Felix is proud to announce a new type of puzzle. Never before seen in a newspaper in the world, cZeus was developed by the Mathematical Games company and provided to Felix.
Write letters into each circle to form the listed words. Letters can be linked by moving between adjacent cells horizontally, vertically or diagonally in any direction. You may use each letter in the alphabet only once.
The Union Council has voted very strongly in favour of lobbying against the installation of the controversial ‘ALERT’ statue.
22 Union bar staff, many of whom are students at Imperial College, were dismissed from their roles following an incident deemed to be gross misconduct
Books Editor Zanna Buckland speaks with Imperial alumnus and soon-to-be author about her upcoming novel
Film Editor Eva Borras Paredes takes a look at what to watch when you want to learn a bit more about climate change
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