Tag Archive: culture

Ab Fab or Ab Flop?

Patsy and Eddie have returned, as fabulous and as outrageous as ever. Brewed from the 90’s world of PR these two ladies became the first dudettes, the two girls behaving badly (and no we… Continue reading

Bruges to Amsterdam

    Anne-Marie @lizzydrip91 It’s that time of year again when we start planning holidays. Last year was the first time I ever went abroad and I did it all by myself. Okay,… Continue reading


By Taylor-Louise Rowley. @ItsTTTTaylor Yes I know, shampoo isn’t really that exciting. But these products are the best things i’ve put on my head in a really long time. I have really thin, flat… Continue reading

An Open Letter To Freshers

Kelly Davis @cREWllypenguin2 There comes a time in every 2nd/3rd year’s life where they ask themselves, ‘what would I tell my young eager fresher self?’ So this is my little open letter to all… Continue reading


Aimée Costa (@aimeecoffee) On May 4th 2015, well known faces from every entertainment strand joined forces for one of fashions biggest nights on the calendar, the annual MET Gala in New York. The… Continue reading

Welcome home King Richard III

Until recently I knew very little about King Richard III. He was the villain William Shakespeare portrayed in his play that I studied in second year. In these lectures I learnt that the… Continue reading


Much like most university students, I have perfected the skill of procrastinating. And how do I do this? I watch Netflix ALL. DAY. LONG. Netflix is the best; it doesn’t talk back to you,… Continue reading

Is ‘Disneyfication’ all that bad?

With the announcement of a Frozen sequel, and the upcoming Cinderella released in cinemas shortly, it seems that Disney is everywhere. And with the constant cultural presence of this influential multi-billion dollar company… Continue reading

5 facts about Dresden

When my sister, Laura, was at university she spent a year living in Dresden, Germany. I visited her for a week and it was probably one of the best weeks ever! Not only… Continue reading

The lost generation

It was probably about 6 months ago that I was watching BBC THREE’s Free Speech and one panel member was talking about how the government is turning our generation into The Lost Generation.… Continue reading

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