After years of awareness with regards to global warming it seems only now people are starting to take notice. The recent Extinction Rebellion protests throughout London have meant that climate change is finally a topic of discussion amongst MP’s within the House of Commons. In which time over 1000 people were inevitably arrested, including British Olympic Gold medallist Etienne Scott. The protests have had a huge impact and a good one, particularly in raising public awareness more than anything, but have we left it too late? And was is actually being done?
This is proving to be a very disappointing year for heavyweight boxing. The three best heavyweights seem to be too afraid to fight each-other. It’s clear they’re all trying to take the easiest route to the top rather than provide the huge matchups everyone wants to see. To give some credit to Fury and Wilder, they did provide an epic showdown which Fury arguably should’ve on, but where is the rematch? Where is Joshua or any of them for that matter showing their passion to be the best, let alone be seen as the best? Joshua could’ve at least opted for a rematch with Dillian Whyte.
TUE - May 7th - 12PM – Main Newsroom (G1-04)
WED - May 8th - 11AM – MA Newsroom (G1-03)
WED - May 8th - 3PM – 4rd Year Newsroom (G3-19)
THU - May 16th - 11AM – 3rd Year Newsroom (G3-19)
WED - May 29th - 11AM – Main Newsroom (G1-04)
Year 3 students can collect their Year 3 project marks and TV production marks from Nicola tomorrow (Friday) between 10am and 12noon and between 2.3pm and 4pm. MA students who took the TV Production module can also collect their marks.
If you've never been to Dundee, now is your chance to discover a truly fascinating British city. The excellent local paper is looking for an NCTJ qualified trainee. You'll find all the details here. I can't thing of many better places to start a career - and rent is a lot cheaper than in London or Kent.