Feb 17, Your World

Long Distance Relationships

Relationships require a range of ingredients to make them function, much like a cake. Flour, Icing, Butter, Communication, Trust and Respect, just to name a few. In 2017 relationships and unions are built from the most amazing circumstances i.e. abroad, while studying, travelling and online. There is something romantic about knowing you met someone in […]

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Feb 17, Your Culture

4 Top Tips for relationships in uni

  Don’t settle because of loneliness: There is a lot of free time outside of lectures and seminars. I think that some of he loneliest times are in the evenings. If you’re out then you’re out at a society event, have a part time job, or getting ready to go out clubbing. If you want […]

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Feb 17, Your Culture

Self Love

Valentine’s Day is around the corner a day full of showered gifts, romance and dread (for some singletons). I think it’s lovely to have a day that celebrates love but I also feel that it’s a money-making hype for the gifting industry. After New Year I went shopping for my 2017 diary and was suddenly […]

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Feb 17, Your World

#LoveNotWar

LoveNotWar Last year with everything on the news on what was going on in Aleppo, my heart ached and in my time of prayer I was moved to put my frustrations with the current state of the world into action. I’m a firm believer of loving people from the centre of who you are and […]

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Feb 17, Your World

Diaspora Corner: Political Unrest in The Gambia

I must say, it’s rather funny how Mr. Jammeh lost the 2016 elections after winning five times prior to these elections. The question that arises is how can he possibly lose after the fifth time, Gambian’s love him right? Apparently not. Jammeh being a self-proclaimed dictator made a rookie mistake. He got comfortable in his popularity […]

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Feb 17, Your Move

Noir Escape Launch

Noir Escape launches with their first event “Chocolate and Chill” this coming Valentine’s weekend, 18th Feb. Noir Escape is the first bar catered for the working millennial, with a focus on celebrating Black British Culture. For those nights you don’t want to turn up hard, but you don’t fancy staying at home watching Match of […]

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Feb 17, Your Culture

21st Century Dating

“Are we ready to show each other on facebook?” “Good morning” and “Goodnight” texts? “Why is he liking photos of other girls on instagram?” These are all relationship related terms and questions which has only really emerged since the millennial dating scene began. The rise of social media has ignited a huge change in the […]

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