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four chicas in copenhagen

four chicas in copenhagen

In June of this year my friends and I took a three day trip to Copenhagen, partly to see Little Mix and The Vamps, and partly to celebrate the end of exams and having finished university for good. The people were lovely and the scenery […]

General Election ’17 – The DUP: who are they and what do they stand for?

General Election ’17 – The DUP: who are they and what do they stand for?

On Friday 9th June the British public woke to the strong possibility of a coalition government between the Conservative party and the Democratic Unionist Party, a shock result that has left the British political system floundering. Not only did the Labour party under Jeremy Corbyn […]

the not-so-chic reality of the modelling industry

the not-so-chic reality of the modelling industry

     The modelling industry has never been a stranger to criticism. From the days of Twiggy and Jean Shrimpton, to Cindy Crawford and Christie Brinkley, scandals have been rife throughout the industry at all levels. Sadly, there seems to have been little satisfactory progress. Whilst […]

it’s that time of year…

it’s that time of year…

  New Year’s resolutions are about as controversial as Marmite. Whilst I love Marmite, overall I’m mostly pretty disdainful of the idea of New Year’s resolutions, of the whole concept of having to wait to ring in a new year to do something to better […]

how many more rapists and racists will we protect before something changes?

how many more rapists and racists will we protect before something changes?

In October 2015, in the small, predominantly white, north-western US state of Idaho, a racially motivated case of sexual assault caught national headlines. In the locker room following football training, John R.K. Howard, Tanner Ward and a third 16-year-old boy lured their mentally disabled, black teammate into […]

why (i think) more people aren’t vegetarian

why (i think) more people aren’t vegetarian

Lack of connection. A total lack of connection is the reason that more people don’t make the change to a meat and fish free diet – we, as humans, just don’t make the link between our food and what it once was. We don’t think about […]

UNIVERSITY – the how to’s, the do’s and the don’ts (Part 2)

UNIVERSITY – the how to’s, the do’s and the don’ts (Part 2)

As promised, this part 2 post is a follow on from the one I posted previously, which effectively covered the process of finding and applying to a university. Part 2 will entail as much useful information as I can scramble together regarding the process of […]

UNIVERSITY – the how to’s, the do’s and the don’ts (Part 1)

UNIVERSITY – the how to’s, the do’s and the don’ts (Part 1)

If you are in any form of compulsory education, the summer holidays are a very welcome reprieve from a hectic last term of exams and coursework hand-ins, yet at the same time, can be an incredibly daunting period. After we’re finally able to wind down […]

Social Media – it’s as real as you make it

Social Media – it’s as real as you make it

  Our generation will go down in history as the ones who launched, and first began to capitalise on, social media, and those following us will be the first to grow up from birth with social media being hugely prevalent in their lives. Sites like […]

it’s okay not to be okay

it’s okay not to be okay

  It’s incredibly difficult sometimes to ask for help, or to admit that we aren’t, actually, okay. Most of the time when it comes to our physical health, whilst we may not enjoy it, we are relatively comfortable with going to the doctors or asking a […]