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Film Review: Spotlight

In association with the Grosvenor

Spotlight is a very urgent film. It shows the story of the reporters of the Spotlight team of the Boston Globe newspaper who reported in 2002 that the Catholic Church was covering up systemic child molestation by numerous priests. 288 more words

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‘Virginity Scholarships’ offered in South Africa

A South African mayor last month introduced a new scholarship fund offered only to “virgin girls”, designed to preserve their “purity”. Dudu Mazibuko, mayor of uThukela, an impoverished district in KwaZulu-Natal, granted three year scholarships to sixteen female school leavers with the proviso that they do not have any penetrative sex during their time at […]
http://qmunicatemagazine.com/2016/02/10/virginity-scholarships-offered-in-south-africa/

Arts Review: Cinderella

Scottish Ballet, Theatre Royal, 12th – 16th January 2016

Cinderella: the story of a girl subjugated in her own home, bullied by her evil stepmother and ugly stepsisters, who transforms into the belle of the ball with the help of a pumpkin and a fairy godmother and lives happily ever after with her handsome prince.   309 more words

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'Virginity Scholarships' offered in South Africa

A South African mayor last month introduced a new scholarship fund offered only to “virgin girls”, designed to preserve their “purity”. Dudu Mazibuko, mayor of uThukela, an impoverished district in KwaZulu-Natal, granted three year scholarships to sixteen female school leavers with the proviso that they do not have any penetrative sex during their time at university. 311 more words

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Ronnie (Feb 12th)

I guess you never really know when your own will start but in hindsight I know his began on February the 11th at 10.23pm.

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Album Review: Your Friend - Gumption

Gumption opens with ‘Heathering’, a deliciously warm, fuzzy folk offering building to a shoegazey wall of noise, led by Taryn Blake Miller’s (aka Your Friend) thick, syrupy voice. 164 more words

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