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Bleaching in Paradise

My final project for my Masters course required me to make a 15-minute radio documentary on any subject of interest. I chose the subject of skin-whitening. 93 more words
Journalism

What Was On in London

I’ve been awful at keeping up with this, so I’m going to try and update completely today! After Dublin, I came back to London where I realized that the end of the semester was quickly catching up to me. 474 more words

Travel

Frank Bruni: From ‘Hamlet’ to Hillary

New York Times — IF Hillary Clinton goes the distance, she may have Shakespeare to thank.

Shakespeare and beer.

Both forged one of her campaign’s chief architects, Joel Benenson. 110 more words

Politics

Fourth Pillar of Human Rights

Countries should be banned from bidding for the World Cup, Olympics and other major sporting events unless they prove they are stamping out human rights abuses, Amnesty International has proposed. 308 more words

News

"Veritable treasure chest” of stolen English electronics found on German autobahn

Two Romanians were caught with a “veritable treasure chest” of stolen laptops, iPads and other electronics traceable to Kent, England in the boot of their car in a routine patrol in Germany, a court heard today. 228 more words

News

Backstage with City Dance Society

By Mariann Eliassen

“You need to find something that makes you wake up every morning and gets you through the week, and for me that is dance,” says Sandra Benet Garcia, the instructor of the Dance Society’s contemporary jazz dance class. 477 more words

On Campus

EVENT: Alan Rusbridger on journalism and the fourth estate

By Nathan Salt

As I am down in London anyway for a work placement – currently at FourFourTwo magazine as I file this from my hotel room – it was convenient that one of the most powerful and influential newspaper editors in the country was a panellist at a talk organised by City University on Monday evening; it was open to the public and thus I signed myself up. 573 more words

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