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Quayside’s best architecture

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Gayatri talks about the Quayside's best buildings...

QuinTEAssentially British: why do we have such a love affair with tea?

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Grace Dean gives us the tea on the benefits of brews on Britain...

Adulting? There’s an app for that.

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Adulting can be hard but thankfully technology can save the day. I’ll be taking you through my favorite apps, available on any smartphone, that simplify adult life. Monzo...

Advertisements: an agent for social change?

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Last January 2019, the shaving company Gillette released an advertising campaign promoting positive masculinity. The advertisement called “We Believe: The Best Men Can Be”...

Do we really need our 5-a-day?

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Everybody knows about the 5-a-day rule, it’s the first thing we’re taught after our abc’s and 123’s. But do we take it seriously enough? Teachers weren’t just rabbiting...

What the nut?

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Today people are paying an increasing amount of attention towards their own personal health and wellbeing. This in conjunction with the rising awareness over ethical and...

Early riser made the wiser: tips on how to make it to your 9am.

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Each and every university student understands the struggle of waking up for your 9am. Being at university has blessed us all with weird sleeping patterns which make early starts...

Blackfishing- the newest (not so good) trend of appropriation

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It is 2019; in Ariana Grande’s latest single ‘7 rings’, we see her as a mixed raced woman dancing in front of a villa with her other mainly mixed-race friends. Flashback to...

Gym and bear it

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Don’t get me wrong – I’m all for a gin and tonic. I’ll admit that I’m trying to cut down on the drinking as I begin the torturous process of dissertation writing but...

2019 in books

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2019, new year new books am I right? Here are some books coming soon in your local bookstore! 1) Five Feet Apart by Rachael Lippincoot, publication date: 14th January 2019 Five...