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Cyber bullying crack-down

Published on November 22nd, 2012 | by Siss Anderson

Media and academic circles have recently picked up on the unique and daunting phenomena of cyber bullying after a number of tragic deaths. Child suicide In the last couple of weeks, the world has witnessed as... Read More


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Killing for Fur

Published on November 22nd, 2012 | by Amy Tanikie-Montagnani

As the days are getting colder and colder, an obvious clothing choice to keep us from freezing is fur. The global trade in animal fur is now thought to be worth almost £10 billion per year,... Read More


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Degree worth falls in value

Published on November 20th, 2012 | by Amy Tanikie-Montagnani

Whilst the level of unemployment has risen over the past years, more and more graduates consider non-graduate jobs as their only choice, which in turn affects the value of university degrees. So is it really worth... Read More


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From pastry to Prada

Published on November 19th, 2012 | by Siss Andersen

The story of fashion stylist Andrew Davis is a fairytale. In his mid-twenties, Davis gave up his career as a pastry chef in a Manchester Hotel to pursue a career in fashion. His life was turned... Read More


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Bond, male bond

Published on November 19th, 2012 | by Dean Hendry

Man made the cars to take us over the road. Man made the trains to carry heavy loads. Yes it is a man’s world and November 19 is the day we celebrate it internationally. International Men’s... Read More


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The human meat market

Published on November 18th, 2012 | by Amy Tanikie-Montagnani

“Tired of ol’ beef and chicken? Why not try something different…get your human meat from us in Smithfields today. It’s your last chance.” That’s what the pop-up butchers shop Wesker and Son (Wholesale Meats) tweeted on... Read More


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Dining like never before

Published on November 12th, 2012 | by Elspeth Merry

When you enter Caroline Hobkinson’s newly-opened restaurant House of Wolf, you are greeted by her latest experiment: a jungle of strings hanging from the ceiling, whilst dining tables are set up with blindfolds, earplugs and syringes.... Read More


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It’s all getting cat crazy

Published on November 12th, 2012 | by Carleanne O'Donoghue

Whether we like them or not, photographs of cats have taken over a deep corner of the internet, so much so that The Photographers’ Gallery in London has opened an exhibition dedicated to the display or... Read More


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Pop music for posterity

Published on November 12th, 2012 | by Mikkel Stern-Peltz

Listening to the pop music of our generation will make some people despair. No one wants to have to explain Justin Bieber to their children. How will they judge us, if this is the music we... Read More


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