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Am I A Beardist?

Being a member of the fairer sex I don’t often ponder about facial hair. But prompted by September’s Tacheback charity campaign, which Cirkle’s being working on for Remington, I’ve recently noticed a resurgence of cool beardy bands – Fleet Foxes, Kings of Leon (pictured) – and I find myself wondering what facial furniture says about

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Cirkle  •  20th Aug 09

Social Experiment Leaves Maidstone Hopping Mad

A fly-posting campaign dubbed as a ‘social experiment’ by its creators is causing mayhem in the town of Maidstone. The campaign features an image of a drugged-up, Donnie Darko-esque cartoon rabbit with no words or explanation, which has been appearing all over the walls and street furniture around the town. The town centre is up

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Cirkle  •  13th Aug 09

What’s Your Student Debt Really Worth?

In the last few days, the government has announced plans to waive university fees for students who live at home throughout their years of studying. These students won’t have any financial help in the forms of loans or bursary grants, but they will leave university debt-free, something which is becoming almost impossible these days even

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Cirkle  •  14th Jul 09

And Finally…

Maybe it’s because it’s summer and people are getting a bit hot and bothered, but the world of news seems to have gone a little bonkers just recently. While the front pages are dominated by Michael Jackson’s death and the swine flu epidemic, and the back pages are plastered with Aussies and the Ashes, take

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Cirkle  •  9th Jul 09

The End of Men?

Well, as women have long suspected, soon we will be able to do away with the male species all together! Scientists have developed new technology that allows sperm to be created from stem cells. Joking aside, the good news is, if the procedure goes on to be fully developed, infertile men would be able to

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Cirkle  •  8th Jul 09

You Cannot Be Serious…

So, it’s that time of year again. Yesterday was the opening day of Wimbledon, Roger Federer steam-rollered his way to his normal 3-0 win and, with last year’s champion Rafael Nadal not fit, it looks like he’ll probably win his sixth title (Andy Murray permitting) and a record-breaking 15th Grand Slam. But what of the

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Cirkle  •  23rd Jun 09