Film cameras were at the ready at UEA's 50th Anniversary Festival. Take a look through the videos below to relive a fantastic day or, if you couldn't make it along, why not have a peek at what we got up to?
Many thanks to UEA:TV, the University's student television society, for all their help in documenting the event.
UEA's 50th Anniversary Festival
On Saturday 28 September 2013, the University of East Anglia celebrated its 50th Anniversary with a campus-wide festival. Alumni, staff, students and the local community enjoyed a huge variety of activities and entertainment including Norfolk's first firework volcano.
Live coverage from the Student Newsdesk #1
UEA's student television society UEA:TV recorded highlights and moments from the Anniversary Festival.
Live coverage from the Student Newsdesk #2
More Festival highlghts from UEA:TV, UEA's longest running student society.
Dance Society Festival Flash Mob
A suprise addition to the programme of student entertainment that took place in the Square.
Interview with Arthur Smith at the Anniversary Festival
UEA:TV's Head of Entertainment, Rob Drury got chatting with international comedian and UEA alumnus, Arthur Smith at the Festival, to find out more about his time as a student at the University.
UEA:TV 50th Anniversary Newsdesk - The Sixties
UEA:TV teamed up with the 50th Anniversary Events team to create three news announcements to be played at intervals throughout the day in Lecture Theatre 1. Here's the first of the three, in the style of a 60s news broadcast.
UEA:TV Anniversary Newsdesk - The Eighties
The second news announcement from UEA:TV mimics a 80s television studio. Present day inserts focus on reports of a disturbance across campus... The Vice-Chancellor and Campus Security are interviewed regarding reports of a zombie outbreak at UEA.
UEA:TV Anniversary Newsdesk - Present Day
UEA:TV move back into the present day with their final Festival broadcast.