60 Seconds with Shack
David Shackleton (Shack) - History and Politics, 1988, Fylde - is MD of Phantom Music Management currently overseeing the antics of metal band, Iron Maiden.
What Lancaster Means to Us
Cat Smith (Gender and Sociology, 2006, Cartmel) has just completed her first year as a Labour MP for Lancaster and Fleetwood. Here she and her father, Alan talk about their memories of studying at Lancaster.
Daniel Tests Extremes of Theatre at Lancaster
Perhaps one of the most extreme things Daniel Ings (Theatre Studies, 2008, Bowland) has ever had to do was fill in for Benedict Cumberbatch at six hours notice in the National Theatre’s production of Frankenstein, only two years after entering the acting profession.
Ruskin Library Brings Masterpieces Online
Over 50 artworks from Lancaster's Ruskin Library can now be viewed online due to a new partnership between the Google Cultural Institute and the Ruskin Library.
Triple Ironman Success for Matt
Matt Barnes studied Environmental Science at undergraduate and postgraduate levels at Lancaster culminating in a PhD in 2015.
Eddie Coins the Term 'Fashematician'
In his handmade raw-selvedge Oni 512 jeans, one might guess that Eddie Bell is a designer, but this data scientist works for an E-fashion company and has coined his own title of ‘fashematician’..
This Charming Man?
Filming and co-writing a feature-length biopic about Manchester music icon Morrissey is the kind of break for which most young writers would give their eye teeth.
Changing Power Generation to Waste Management
As far as Jo Telfer is concerned, her job at the Sellafield nuclear complex on the West Cumbrian coast is allowing her to challenge herself and use her skills for which Lancaster University prepared her.
Tom Looks to the Future
Looking into the future, and helping companies to plan for it in an increasingly technology-powered world, does not make Tom Cheesewright (Mechatronic Engineering, 2000, Lonsdale) a crystal ball gazer.
Greening Lancaster University's District Heating
As one of Lancaster's first science students, John Treble has gone full circle, returning to the university for a gratifying project and to celebrate at the 50th anniversary events.