Kettle exists to provide students who have a flair for writing, a platform in which to publish their work.

Whether you are considering a career in media or you just fancy yourself as a bit of a writer then this is the place for you.

Updated daily, it delivers funny, entertaining and informative content in a fresh, modern and exciting style. Clever and irreverent with masses of reader interaction, it will be a welcome distraction from lectures and cash machine refusals. Packed with videos and big name interviews Kettle delivers a daily fix of what’s essential in every student’s life:

Music, Fashion, Festivals, Comedy, Celebrity interviews, Film/TV, Games, Computers/gadgets, Social Media, Food, Travel

Focusing on all aspects of the best three years of your life, we’ll also bring you up to date, useful advice and lively debate on the big issues from exams and drugs, to sex, drinking and careers. With a massive input from students, every viewpoint no matter how controversial will be in Kettle's manifesto.



01 / Oct / 2014

There was a time when everyone smoked – and I do mean everyone, even your Nan. And then all of a sudden it became socially unacceptable and

e-cigs, e cigarettes, liquid vapour, types of e-cig mod, vapeclub, kettle mag
01 / Oct / 2014
According to new research being carried out at the Temple University School of Medicine (TUSM) in the United States, the same areas that respond to
Lindsay Dodgson, Kettlemag, brain, brain scan, building blocks, brain picture
30 / Sep / 2014

As Alan Pardew traipsed down the tunnel after suffering yet another defeat as Newcastle United manager, the camera turned to the club’s

Alan Pardew, win, sport, football, Andrew Musgrove, Kettle Mag
30 / Sep / 2014

Living in Brighton has its obvious benefits, but to be honest, one of the better ones in the years I've lived here has to be the opportunity I

Kettlemag, Music, Nothing But Thieves
30 / Sep / 2014

For some people, university can be the loneliest place in the world. I mean, you’re sat in a room surrounded by strangers in a town you don

Students, Happiness, University, Wellbeing, Sophia Amico, Kettle Mag


30 / Mar / 2013

It’s a Saturday night. For one reason or another, you’re not out getting trollied or even at a pub quiz. You’re on Facebook. And

facebook, like my status, annoying
01 / Jul / 2014

In a happy circumstance of timing between two games of the World Cup, I stumbled across a fascinating post on the LSE British Politics and Policy

competition, cult, success, personality, Charles Low, Kettle Mag
26 / Jul / 2014
This is the second instalment of Kettle Magazine’s Premier League transfers feature where we are going to analyse another four sides’
Holly Evans, kettlemag, Leicester City, promoted
04 / Sep / 2013

‘Good evening Madame, are you lost?’

Henry VIII, Tudor Court, Facebook, Philip Hawkes, Kettle Mag
26 / Feb / 2014

Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No it’s a superhero movie! Over the past ten years Hollywood has undertaken a renaissance when it comes to

superhero, film, review, Liam Hughes, Kettle Mag