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5 Online Resources for College Students

January 28, 2016 9:00 am0 comments

No one needs to prove that he or she is a super scientist kind of person when technology is so prominent everywhere in the world. People are so interconnected that the sharing of knowledge is at a peak, and we do not know where it will stop soaring and when. […]

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How To Learn A Language

July 31, 2015 10:19 am0 comments
How To Learn A Language

For any of those studying languages at degree level, you will understand the long hard slog that’s been necessary to get to this point, and you might still feel that there are mountain ranges standing between you and fluency. Most of the time you might be so dejected it’s just […]

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The Best Years Of Your Life, Right?

December 10, 2013 5:31 pm1 comment
The Best Years Of Your Life, Right?

I realized the other day that the reason I had been so anxious about graduating was because of the amount of pressure that’s placed on the university experience. These years should apparently be ‘the best ones of your life’, and so something must be wrong with you if you don’t […]

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Should Media Studies and Drama Be Abandoned in Our Schools?

November 18, 2013 2:10 pm1 comment
Should Media Studies and Drama Be Abandoned in Our Schools?

“The arts are an even better barometer for what is happening in our world than the stock market or the debates in congress…” Henrik Wilem Von Loon I was speaking with an acquaintance of mine a few days ago (I was also wracked with nerves as I was about to […]

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Reality: When it hits, you know it

January 30, 2013 1:00 pm0 comments
Reality: When it hits, you know it

There comes a point in everybody’s life were reality begins to rear it’s ugly head. This normally happens upon finishing university, being in so much debt that you’re considering prostitution and realising you’re probably not going to get a job. When this eventually happens it’s back to square one.  Yes, back to […]

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Liberal Arts – Review

November 6, 2012 2:00 pm0 comments
Liberal Arts – Review

It is something to admire when an established sitcom actor breaks away from his day job, to create a quirky, indie rom-com that becomes the darling of festival circuits. Liberal Arts is a fun, touching and brilliantly scripted gem about a young man travelling back to his roots, on a venture of […]

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Words From The Streets – Interview with Tony Thorne

November 4, 2012 5:20 pm0 comments
Words From The Streets – Interview with Tony Thorne

Slang is created with the use of informal words and expressions, which are not expected to be part of a standard dialect or language. It’s used in different contexts, including SMS messaging, social networking sites, and spoken communication. Has slang changed in London since the early part of the 20th […]

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