• The Evolution of the ‘Night Out’

    Everyone is aware that the average British person loves a good night out, with many films and TV shows portraying British people as experts in the field. However, it seems that over the decades what this traditional ‘night out’ entails has slightly differed and changed. This may be a...
  • Team Trees: The YouTube Project with a Twist

    I’m very much enjoying this new swathe of community action against climate change in the face of governmental apathy. I often wonder what high up in power are thinking, as they watch the world rally behind a 16-year-old or protest in a multitude of cities worldwide....
  • The Firework Photo Fad

    Picture this: a territory of beautiful flames, a majestic fire and a hellish orange glow reflecting on the jet-black sky. Explosives that fly into this black hole creating sparks so beautiful that it’s almost sinister. No seriously, get a of picture it....
  • Guilty Until Proven Innocent

    It was a modern-day scandal - a WAG war like no other. Having gripped the nation, nay, the world, the spat that rechristened Coleen Rooney as ‘Wagatha Christie’ has been covered in the New York Times, Time Magazine, and on the BBC. It has been discussed by stars from...
  • Poppies – A Symbol of Pride?

    Last year a member of the Doncaster Pride community came up with an innovative idea to remember soldiers who would have been considered part of the LGBT community. Doncaster Pride posted on Instagram in 2018 (before being deleted) a poppy that had a rainbow on one of its petals....
  • Are we Living Through a Narcissism Epidemic?

    “The statement of inadequacy is double-edged. I am inadequate; those who care about me, by their very caring become inadequate for my needs and not really the "right ones””. This is how Richard Sennet describes the central thought process pattern adopted by someone with narcissistic personality disorder, in his...
  • Is Technology Taking Over? The Growing Need for an Online Presence at University

    There’s no doubt our demographic is constantly criticised by the likes of 'baby boomers' for our so-called addiction to technology and social media. But have we developed a dependency, or are we simply adapting to a modern way of living? The prevalent need for an online presence at university...