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Snow Day

I can sense it – it is unusually cold this morning. I try to shove the duvet off me, but my body resists. The icy air from beyond my bed briefly seeps into it through the minuscule gap that formed in my pathetic attempt to get up. I continue to […]

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Exclusive Preview: The Black Cat Cabaret – launching the 11th of November 2017.

In need of something to do for Christmas or New Years? The Black Cat Cabaret might just be what you are looking for.   Having toured and performed their established […]

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Terrifyingly Divisive Memes for Really Confused Political Teens

I was recently asked at work to name all the US states that I could on the map, and, if possible, locate them. I named seven, and got four right […]

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Teens going on Tweens

Last week, I hit a personal milestone and turned 20. My boyfriend kept laughing at how I was now older than him and ‘in a new decade.’ I kept brushing […]

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Have Advancements in Technology and Science Actually Made Us Happier? – [2/2]

Research into the psychological effects of social media is, as one would expect, a new and developing field. EPJ Data Science is one journal dealing with this and publishing research […]

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Advice from a Caterpillar: Social media ‘Tweet me’

I love dystopian books and films; give me the corruption, nihilism and disturbing realness of The Handmaid’s Tale, or The Road, and of course, Nineteen Eighty-Four, over the dullness of […]

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Busting Election Myths

Myth 1: People like Labour’s Policies Okay, this isn’t a myth, but the idea extrapolated from it is. There’s been a fair amount of attention on both social media and […]

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Street Feast @ Hawker House

So you’ve been to the inner city, and you almost know the central line off by heart, but how often do you go south of the river, or, dare I […]

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Year Abroad. Part 17: La nuit de la verrerie

Nights are normally quieter here in Aix, except for one night. There is a road here called La Rue de la Verrerie and once a year, this bar-lined street in the old town, towered over […]