All posts tagged change

American Journalism’s Diversity Problem in the Age of the Political Wave.

The need for journalists from a variety of backgrounds is a well-established one. During the civil rights movement in the U.S., ​black journalists​ like Dorothy Butler Gilliam played an invaluable […]

Changing the Face of Fashion – Diversity on the Runway.

The fashion industry, in all its glamour and sheen, has never been viewed as particularly inclusive. And for an industry that influences the vast majority’s lives, this is not only […]

New academic year, New you!

We’ve all probably fallen victim to the idea that as soon as the clock strikes midnight on December 31st, we’re going to radically change our personalities and suddenly become committed […]

Things I wish I knew before starting University.

It will take time to make friends. I am generally a friendly and outgoing person, so making friends comes naturally to me. In school and college, I always had a […]

Does childhood exist anymore? If we aren’t going to change our society for ourselves, we have to at least make it better for the next generation

Who remembers being ten? I can’t say my first year in the big double figures is that memorable, but as far I can recall, it was pretty good. Yes, my […]

Review of Ram Shergill’s ‘Exoskeleton’ exhibition @ the Oxo Tower

As my friend and I entered through the doors of the exhibition we were personally greeted by the genius behind, and father of, the exhibition himself: Mr Ram Shergill. With […]

The Climate Change Conversation… Again

After another storm and another climate-related death in the UK, the public is calling for action to end these abrupt changes in temperature and the environment’s unusual behaviour. Along with […]

Solo: A Star Wars Story Review

Han Solo is one of Star Wars’s most iconic characters. Harrison Ford’s portrayal of the cynic with a noble streak was career defining and shaped the franchise’s storyline. For this […]

Postcards with Love

I have always been a sucker for the old fashioned ways. As a child, I relished the idea of writing letters and sending them out into the world. Concepts like […]