Last night, SUSU’s media departments came together for the annual Media Ball and Awards – and The Edge won big!
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Our very own writers and committee members have been recognised in several categories for this year’s Media Ball awards.
The Edge and some of our most esteemed committee members have been recognised for Excellence in Volunteering Awards.
The University of Southampton’s very own student TV station won the Highly Commended prizes for Best Live and Best Documentary at this year’s NaSTAs.
This year’s ‘Best Film’ winner from the UoSSFF is an amateur triumph, says Sophie Trenear.
Theo Smith reviews the directorial debut of renowned comedian Bo Burnham
Charlotte Rawlings takes a look back at ‘The Blair Witch Project’ which premiered 20 years ago today.
Ben Dolbear finds out if The Greatest Freshers’ Ball was really that great
“It’s just great to be performing and enjoying and doing the thing” – An interview with Miguel Mantovani of The Cuban Brothers
Common People’s ‘Disco Day’ made possible the strangest interview ever, featuring The Cuban Brothers’ frontman and Sophie Jones.
The 2017 BFI London Film Festival continues with Luca Guadagnino’s newest film, Film Editor David reviews.
A round-up of The Edge’s entertainment recommendations looking back at the recent summer.
Writer Eddy reviews Julia Ducournau’s debut – a coming-of-age cannibalism horror.
“I play electric guitar and I sing. I dabble at the piano as well, or try to!” – An interview with Charlie Hawkins
Charlie Hawkins talked to Edge Writer Ivan ahead of the University of Southampton Share the Sound Festival.