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                              By Danielle Scregg For this months photography blog I turned to Instagram for inspiration. As many...

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By Safia Yallaoui The uprisings in Syria, which began in March 2011, are based on civilians fighting for democratic rights after almost 42 years under the rule of one family; the Assads. In the year 2000,...

By Jake George Those who travel home for the holidays will likely rely on public transport to get them there. Owning a car is, cost-wise, out of the question, given the price of insurance and all other...

By Josh Willcocks To paraphrase NASA: If you’re reading this then then your pathetic existence must be on-going – the Mayans were wrong and the world didn’t end… and if you thought it would...

By Danielle Scregg With the busy end of term submissions, the sigh of relief once it had all been handed in and the excitement of returning home for Christmas, I had forgotten all about this piece. With...

By Jake George Is it over yet? The globe has been in an economic crisis for a while now, and the media has been up in arms over welfare cheats, scroungers, the disabled, the unemployed, immigrants, the...

By Safia Yallaoui It has been nearly two years since Hosni Mubarak gave in to the protesters in his country and resigned his role as the President of Egypt. After resigning on February 11th 2011 and being...

By Lauren Winney Music plays a big part in creating the modern and young urbanised culture amongst the City of Bristol. There are so many venues across the City that is well known for their music, gigs...

By Josh Willcocks The sun glides listlessly from behind the frosted rooftops, plumes of silver boiler smoke billow in the cool air, and a robin, perched atop a garden fence, warbles honeyed notes of festive...

By Phil Mansell Since the allegations of child sex abuse by the late Jimmy Savile were broadcast in an ITV documentary during late September, the scandal has implicated a wide range of people. The...