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It’s hard to exercise when you get to University. The student lifestyle doesn't exactly lend itself to keeping fit. Deadlines, non-existent sleeping patterns, partying and hangovers all take up a lot of time, but once you find space for exercise in your life, you will never look back.
Daniel Craig is back in the super agent role and with the last Bond film Quantum of Solace bombing at the box office, the new film Skyfall is proving to be an improvement. Back in the day, the release of a Bond film was a much anticipated event, with the amazing opening sequences instantly grabbing the viewers attention and Bond pulling off near impossible stunts to successfully elude his pursuers and leading to the stylish opening credits. The films had it all with gadgets, spy candy (and their suggestive names), megalomaniac villains, lavish scenery, daring stunts, bond theme music, and the use of murder as a precursor to a bad one-liner joke. All agreed, Bond was unique and ultra cool.
Breast cancer is the most common form of cancer in the UK. According to Cancer Research UK, breast cancer incidence rates have increased 70% since the 1970s and 6% in the last ten years. Meanwhile, the disease accounted for 11,633 deaths in 2010. The English Premier League’s television deal is worth a massive £3 billion, it generates the highest revenue of any football league in the world and Wayne Rooney earned £17.2 million pounds in the 2011-2012 season.
As the world watched on, Felix Baumgartner jumped from 128,000 ft towards mass celebrations. This feat had never been successful before; new world records and a hero had been created in the process. No one can even contemplate what must have gone through his head at such unimaginable heights, with a global audience gripped by tension during the minutes of freefall that ultimately proved successful beyond what had been imagined. At a time of very little exciting news or events, this freefall will go down as one of this century’s greatest live moments.
October is upon us and with recent apocalyptic rainfall diminishing any hope of a late Indian summer, some may feel resigned to slouch on the sofa and reminisce back to the glory days of summer. From the Queen’s Jubilee to London 2012 Olympics, and despite criticisms and controversies in between, it was undoubtedly the season to be British. However, despite the looming dark evenings and plummeting temperatures, it seems the summer’s sentiment of patriotism and inspiration lingers on in one form at least; The Great British Bake-off.
So Lewis Hamilton and McLaren have finally decided to part ways at the end of the F1 season after the long drawn out contract negotiations. This was bound to happen at this stage of his career, as it did with Beckham before him:
Hangover: ‘the disagreeable physical aftereffects of drunkenness.’ Sound familiar? Of course it does. Well, if it doesn’t what have you been doing?
Well why not fill your head with cookery knowledge instead of aches and haziness? Now, this does mean switching on your oven - the microwave will not suffice. Once you have managed this, get yourself down to your local charity book shop and spend the last shrapnel you have on learning a new skill: baking (hopefully) delicious cakes to look forward to and probably having more friends. Warning - they may have a tendency to invite themselves over unannounced.