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Land of Lost Content | An Interview with Henry Maddicott

Arts Editor Chloé Eathorne speaks with Henry Maddicott for The Falmouth Anchor to discuss his
autobiographical play Land of Lost Content.

Third Parties in Britain’s Upcoming General Election: How well can we expect them to perform?

An analysis on the prospects of third parties in the upcoming general election.

Cockroaches, allegations, and personal versus universal tragedy as presented in the work of Franz Kafka.

A personal and tumultuous literary journey with Kafka and many other authors.

Interviewing [Re]Start: It’s never too late to try and redefine the self-help genre

2023 SU election results announced

The Falmouth & Exeter Students’ Union announced the results of the 2023 SU presidential elections today.

SU 2023 elections: ‘Why should students vote for you?’

Students are voting to elect a new President Exeter, President Falmouth and two Vice Presidents.

The battle of the miners: Bottle Match 2023

Lula Da Silva’s return: from struggles for democracy to ambitious regional projects. What can we expect from Brazil’s new president?

Falmouth lights 200 candles to stand with the 200 refugee children currently missing from government-approved hotels in the UK

Monday the 30th of January saw over 100 members of the local community gather on Falmouth Moor in response to the disappearance in recent months of child refugees in Government Approved Hotels. The vigil was put on to demonstrate their solidarity with refugees across the world and to share their experiences about refugees in politics and in the media.

A summer of Pride is returning to Cornwall: Pride 2023 line up announced

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