Watching the sunset on the evening of the 13th March, I couldn’t help but reflect on the week just gone. Overall, it was a pretty amazing week. Love was shared all over the world on International Women’s Day on Wednesday, and I managed to get the magazine I’ve been working on for the last six… Continue reading Women of the World Festival 2017
Before the sun rose on June 13th 2016, 49 people lay dead outside Pulse nightclub with a further 53 injured. This summer, I was lucky enough to travel to Orlando, Florida for two weeks. Without a doubt, it is one of the most beautifully inclusive cities I have ever been to, which makes the tragedy… Continue reading America’s deadliest shooting: Never forget
Professor Green visited Kingston University to talk to over 500 KU students on Tuesday about tackling the stigma surrounding mental health. Speaking at Penrhyn Road and Kingston Hill, the controversial rapper Stephen Manderson, who goes by the stage name Professor Green, highlighted his own battle with depression and anxiety throughout education and adulthood. “It’s so… Continue reading Professor Green tackles mental health stigma at KU
Companies in Kingston raised thousands of pounds at the World’s biggest coffee morning in aid of Macmillan cancer support on Friday 30th September. M&S were joined by Macmillan nurses, alongside more than 30 other participating stores, after a week of fundraising events. “Macmillan is something that we always sponsor every year,” Natalie, from Nationwide said.… Continue reading The World’s Biggest Coffee Morning
So, how has the development of digital tools enabled journalists to investigate around the world without leaving the newsroom? It is obvious technology has changed the world over the last few years, but just how has it changed the world? Well, it has completely transformed the world of investigative journalism. Social media is to thank for that.… Continue reading Has Social Media Changed The World Of Journalism?
The BBC is the most watched channel in the UK, racking up a quarter of a billion viewers each week world wide in 2013. So surely, I cannot be the only one who sighs every time I turn on my TV to see a man staring back at me. Surely I cannot be the only… Continue reading Why are women still not getting the top jobs at the BBC?
Universities are not happy with the prospect of leaving the EU, and the impact it would have on their students. According to Universities UK, in 2012-2013, 5.5 per cent of students studying in the UK were from EU countries, generating £2.27 billion for the UK economy as well as 19,000 jobs in local communities. University leaders have… Continue reading How would leaving the EU affect international students?