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A Bittersweet Love Letter to Newcastle:

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About to plunge into my last week at Newcastle University, it’s safe to say the nostalgia has hit me all at once and I’m once again overcome with the all-consuming dread –...

Lola Jeans Review

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Known as ‘Lola’s little sister’ to the original Lola Jeans in Tynemouth, this restaurant transports you to a transient space of the prohibition past and colourful modern...

Practicing sustainable fashion

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Olivia Kelly investigates sustainable fashion in light of Stacey Dooley's 2018 documentary... ...

Location, location, location – the top 5 procrastination stations in the Robbo

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After the lovely month-long Easter break that made you almost forget that you even go to uni, third term has hit us all hard with exam season. Assignments, projects, exams –...

Revision breaks count too right?

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With exam season just around the corner, it seems like everyone could use a little advice about what to do about the best part of revision: the breaks. Read on for some tips on...

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...