainbow Trail' tour to support her queer sonnet and illustration based exhibition:
"Love someone who makes you laugh"
5. Finn Humphris (bottom middle):
Finn explains the importance of LGBTQ history after his speech on Alexander the Great
"It's been fantastic working with everyone and exploring diverse queer history. I hope we are seeing a trend in the growing acknowledgement of the queer voices in history that will continue for years to come (within and without history months)!"
6. Ross Strong (bottom right):
Ross Strong discusses his role as Welfare Officer as the 'Rainbow Trail' tour ends, just hours before the new officer is elected: "Anyone can fill the role, you just need to be passionate for it and work hard. We're trying to encourage more people to go for the two-year positions so that long-term goals can be pushed through and we don't have to 'restart' with each year"