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‘Neruda’ Review – Pablo Larraín’s Refreshingly Formalist Biopic on The Chilean Poet Hits All the Right Notes

In terms of telling the story of a publicly acknowledged figure, associated with an important moment in time, a lot of contextual information can often get mixed into what is […]

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SPA & Journo Resources

Are you interested in gaining experience within the media industry and looking for ways to get involved? Look no further! Read on about how you can get involved and learn […]

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Vicious Cycle

Once in a while, I’m struck by the realisation that I’m playing out a scenario with a boy that’s already been played out with a boy before him. That I’ve […]

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First threats, now censorship: Trump bars “fake news” outlets from attending White House Briefing

On the  24th of February mainstream news sources, which were previously slated by President Trump, were barred from attending a White House news briefing by White House Press Secretary, Sean […]

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A Compilation of short poems about love to get you in the mood for Valentine’s Day…

To start getting you in the mood for Valentine’s Day, or to give you a few ideas for poems to put into the card you’re writing for your special someone, […]

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Plastic Warfare: Plastic is not that Fantastic

As important as our food is to our society and lives, the sustainability of the ways in which we package food are way more. When we dive into our packets […]

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Say No to Sexy Santa Songs

No no no. Nope. No. It is in my highly informed and festive opinion that Christmas songs should not be sexy. To fetishize an old bearded white man who works […]

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A Review in Retrospect…Fringe Theatre Brought to the Forefront: This Much

This Much (or An Act of Violence Towards The Institution of Marriage) by John Fitzpatrick Presented by Nik Holtum and Moving Dust Productions Ran at Soho Theatre from 7th June […]

A Syrian man comforts a boy amid the rubble of buildings following a reported air strike on the rebel-held neighbourhood of al-Kalasa in the northern Syrian city of Aleppo, on February 4, 2016.

Syria – Searching for a Pyrrhic Victory

After almost six years since civil war broke out, Syria is still a place of violence and great conflict. In early 2011, protests broke out in the capital city of […]