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.



28 / Jul / 2014

Access to journalism for younger audiences is, day by day, becoming increasingly diverse. In addition to the traditional methods of radio,

journalism, youth, multiplatform, future, Alex Veeneman, Kettle Mag
28 / Jul / 2014
The age old battle between man and ape continues in Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, the latest installation of the monkey movie franchise. Over 40
Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, film, review, Jessica Murray, Kettle Mag
28 / Jul / 2014
Last month for Kettle the wonderful Royal Blood was our Band of the Week, a band I discovered at the NME Awards Tour which showcases the best new
Kettlemag, Music, Band of the Week, Circa Waves
28 / Jul / 2014
Ahh, radiant red! The colour of valentines hearts, roses and love, it’s also the colour of danger and the teachers marking pen (though that
Kirstie Keate, Kettlemag, red, roses, romance
27 / Jul / 2014

Strategy played a strong part at the Budapest based Hungaroring this weekend in one of the most dramatic races of the 2014 season so far. Yet

Daniel Ricciardo, Lewis Hamilton, victory, Formula 1, Holly Wade, Kettle Mag


03 / Jul / 2014
The Sage Gateshead was transformed into a glamorous venue of Las Vegas, on the evening of Friday 20th June. With the fake palm trees, a bar, bright
Kettlemag, Music, The Kings of Swing
12 / Mar / 2014

For decades now the media has sculpted our bodies on both a literal and figurative level. Society’s concept of the perfect body is in a

anorexia, health, media, Deane Laouadi, Kettle Mag
16 / Jan / 2014

It’s been another wasted weekend for Wilfried Zaha. When Manchester United spent a fee that will rise to £15 million for his services

wilfried zaha, manchester united, david moyes, alex ferguson, crystal palace
13 / Sep / 2013
Whether you own it or not, you must have heard about Snapchat: you will have talked about whose 'best friend' is whose, and may have even
Lucy Acton Kettlemag Snapchat Ghost Social Media
06 / Apr / 2013

It's nearly the end of the Easter holidays and the prospect of yet another term of expensive living is starting to dawn on us. With lots of

students, money, finance