NUS Exclusive: Apprenticeships (2013)

Whilst at the NUS student media summit today, Vibe Media were given a first glance at staggering new research that has emerged in regards to apprenticeships. This is a breaking press release, given only to the students at this conference, heard at the Amnesty International HQ in London, a whole 24 hours before it will be released to the national …

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My naked pictures are none of your business

Let’s get this out of the way from the start. I have taken naked and suggestive pictures of myself. Not just when I was naive and ‘young enough to know better’, but recently. For the eyes of my boyfriend only. When I was younger, the pictures were taken in a mirror, carefully planned and practised, making them worth the 25p …

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Saving Mr Banks – A Review

As someone who only really vaugely remembers Mary Poppins, when the other half suggested we go to see Saving Mr Banks at the cinema, my real interest was in knowing more about Walt Disney than how Mary Poppins was made. Disney, and his entire franchise, is shrouded in enough myths and legends to could keep an internet procrastinator like me …

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Dear 15 year old me

Dear 15 year old Me, Firstly, stop TlKiN lYk DiS and declaring yourself to be ‘so random’. Also, flat hair is not a good look. Thank you. I know things are hard now, being a teenager is difficult enough as it is, but add to that bringing up your little sister, and dealing with your Mum’s depression and y’know what? …

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I love…

So this week I’ve found myself engrossed in a book, watching some great tv and eating some very nommy sweets. Click here to find out more!

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Are we over charity ‘challenges’?

It started with the no make up selfie, and now, the ice bucket challenge. The first few days of any online charity challenge is filled with enthusiasm, everyone secretly wanting to be nominated, a fuzzy feeling around doing something good. I discuss clicktivism, and a new nomination challenge centred around poop!

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Exclusive: 73% of students set to vote in the General Election

At the Student Media Summit 2014 this week, the National Union of Students (NUS) released exclusive research showing that 73 per cent of students are now registered to vote in the 2015 General Election. The aspiring media professionals were given an exclusive view of this research ahead of it being released to the national news.

Proverbs for 2014

Proverbs seem a little outdated now, so here are a selection of Modern Day Proverbs. Originally posted on: August 2014