Lessons In LockdownCollege News, Covid19, Lockdown, Pandemic, Society | 30th June 2020
The last 15 weeks have impacted on college life like never before. Now, as we approach the end of the academic year, some of our digital journalists reflect on their lockdown experiences, their frustrations with the ‘media’ industry, and their hopes for a brighter future.
Pan(demic)Food | 10th June 2020
Year One Digital Journalist Willow Stening has created a helpful cooking series for everyone in quarantine. Willow’s videos are designed to help those who may be getting bored with the same old meals every week. Check out the videos in this post for tips on how to make easy meals for at home and also some whacky meals to make cooking fun!
It’s Amazing What Blogging Can DoCommunity |
Year One Digital Journalist Daniella Semple has been drawing on the ups and downs of life in lockdown to develop her skills and ambitions as a blogger. During these testing times for everyone, Daniella has focused on creating her own personal platform, where she can retreat to share her thoughts and feelings on anything from dealing with criticism, to learning sign language, to her experiences as a 3rd degree black belt and tutor in Taekwondo. Check out the link in the post to read more of Daniella’s thoughts and how she’s been keeping herself motivated over these past 12 weeks.
Black Lives MatterSociety | 8th June 2020
Members of the local community came together at the weekend in a show of solidarity for #Blacklivesmatter. Through a demonstration of socially distanced speech, music and reflection, the rally raised crucial awareness for the power of peaceful protest.
Fifteen Minutes of Game: In Defence of the Worlds Most Popular HobbiesGaming | 4th June 2020
Anyone that has ever used a console does so for a multitude of reasons such as a stress reliever, a therapeutic process or a temporary escape from their real lives. It is safe to say that Gaming has had a colossal impact on the way we live and society as a whole.
Adam Karakilic, a Technical Theatre student has been busy making scrubs for local NHS workers during lockdownCommunity |
Adam Karakilic, a Technical Theatre student has been busy making scrubs for local NHS workers during lockdown.
Notes On A Conditional FormMusic |
‘The end of an era’. The 1975 announced that ‘Music For Cars’, the name given to the band’s album sequels, was going to be the last chapter to the band’s albums. Releasing ‘A Brief Enquiry To Online Relationships’ in 2018 and now ‘Notes On A Conditional Form’ in 2020. This is a review by myself exploring all the emotions I felt as I was listening to the album for the first time.
Remembering Corey La BarrieSocial Media | 21st May 2020
The Late YouTuber Loved and Missed by Many On the night of May 10th 2020 the YouTube community lost one of their own. Out celebrating his 25th birthday, Corey La Barrie was a passenger in a drunk driving accident that tragically took his life. The Los Angeles Police Department confirmed that the driver, Daniel Joseph […]
NASCAR 2019 Cup SeriesSport | 26th February 2020
NASCAR has never failed to excite and raise fans’ expectations for the forthcoming seasons. As soon as the first green flag dropped and the engines roared at the Daytona 500, the 2019 season was sure to be filled with twists and turns, with the added uncertainty of the new rules package being added gradually throughout […]