All posts tagged students

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To Fucking Meningitis

Without meaning to sound like an absolute plonker, I do believe that the number 3 is rather significant in life…ok, wait, before you roll your eyes and turn the page […]

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Soft Serve Society

Before the sun bids us goodbye and we begin the transition into cold autumn nights, there is one last taste of summer for us all left to savour. And what […]

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HIPCHIPS: Soho’s first crisp & dip concert

Monday evenings have just got exciting thanks to the new and exclusive student deals offered by ‘HIPCHIPS’- Soho’s first crisp and dip concert! As the name suggests, not only is […]

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Wind River Review – A Blanket of Snow that Covers the Chaotic Brutality of the Worse Part of Humanity.

I walked into the screening of Taylor Sheridan’s Wind River knowing only the genre and the central stars of the film. The intensity of the film’s content alongside the beautiful […]

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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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WALALA X PLAY – hurry it is only open until the 24th of September 2017…

In need of last minute weekend plans? Well have I got something in mind for you! Only open until this Sunday, is artist Camille Walala’s: ‘WALALA X PLAY’ – an innovative […]

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100 Wardour ST Bar & Lounge: The Review

100 Wardour Street was right up my street (pardon the pun) and I think it will be right up yours too- especially when you hear the exclusive deal that I have […]

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Lord Adonis and the Half-Blood Cartel

‘A tale told by an idiot; full of sound and fury, signifying nothing’ cries Macbeth in one of his speeches. Many reputable Shakespeare scholars will claim this speech is about […]