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How To Be Awkward

By Aiden Perrins – Editorial Editor It’s the morning after yet another night at The Forum, you’ve woken up with a killer hangover only to discover many messages on your phone about what happened last night. But what did happen? Oh yeah, you hooked up with someone you know and now things are gonna get awkward, here’s the how to guide for that situation. One approach would be to act like it’s the end of the world because let’s face it, it is. You may have only just started univ

Shuttlebuses to be replaced with hoverboards

Disclaimer “Swen: The Backward News” is a satirical news column. Any articles associated with Swen are of fiction and constitute as fake news. Any resemblance to the truth or actual facts or to reality is purely coincidental. [Robert Wheatley | Lifestyle Editor] With one of the shuttlebuses (Jeremy) past its prime, the Environment and Sustainability Team have decided to put their funding towards a more energy efficient vehicle; the Swegway, or ‘hoverboard.’ Known for not actu

Herts students share pet stories

[Huriyah Quadri | Print Editor] Trident Media asked University of Hertfordshire students to share some stories about their little best friends to celebrate Pet Day. Their pictures and stories left us giggling and feeling warm inside, so we’ve put them together in an article for you all to enjoy! Diego Image: Diego | Bryony Wharfe When we took Diego to the vets we asked to get his claws cut back. Once he got home we were laying on my bed and he jumped up to come join us, but b

Sam Smith claims to be first openly gay man to attend the Forum

Disclaimer “Swen: The Backward News” is a satirical news column. Any articles associated with Swen are of fiction and constitute as fake news. Any resemblance to the truth or actual facts or to reality is purely coincidental. [Robert Wheatley | Lifestyle Editor] Sam Smith wowed the Cheeky Wednesday crowd last week, not only with his fantastic performance of Writing’s On The Wall but his respectable claim that he was indeed the first openly gay man to attend The Forum Hertford