Lydia Ricca

Lydia Ricca
Warwick University


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Warwick beats Bristol in University Challenge quarter-finals

We won it with 17 seconds to go

We asked bar staff how to get served quicker at your favourite Warwick clubs

Apparently being attractive helps

Why Leamington should be the new capital of the UK

London, move over

How to scrape a social life from your maths degree

It can be done

Warwick Sport receives funding for mental health and well-being support

It will allow free yoga, aerobic and resistance classes each week across campus

Bingo Lingo is coming to Leamington


Nominations for the Warwick SU Sabbatical Officers are now open

Let the campaigns begin

Honorary degrees awarded at Warwick this week

Five honorary degrees were awarded

Warwick University Library collected over £81,000 in library fines last year

More than 67,000 fines were issued

Warwick’s most eligible bachelor 2016 nomination: Nikita Moskalenko

He is a man of many talents

Warwick’s most eligible bachelor 2016 nomination: William Huntington-Whiteley

You might recognise his cousin

Warwick’s most eligible bachelor 2016 nomination: Marcus Gavin

He is a typical Surrey boy with a passion for baking

Warwick’s most eligible bachelor 2016 nomination: Ivan Vilaplana Morote

This spanish señor enjoys bull-fighting and drinking wine

Circling, sharking and Disco Dave: A standard evening at Copper Rooms

Warwick’s very own alternative to a legal high

Croydon is not that bad, honestly

There’s so much more to our hometown than knife crime and illegal raves