SURVIVING READING FESTIVAL

Here I offer you four of  the best tips for surviving in my opinion, one of the worlds leading festivals:Read More »

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FYRE FEST DISASTER – WHAT WE KNOW SO FAR

This week, we witnessed the dream of two celebrities shatter before them, leaving them in a trail of despair and desperation to regain popularity within their fans.

Fyre Festival attendees were promised paradise on a luxury private island, only to arrive in the Exumas, Bahamas, on Thursday to find a half-finished festival site, uninhabitable accommodations and hundreds of fans pleading to get out.Read More »

IS CITIZEN JOURNALISM A GOOD THING FOR NEW AGE MEDIA?

Citizen journalism is defined on Wikipedia as “the collection, dissemination, and analysis of news and information by the general public, especially by means of the Internet” and gives examples of Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat and Instagram as key role players in the new age of Journalism. This role has been brought into by society in the past decade with the growth of technology and the internet.Read More »

STUDENT MENTAL HEALTH ON THE RISE

Mental Health at Universities across the UK is dramatically increasing, as Young Minds state that nearly 80,000 children and young people are suffering from severe depression in the UK alone, not counting stress and anxiety individually. Specifically, The University of Essex are attempting to tackle the up rise by issuing various forms of counselling across the campus and by ensuring that the young adults are receiving the correct help they need.Read More »