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14
Sep

Whodunnit?: Can you solve the Murder Mystery?

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The smallest villages withhold the greatest mysteries… Venture down to 1939 Cornwall were the villagers are facing a unique enigma after the disappearance of their antiquary and a most beloved pet sheep…

Renowned for their murder mystery nights, the 368 Theatre Company will be helping you lead a Sherlock-worthy investigation and maybe win a bottle of champagne if you prove your detective-skills!

Enjoy a 3 course meal prepared by our Michelin trained chef during an evening of interactive performance, captivating spectacle and thrilling twists to lead to the final deduction.

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23
Feb

Society Spotlight: Meet CrimSoc

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Formed in December 2014, CrimSoc have rapidly grown to a healthy 330 members. When they’re not visiting crime museums and prisons, you can find them hanging out to watch the latest episode of CSI or The Bridge. We caught up with CrimSoc President, Kamil, to find out more…

Describe your society and what it is you do:

The society was created to give a space to Criminology students and all other people interested in topics like crime, forensics and investigation. We organise trips to seminars at the University of Oxford, trips to courts, crime museums and much more. We also … Read the rest

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24
Nov

Curbing Crime at Christmas

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With Christmas fast approaching, most of you will be preparing to head home to celebrate with your families. But with 70% of student homes being left empty throughout the festive period, this really is ‘the most wonderful time of the year’ for burglars looking to strike it lucky.

It is estimated that the average person takes £1,000 worth of equipment to university. With 70% of students owning a computer or laptop, and 86% of you with mobile phones, unprotected student housing presents a veritable goldmine for any opportunistic thief. So it’s no surprise that 1 in 3 studentsRead the rest

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