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A trip to London

Apr
07

On a Sunday morning, I headed to London to meet up with a friend whom I hadn’t seen for over three years. I never thought I’d ever see him again after we parted ways in Hong Kong. Thanks to a class assignment, I got to be reunited with him.

 

Posted By Ying-Jen Lin read more

Grades do not measure your intelligence

Apr
07

It is quite important for any artistic person (and yes, I do consider journalists artistic!) to have some source of inspiration. Actually, no matter what you do in life there is always room for inspiration. It may be found in the outside world or actually inside ourselves. This most powerful, inner source of inspiration is hard to find but that what makes it even more valuable. Many of us get inspired in a young age and that’s when school and university play their main role.

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March favourites

Apr
07

 

My head has been completely consumed with deadlines, deadlines and more deadlines this month. For this reason, I want to do a post that has nothing whatsoever to do with university or journalism. So here are some of my favourite things from March.

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Can people stop self-diagnosing themselves with mental illnesses?

Apr
07

Mental illness has been a growing topic of discussion over recent years. From the government putting out adverts encouraging people to speak up and be open about their struggles, to tragic celebrity suicides, like Robin Williams, getting people talking about depression.

Posted By Elizabeth Elden read more

Post-Brexit, British left-wing politics could use some Momentum

Apr
07

(This article was originally posted on Backbench UK here, you can find my profile here)

Posted By George Nixon read more

I am not studying journalism, I am doing journalism

Apr
06

After several months, without even realising it, I am approaching the end of my first year at the Centre for Journalism and, therefore, it is time for an early evaluation of my experience as a trainee reporter. As the title of this blog may suggest, it is not by chance that I used the term “trainee reporter” instead of, for example, “journalism student”.

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Part 2: Gillingham CfJ and their road to the Premier League

Apr
06

The team of journalists are back and they’re here to take on the Championship and beyond!

(If you hadn’t read the first post where we took on League 1, catch-up here!)

Championship Season Highlights

Pre Season

Posted By Joe Coshan read more

Italy, abortion and reactionary madness.

Apr
06

I know people talked a lot about women equality on the 8th March and I know this must be the 100th post you see about that, but it’s a current issue, and talking about it on Women’s Day is simply not enough.

Today I want to talk about abortion, and about my country, Italy.

Posted By Emma Biginelli ... read more

Apparently, "Im not Black"

Apr
06

About a month ago I was watching a BuzzFeed Video on Black Women’s hair throughout history and I was shocked to see that all of the hairstyles pertained to hairstyles in America only and I commented.

Posted By Ayomide Alli read more

counting birds in Lake district

Apr
06

Good weather is rare in England. So when I found the day was a sunny day, I took up my knapsack and camera, called my friend, went to the station and bought a return ticket to Lake district. The trip for counting birds in lake district began, without any plan!

 

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