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Alumnus Kenny Allstar named DJ of the Year

Acclaimed DJ and Canterbury Christ Church University Alumnus, Kenny Allstar, has been named DJ of the Year at the recent Urban Music Awards.

4 Mar 2022

New exhibition celebrates Canterbury’s Aphra Behn literature’s best kept secret

The Beaney is set to trace the dramatic life of Canterbury-born spy, playwright, poet, translator and fiction-writer Aphra Behn in a new exhibition.

12 June 2024

Film Production students shortlisted for RTS drama award

Five Film Production students have been shortlisted for a prestigious Royal Television Society Award.

15 May 2024

A Canterbury Tale at 80 – celebrating British cinematic history

The iconic film A Canterbury Tale celebrates 80 years since its release with the University welcoming multiple Oscar and awards winner Thelma Schoonmaker Powell to a special event to discuss the film.

02 May 2024

Creative young minds compete in First Lego League regional finals.

Creative young minds came together to take part in the First® Lego® League Challenge, hosted by the STEM Hub at Canterbury Christ Church University.

05 March 2024

Advocating gender equality in gaming

A new partnership advocating for gender equality in games and technology has been launched this week.

05 February 2024

Supporting esports dynamic development and future growth

Dr Dikaia Chatziefstathiou has been elected Vice Chair of the Education, Culture, Youth Commission of the Global Esports Federation, supporting responsible gaming, wellness and fair play for players.

05 February 2024

Business donates £10,000 to support student degree studies.

CourseLoop has donated £10,000 to help fund a Games Design student as part of Canterbury Christ Church University’s Futures Scholarships

07 December 2023

Declining local media is producing media deserts, jeopardising local democracy and community cohesion

A new report has highlighted how a decline in local and community media is producing a growing trend of ‘media deserts’ across Europe that is undermining local democracy and inclusivity.

23 November 2023

University research explores how we experience being human

Canterbury Christ Church University academics are showcasing how their research is helping us to make sense of being human as part of a national festival of humanities.

08 November 2023

A year of events launches to celebrate Canterbury’s forgotten daughter

A new project celebrating Aphra Behn, Canterbury’s most famous but most forgotten daughter, was launched last week, sparking a year’s worth of exciting events and activities across the city.

04 October 2023

Celebrating being human at the UK’s national festival of the humanities

Canterbury Christ Church University is excited to be a host for Being Human, the UK’s national festival of humanities next month with a series of free public events on the theme of Women Making Sense.

02 October 2023

Celebrating Canterbury’s daughter, Aphra Behn

The Canterbury’s Aphra Behn project is launching a year of celebration and events in honour of the first professional woman writer in English and forgotten daughter of Canterbury, Aphra Behn.

25 September 2023

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