• How TikTok Has Influenced Gen Z Style During Lockdown

    ‘I don’t dress cool so men will pay attention to me. I dress cool so thirteen-year-old girls will walk by me down the street and whisper to their friends: “did you see that girls outfit? She looked so fucking cool”’. For Generation Z, Tiktok is the platform for a...
  • How to Boost Employability During Lockdown

    With the job market in decline and the majority of internship programmes and work experience opportunities being cancelled, this can make us feel very deflated about our future careers but now is the perfect time to enhance our employability....
  • The Perks of Being Older Than An iPhone

    In a recent lecture on environmental history, my lecturer told our group that the average British prisoner now spends more time outside than the average primary school child. This statement truly shocked me. As a nation we typically associate primary school with a time of discovery and freedom without...
  • Where to shop online this Black Friday weekend?

    Black Friday weekend is undoubtedly a huge part of the entire pre-Christmas seasonal experience. So here are the best online clothing stores for you to shop until you drop this weekend. ASOS ASOS provides an offer of 20% off everything for the entire Black Friday weekend. The “new in”...
  • National Hate Crime Week: Online Discrimination

    The Internet, and technology as a whole are resources that are used primarily for good. However, sometimes, they can also be used for bad – particularly online discrimination. “2% of all reported hate crimes had an online element, with 63% of all online hate crime being racially motivated” A...
  • Publishing: The Online Libraries of the Subscription Super-Highway

    You might think with the amount of media choice out there these days that the past-time of reading is dying, and the publishing industry is slumped to its knees, drowning in a puddle of ink-stained tears and begging for mercy. Well – think again. In the US alone, publishing...
  • What Brexit might mean for travel

    Introduced in 1995, the Schengen Agreement allows more than five hundred European citizens to freely move, work and live in most European countries. The UK is not officially part of this border-free area, but still allows European citizens to travel in and out of the country. Crossing borders without...