It’s that time of year again, time to raise awareness and understanding about the issues that affect us all, including development, the environment and equality. Continue reading
This week, PG Tips problems, Jessica Ennis-Hill’s retirement, Boris Johnson pro-EU, and more!
Everyone is sent to school to learn and pass GCSE’s. Then you can learn even more at college, and then, you can learn even more at university. All this learning can be used to get a job. However, is it to get a job that we learn or just for the experience of learning? What is the reason for learning?
Recently it’s been hard to turn without seeing someone protesting for or against fracking. But is it the solution to our country’s foreign oil dependence as the government claims? If fracking is the miracle we need to cope with rapidly increasing energy demands, why are so many environmental campaigners dead set against it? Continue reading
This week: Street’s new geofilter, smaller fish and chip portions, Hurricane Matthew, and more!
Okay, hands up, who’s heard of asexuality?
And who actually knows what it means?
In this week’s summary, BHS to reopen, Brexit to take place, 1 in 6 eat fast food twice a day, and more!
Everyone’s got a habit they want to quit, be it smoking or binge-watching Doctor Who, and while some are relatively harmless, others can have a serious impact on your long-term health. In this article we’ll look at why it’s so hard to stop smoking and just what people mean when they talk about Stoptober.
In this week’s edition, an update on the Bake Off debacle, who was elected as Labour leader, Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt to get divorce, and more!
Only two weeks back and we can already feel the pressure of exams looming. With teachers reminding us at every turn and the homework piling up, sometimes you need a little something to take your mind off it. Here are five upcoming films guaranteed to take you to another world…