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Jun 2021

One price, two different university experiences

Students have officially been able to return to their campuses for in person teaching, but this has not come as good news to many struggling students, who have not set foot on campus all year. Many university students have been signing petitions to have money refunded for their lack of sufficient teaching during the Covid-19Continue reading “One price, two different university experiences”

Newfound appreciation for open university students

The Covid-19 pandemic has highlighted the struggles for students attending university and how they have had to adapt to a new way of learning online from their homes. However, this method is an everyday occurrence for students who complete their degrees through the Open University. The Open University offers students flexible part-time study, where individualsContinue reading “Newfound appreciation for open university students”

Looking back at my last show and looking forward to theatres opening once again

With life slowly returning to a sense of normality, following the easing of lockdown restrictions, I wanted to look back at my most recent time performing, as theatres prepare to open once again. I have always loved to perform, whether that is in a show or even just simply some roleplay. From a young ageContinue reading “Looking back at my last show and looking forward to theatres opening once again”

Man on a mission: Plans to sail around the world after building his own boat

A local man from Chatham, Kent has built his own catamaran and plans to travel around the world in it. Forty-nine-year-old Steven Bailey is a plumber but has always had an interest in boats and water sports. He is a member of Kent Boat and Ski Club in Cuxton, Kent and regularly does water sportContinue reading “Man on a mission: Plans to sail around the world after building his own boat”

Celebrities silence body-shaming keyboard warriors

I want to talk about a topic which is extremely current, especially on online platforms like Instagram. Celebrities are countlessly shamed for their bodies, either when they post an image of them appearing toned and fit, or then a picture where they are caught in an unflattering angle. Society today is ruthless, and people cannotContinue reading “Celebrities silence body-shaming keyboard warriors”

The virtual world of running: How competitions have adapted for athletes

Fifty-four-year-old Barry Royden is a well-known face at races across Medway in Kent. A keen runner, who loves the “exciting” atmosphere of races, where the crowds and other athletes help to add to the competitive atmosphere. But, like thousands of other athletes across the country, the Covid pandemic stopped him in his tracks by cancellingContinue reading “The virtual world of running: How competitions have adapted for athletes”


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