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Instagram: presentation or performance?

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Lifestyle Editor Holly Margerrison celebrates her 30 day Instagram detox...

Roast, Toast and Soapbox

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This week's soapbox is certainly divergent- biscuits and bush fires are on the radar of our writers. ...

Roast, Toast, and Soapbox

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Roast Shortbread There are a lot of biscuits out there: some chocolatey, some plain, some nutty. Some of them are even nice, but not shortbread. Similar to a brick in both shape...

‘Rise and Shine’ to the capitalisation of content

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Rommie Pintatham discusses the latest viral meme involving Kylie Jenner and how the Kardashian family effortlessly capitalise upon every opportunity to create income. ...

Molly Russell’s legacy: How the death of the 14-year-old could help to protect the lives of hundreds of others

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The tragic death of 14-year-old Molly Russell in 2017 took the internet by storm and shock, exposing us to the important influence of social media on the mental health of the...

Does social media sway public opinion in politics?

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It needs to be noted that, while it’s easy to blame technology for today’s problems, through history humans have consistently proved their ability to divide, with or without...

Jesy Nelson proves she’s not the Odd One Out in new documentary

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Jesy Nelson’s documentary, Odd One Out, is a fierce confrontation with the cruel aesthetically driven world we live in. Nelson reveals her darkest moments during her journey on...

Is social media good for students?

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It is considered common knowledge that social media has a detrimental effect on students. Seen by many to be the source of all problems. Whilst there is no doubt that some issues...

Lollipops, pills or tea? Instagram finally kicks back against the promotion of diet supplements

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Earlier this year, reality star and influencer Kim Kardashian hit a wall of criticism as her weight loss lollipops were branded as ‘toxic’ and accused of discouraging body...

Big Brother is watching you: concerns regarding social media and democracy

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From the app TikTok’s attempts to promote Chinese foreign policy and conduct censorship to Cambridge Analytica’s alleged election interference, and to YouTube’s...