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    8 things to expect on a night out in Huddersfield.

    After a whole year of spending my loan (and secretly my overdraft) on partying and nights out around Huddersfield, I have definitely seen enough to last me a lifetime. As a fresher, you are probably already wondering where to go, what to wear and who knows what else, and although I can’t help you with everything I can definitely tell you a few things to expect! First off, there is a night for every day of the week. Tokyo, Camel, Revolution, Five Bar… they are all open at least one day a week so you’re always covered for any impromptu nights out with the flatmates. Even on Sundays you can…

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    Huddersfield Does Vintage

    Seemingly people everywhere are wearing vintage clothing, so we were shocked to hear that local vintage shop Revival is shortly due to close its doors for good. Revival was one of the few vintage outlets in Huddersfield; are we over the vintage trend already? Hopefully this isn’t the case. Vintage clothing provides individuality, is usually better quality and, let’s be honest, is probably one of the more stylish ways to recycle. The feeling of buying a one-off piece from a vintage shop more than double the quality of anything else you could find on the high street is truly fantastic – one that too little people experience. “But if shopping…

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    Thaiboxers kick it up a notch

    For the first time in the societies history, the new Thai boxing committee have organised for the best Thai boxers in the country to come in and deliver special seminars for the members. Last term proved to be a strong start with the multiple time world champion Liam ‘The Hitman’ Harrison taking time off his busy training schedule to come to Huddersfield and deliver a master class to the Thai boxing society. Liam is currently a fighter in one of the most competitive weight categories in the world and is the biggest name in English Thai boxing and has been for a while. The session began with warming up as…