Articles by: Julia Molloy
Julia Molloy is an English Literature and Creative Writing undergrad at Lancaster University. She enjoys writing short stories and poetry as well as freelance blogging.

Exam-Centric Britain

January 28, 2013 6:00 pm0 comments
Exam-Centric Britain

Travelling on a bus may not be the most pleasant experience, but it can certainly be intriguing. When two young girls, aged about ten and six, got on the bus with their mother, I prepared myself for annoying and squabbling children for the rest of my journey. Instead, I found […]

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Why Eighteen is the Perfect Age to Be

January 3, 2013 12:00 pm1 comment
Why Eighteen is the Perfect Age to Be

Having just turned nineteen and waiting for the beginning of my second term at university, I was initially looking forward to what the new year had to offer: settling into university, enjoying a long summer holiday, then moving in with new people at the beginning of the next academic year. Then […]

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Royal Baby Fever Hits the Nation

December 15, 2012 7:26 pm0 comments
Royal Baby Fever Hits the Nation

It is amazing how much information 140 characters can convey. I’m relatively new to Twitter, and mainly use it to catch up with the news whilst I’m at university. I first heard about the Duchess of Cambridge’s pregnancy whilst using the Twitter app on my phone. Wonderful news. It was […]

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Has Merlin Lost Its Magic?

December 1, 2012 9:29 pm3 comments
Has Merlin Lost Its Magic?

I was shocked to discover that one of my favourite Saturday night shows, Merlin, is running its final series this year. The plug has been pulled on the show, despite enjoying continually high viewing ratings of almost 7 million every week. Is it the right time for the series to […]

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