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By Tiffany Francis For those that missed it, London hosted the Olympic and Paralympic games this year. It was a fairly low-key affair, a couple of fireworks here and there, but altogether it was rather...

By Lauren Winney For most of us at UWE, week six of the academic year is reading week, which means no lectures, no seminars and no tutorials. Sound like the perfect opportunity for a nice relaxing week? To...

By Josh Willcocks It is no revelation that the news has quite a penchant for reporting death and destruction. We have become quite accustomed to killer diseases, murder, suicide and the possibility of...

By Chloe Dixon London 2012 took the world by storm, being the most reported and talked about event of the year. It dominated our headlines throughout the entire world, with NBC’s coverage of London 2012...

By Chloe Anderson-Dixon Over the past ten years, social media has become one of the biggest modes of interaction between the public, organisations and businesses all over the world. Facebook is currently...

By Tiffany Francis Everyone knows how TV licensing works, especially in a student house. You get 200 identical letters through the post threatening you with a dramatic raid and a court case, even if you...

>Keen cyclist, Jack Franklin, opposes Laura Dale’s article and argues that cyclists are fit for the roads… How many drivers can say that they have honestly never speeded? Never forgotten...

>Laura Dale discusses the benefits of The Times’ campaign. But what if one of the problems are the victims themselves? Pulling up to traffic lights, I stop my car and put on the hand break, waiting...

>James Byrne looks into the dispute behind a profession surrounded by stigma and negative assumptions… There has been intense debate over the last few years over whether to decriminalise, or even...

>The best viral campaign ever? Just over a month ago something swept across the Internet; firstly through social media and then through news organisations. Kony 2012 was possibly the best viral campaign...