I was very saddened to read in Issue 48 about Emily Venables’ frustrating experience with computers in the Library. When Emily visited, we were updating software on some PCs. At the same time and very unexpectedly we had a fault with the entry system, which prevented us from lending fifty laptops. Our supplier fixed this the following day, but meanwhile students struggled to find free PCs.
I read with dismay Greg Barker-Devereux’s letter in Pugwash [News] (‘About time to wear your poppy’ 3 November 2010). Barker-Devereux argues that the red poppy is a symbol of respect that we should all pay to ‘our fallen’. Many of […]