Blogs

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”.

Posted By Tommaso Dimiddio read more

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!

 

Posted By Yishan Jing read more

Get close to the amazing bird

Apr
06

Get Close to the Amazing Bird

 

In my daily life, it is hard to see owls which are shy, lazy and mysterious. Because they are hiding in the woods and many of them only have to moonlight. So when I, a crazy fan of owls and eagles, went to the Turbary Woods Owl and Bird of Prey Sanctuary and took part in the flying demonstrations, I thought “Oh, it is a paradise”.

 

Posted By Yishan Jing read more

Why are we all so sensitive?

Apr
05

Ok, so I don't know if maybe it’s just me but doesn't everyone seem a little too sensitive nowadays? It’s as if everyone is waiting for someone to do something even a tiny bit controversial so they can start kicking and screaming. Maybe this post will also prove to be one of those controversial things, but I can't work out why people seem to have a permanent bee in their bonnet.

Posted By Elise Christian read more

My experience being an activist

Apr
05

Until this year I had never contemplated the idea of being involved in a protest, as like many people, I believed they didn’t achieve much. But in January I am proud to say I was part of the Women's March, alongside 100,000 other people who marched in London. Since then I have been involved in two more protests, the Anti-Muslim ban demonstration in February and recently the NHS March.

Posted By Amber Jevons read more

My love/hate relationship with Rom-Coms

Apr
05

While browsing Netflix during an all too common Friday night in, I decided to watch the film ‘The Duff’.

I would like to begin by saying that I love rom coms. I am no stranger to watching a cheesy, totally unrealistic tacky ball of Hollywood drivel and absolutely loving it- mainly because I have no real social life.

 However, this specific film made me want to gouge my eyes out. For so many reasons.

Posted By Monica Greep read more

Pages

Subscribe to RSS - blogs