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“ I don’t mean to be prejudiced but…”

Dec
15

 

 

I was helping a friend film her interview for her TV assignment and I was in for a shock.

 

The weather that morning was harsh and I thought to myself that the day could not get any worse.

 

Let me quickly digress; Oh yeah did I forget to mention that the transport system in Medway is ridiculous.

 You wake up and check the bus times like any reasonable human being before stepping out into the cold and you hope that you will only wait for a couple of minutes but then it decides to just NOT COME.

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They want that Kate, Kate, Kate

Dec
15

You might know her, you might have heard of her you might have had a fantasy about her in your teenage years or you just saw her pictures and thought: "Who is this girl?

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Reasons I don't want to write this blog

Dec
15

Scrolling through twitter one afternoon I came across a tweet with something I thought might be useful, and in some respects, I was right. 

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Is a University Degree worth it ?

Dec
15

After a twitter poll of over 200 votes, 57% believe that a University is necessary and 43% believe that going to University is not necessary. Although this poll was done anonymously and It might not clearly represent everyone, but it's clear to see that most people still support the idea of getting a degree. 

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Compliments to the Chef

Dec
15

Alastair Cook is one of England’s greatest ever sportsman. A quiet, unassuming figure who by the way he talks and conducts himself you wouldn’t think is a record breaker and former captain of his national team. Never in the headlines for the wrong reasons, hard-working, and modest, he’s not just one of England’s greats, but one of the all-time greats. This week he stepped out to feature for the 150th time for his side, for the 147th time in a row, 12 years after his first appearance.

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i hate writing blog posts.

Dec
15

Does anyone else hate writing blogs? As of now I’ve got about half an hour to crack this out before I wrap some Christmas presents and head off to pre- drinks. Hopefully the sea of late submissions from my fellow blog dodgers (I know you’re out there, I cant be the only one, right?)  Wash this one under the carpet.

 

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My personal experience with sexual harassment - AKA some more of that #MeToo stuff

Dec
15

With this blog post I’m going to share with you all one of the most humiliating moments of my life – it’s probably safe to say the most humiliating one.

 

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Truths of a student who still lives at home.

Dec
15

Being a student who has decided to live at home, is not a bad thing, and is a common way of affording university, but I would like to share a little bit of my experience, being one of those students. 

 To begin with, The University of Kent is 20 minutes away from my house, it seems amazing, I can commute with ease, not pay rent and even have the privilege of having a bath as well as a shower, but do not be fooled it is not all the glitz and glam that it appears to be. 

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Taek Kwon Do It

Dec
15

I was trawling through old documents in my father’s suitcase when I had stumbled upon something I hadn’t even considered in years. A copy of the Camden News Gazette dated 12 years ago. The contents of this article represent to me one of the principle life lessons I learned at the tender age of eight – how to avoid getting your arse whopped six ways to Sunday.

 

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Book Review: All The Bright Places

Dec
15
It might look obvious by the end of this review, but All The Bright Places is my favourite book so far. To read it you just need a comfy bed and a box of tissues, that's essential. This heartbreaking but BEAUTIFUL (yes, in caps) novel by Jennifer Niven tells the story of Theodore Finch and Violet Markey, two teenagers from Indiana.
 
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