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Non league football- the real beautiful game.

Apr
07

I absolutely love non-league football.

If you don’t know me, I come from a town in Kent called Tonbridge. It’s relatively large for a town, but if you want anything done like shopping you need to go to Tunbridge Wells. But it’s alright- we have shops, a drive-thru McDonalds, a big park, a lake, a castle, and a non-league football team; Tonbridge Angels FC.

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How to save all of your money only to spend it all on NCTJ exams

Apr
07

 

During my first term here, I spent all my money willy-nilly. I didn’t really know about budgeting – and let’s face it, I was being an idiot about my spending. Then I had no money and my life was much less fun. This forced me to become the thriftiest person alive. So, if you’re like me and need to save/ don’t want to be spending as much as you are right now, I’ve compiled a list of how to live on a budget, but still have fun.

Also, those NCTJ exams aren’t gonna pay for themselves!!!!!!!

1.       Book your train tickets online in advance.

Posted By Chandni Sembhi read more

Why local newspapers need to start paying more

Apr
07

I was recently told that a typical starting salary for a trainee reporter in a local newspaper is between £16,000 and £18,000. Considering this is the job I, and others on my course, are likely to get, this is my probable starting wage in the world of journalism. 

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Top 10 beauty buys!

Apr
07

It's the last day of term and honestly, despite the stress and deadlines I always leave till last minute, my skin has never looked better - so I'm going to share with you my top 10 best beauty buys of this month because you only get one skin and you should look after it.

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How plurality made the French election interesting again

Apr
07

Seeing as I like to write about politics, but George pretty much has British ones covered over here, it’s time to let my inner patriot out and talk about France. Kind of. Because, as some may be aware, we have this pretty important presidential election coming up in a few weeks’ time, and three days ago, for the very first time ever, every single one of the 11 candidates took part in a televised debate. And that’s pretty significant.

Posted By Arthur Boulanger read more

Enough with the movie remakes

Apr
07

The first image of the dirty dancing remake has been released and the picture depicts Abigail Breslin, known for her breakthough role in Little Miss Sunshine and more recently in Scream Queens and Colt Pratte, recreate arguable the most iconic movie scene of all the time, the lake lift. The three-hour TV movie will be broadcasted in America in May and we can expect the story to take us way beyond where the film ended back in 1987. But my real problem Is who decided to remake the film in the first place.

Posted By Rashaud McBain read more

What happened to the Oakland Raiders?

Apr
07

The Raiders are officially leaving Oakland in 2020 after being there since 1995. They will be moving to Las Vegas in a monumental change for the NFL, definitely one of the biggest since the Colts moved from Baltimore to Indianapolis. This is also the first time in American Football that a franchise has moved to Las Vegas, however they will not be the first sports team there as Las Vegas will be getting its own NHL (Ice Hockey) team starting next season called the Golden Knights. The Raiders have won two Superbowls in Oakland (1976 and 1980) before winning a third one in Los Angeles. 

Posted By James Shaw read more

I think I'm falling for you...Paris.

Apr
07

Now I understand why they call Paris the city of love.

I know, it’s such a cliché…but let me tell you something: Paris is not called the city of love because you go there and see couples everywhere, or because you go there and find the love of your life, now don’t get me wrong, that can happen, but before I went there I had the idea that people were calling it that way just because of those things.

Posted By Victoria Lupascu read more

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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