Leading up to graduation day life as a 20 something may have seemed like a 90s sitcom, full of laughter, adventure and career opportunities. But what happens after the ceremony, after the you take off your cap and gown…life as a graduate is not always what you might have expected.
What does Feminism Mean to Me?
Read Tegan Francis’ post on what Feminism means to her. From self love, to building up others around you, Feminism is more than at first you might see.
Second Edition: What does Feminism Mean to Me
Following Tegan Francis’ exploration of what Feminism means to her, I thought I’d lay bare my own take on Feminism because while great mind do think alike, every perspective is a little different and here’s mine.
page_refresh Photography: Whitby
Whitby, the setting for Bram Stoker’s Dracula, is the perfect place to visit to experience a true English sea side town. Complete with Fish and Chips and stunning view, the town was a great place to take some practice shots.
How to Keep On Keeping On
Make time to look after your mental health and check out Kristina Eventov’s tips on how to make tough mental health days seem that little bit lighter and easier to handle. It’s time wave those January blues goodbye.
“THERE’S A MOUSE IN MY FREEZER” AND OTHER TALES FROM A FIRST-YEAR UNIVERSITY STUDENT
Ever wondered how your first year uni experience compared to others? Well, check out Tegan Francis’ latest post on tales from her first year uni flat. CAUTION those of a delicate disposition or fear of snakes are advised to proceed with care.
How to Leave Home Behind
After a few months of living abroad in Munich, Germany, here are Kristina Eventov’s tips on how you can leave home behind, in search of a new adventure.
Funk & Disco Edition I
Funk & Disco — the soundtrack to the 1970’s. Funk with its combination of soul, R&B, and jazz, developed in the 1960’s, when artists such as James Brown started to experiment, creating what is known as the “funk beat”. Here are 20 top funk and disco tracks which showcase what an amazing period the 70’s were for music.
Is European Patriotism the Answer to Far-Right Nationalism?
Sophia Obrecht discusses the possibility of fostering some sort of European patriotism through sport and sporting success. Could this counteract the growing rise of extreme nationalism across Europe, and reunite the UK with the continent after all this ugly Brexit negotiating?
Why 2018 Rocked!
It this might seem like the past 12 months were filled with doom and gloom, but think again… Here are just a few reasons why 2018 rocked.
7 Ski Resorts that Bring the Hype
Winter is coming…and so is ski season! Here are 7 top ski spots with the best high altitude vibe!
It is Time We Warmed Up to Tech Start-Ups
Men, Women, and Understanding Toxic Masculinity
Masculinity doesn’t have to be something negative, it doesn’t have to be toxic. What does the backlash, and the praise for Gillette’s latest ad tell us about society’s problem with the male identity.
Vienna — Culture, Christmas, and Comfort Food
Vienna, the undisputed capital of culture. Overflowing with history, art, and music, the city is full of galleries and museums to discover. So sit back, relax, and read on to find out how to make the most of your time in Vienna.
Listen Up: 5 Phrases We All Need to Hear
While it’s all well and good to have long-term life goals, it’s important to consider the smaller things that help to foster a positive environment and mindset. Kristina Eventov has compiled a list of a few mentalities which will help you live your #bestlife.
Munich’s Best Brunch Spots
Brunch has to be my favourite meal of the day. It can be enjoyed all year round and is the perfect way to spend your day on a Sunday in the city! After in depth research, I’ve managed to curate a list of the best brunch places in Munich so you’ll be spoilt for choice on your next trip to Toy Town.
5 Tips for a Super Trouper Stay in Stockholm
Hold tight and get ready for some ABBA puns! If you’re thinking of taking a trip to up to Sweden, here are my five tips for a super trouper stay in Stockholm.
Missing: Informed Opinions in the Age of Social Media and Brexit
Fake news, that seems to be the buzzword of the day… So what happens when free speech becomes hate speech or when opinions, represented as facts, have nothing more than hearsay to back them up, what then?
York: A Saturday to Explore
York, a gem tucked away in the North of England, nestled not far from the East coast of the country. The pearl of North Yorkshire, some might even say, the city has been the centre point of many historical tales — from the Vikings to the War of the Roses, and later Rowntree’s chocolate empire — York’s beauty lies in its varied architecture and its reflection of its rich past.
5 Things I Learnt from Living Abroad
After living in Munich for a year here are five things I learnt whilst living abroad.
6 Ways to Explore Munich Like a Local
From venturing into the mountains, to experiencing the alternative nightlife here my 6 tips for exploring Munich like a local!
Mental Health: More than Just a Buzzword
World Mental Health Day, a day to encourage everyone to take care of their own mental health, as well as the well-being of others around them. But beyond the buzzwords and campaigns, understanding mental health, whether that’s because you yourself are suffering from depression or anxiety, or because you have a loved one, a family member or friend who is suffering from a mental health problem, is one of the hardest parts of the battle
5 Extreme Sports You Should Try at Least Once in Your Life
We spend on average nine hours in front of a screen each day, maybe it’s time to wake ourselves up, and got that blood pumping…and I’m not talking about going for little jog around the block. Here are five extreme sports you should try at least once before you die.
Kavanaugh vs. Believing Women: A Supreme Court Precedent
What does this case tell us about society’s attitude towards women, and how we engage with allegations of sexual assault?
5 Must-Watch 80’s Teen Movies
They don’t make films like this anymore…that classic 80’s teen movie. Directors such as John Hughes or Cameron Crowe brought teen angst to the big screen, with messages on life, love and growing up. Here are five must-watch 80’s teen movies, with meaning and heart, how many have you seen?