All posts tagged Time

Personal Platform: London

This is a poem that I created for a modernism assignment. We were tasked with setting our alarm for a 12-hour period. Each time our alarm went off we had […]

Personal Platform: A Trio Of Poems.

“Student Jobs” You blink once and you’re Already saying goodbyes, Leaving your badge, Having your last free beer, Walking away from the job You thought you hated – And here […]

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 […]

For George Orwell to get published now he would have to flash his nipples on Love Island and Vera Wang would start promoting Pretty Little Thing on Instagram

Last summer, I found myself discussing the differences between fame and infamy (https://www.shoutoutuk.org/2017/09/11/shakespeare-wouldnt-make-now-hed-cbb-clothing-line-rep-fittea/). Essentially, I concluded that in the last decade there has been a rise and media takeover of […]

The Rise of Christian Siriano

After becoming the youngest winner of Project Runway in the show’s fourth season, Christian Siriano has risen as a force of good in fashion; a rarity who sees no limitations […]

GoldFish at Electric Brixton

Ahead of their upcoming event at Electric Brixton on Friday the 16th of March (tomorrow) I had the privilege of interviewing ‘GoldFish’- an electronic duo that create dance music containing […]

Exclusive: Manhattan-inspired cocktail menu at Madison, London

Two of the world’s most famous cities are set to collide at Madison, London this month as twelve new cocktails are being launched to celebrate the dizzying heights of Manhattan, […]

PSHE Education: Is it time schools made mental health awareness a compulsory part of the curriculum?

At university mental health awareness is paramount. Last year, the annual Student Experience survey revealed that ‘87% of first year students find it difficult to cope with social or academic […]