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Easter is almost here and so The Buzz contributors have come up with five ideas each of how to spend your spare time. They are sggesting five key things to do or see, or watch. or listen to or visit during this holiday period. Read the rest of this entry »

The Love Magazine cover

By Esther Privett

Love Magazine is the British bi-annual magazine launched at the beginning of last year. Its first cover was controversial for a fashion magazine; it pictured the Gossip singer, Beth Ditto, naked.  Katie Grand, the editor, obviously wanted to make a statement. And for this month’s issue she has done it again. Read the rest of this entry »

by Isaac Lee

What is perfection? A size 0 model? Or a someone off of the cover of ‘men’s health magazine’? Or perhaps it’s the fat (fictional) receptionist sitting at the front desk at work? Or the obese kid leaving McDonalds? Read the rest of this entry »

by Alice Tofts

Is it just me or does everyone around college look like they are wearing their grandmother’s wardrobe? I bet if you walked down Eastbourne High Street, which is bustling with retired people, you could easily mistake it for the scene of students walking to lessons at Symonds. Read the rest of this entry »

by Sam Hilton

Many may say that the receiving of presents is the best thing about Christmas, but for me it is the whole atmosphere.

 On December 1st the advent calendars come out and we all start gorging ourselves with tins of chocolate, and every Christmas sweet treat under the sun!  Read the rest of this entry »

Students are not bothered or are resigned now to the fact that this year’s Peter Symonds Christmas Ball has been cancelled.

However, it also puts the college year book’s future in jeopardy. Read what they have to say.  Read the rest of this entry »

by Esther Privett

In the words of Coco Chanel, “A girl should be two things: classy and fabulous.” The Victoria and Albert Museum fashion exhibition, as well as being free, is both of these things. Read the rest of this entry »