Mar 17, Your Culture

Top 5 Meals Abroad

Hello! My name is Tanisha and I am a flight attendant for British Airways for just coming up to two years now and I love it! I am a massive foodie and love that I get to travel the world and enjoy so many amazing foods from different cultures. My all time favourite is Asian […]

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Jan 17, Your Culture

Winter Activities in London

Just because Christmas and New Years have passed doesn’t mean the festivities have to stop. Here are some South Bank Centre Winter Festival This festival also hosts a variety of festive shows and events, from the contemporary circus show ‘Bianco’ (Nov 23- Jan 22), to the rock ‘n’ roll musical ‘Million Dollar Quartet’ packed with […]

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Nov 16, Your Move

Breaking out of the Box: My Job-Seeking Experience

The beautiful illusion of university life clouded my assessment of the future. This led to my not taking job applications as seriously as I should have, from the start. Although I started sending out applications for Media roles in January 2016, I did not give it a lot of attention. This was due to the […]

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Oct 16, Your Move

Black History Month Events

The Politics of Race in Britain and South Africa: Black British solidarity and the anti-apartheid struggle Monday 17th October, 6:30pm-8pm Wandsworth Free Booking: 020772232334 Elizabeth Williams will be discussing her book on global struggle against racism. She will talk about the solidarity of the African Diaspora people of Britain and the struggle against apartheid in South Africa […]

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Apr 16, Your Culture

Spring look

Spring is here! Which of course means new trends or should I say reinvented trends? Florals? Ground breaking! What is Spring fashion all about? Spring fashion is that ‘nearly summer but still chilly but you don’t need a coat’ type of fashion where you don’t have to wear heavy outerwear but you can layer up […]

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Apr 16, Your World

London Mayoral Elections

May is a big political month for Londoners as we will be voting for our next mayor to replace Boris Johnson after 8 years of service. It is no big surprise that many are concerned about the lack of young people participating in political elections, consequently, I thought it was a good idea to have […]

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Mar 16, Your Culture

Canadian meets Grime

Grime music has been on a rise globally with artists such as Krept & Konan, Tinie Tempah and Chipmunk collaborating with American mainstream artists. Admittedly these are all big achievements in their own right, however on 24th Feb came a huge moment in British music history. One of the biggest names in hip hop right […]

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Mar 16, Your World

#Savebrixtonarches

Gentrify – ‘To renovate or improve a house or district so that it conforms to the middle-class taste’ Gentrification has become a common feature in London in the past decade having become increasingly rampant and wide spread. It is a trend seen in ‘urban’ neighbourhoods, which sees a shift from away from the BAME community […]

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Feb 16, Your Move

‘Lash it out UK’ interview

Inspiring you on your next move This month’s inspirational female entrepreneur: Melica Lashley Q: Tell us a bit about your business? So my business is beauty related its called ‘Lash It Out UK’ and it is a brand of eyelashes. People ask me what makes my lashes different to everybody else’s and my response is […]

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