NUS Slipping Into Crisis?

NUS Slipping Into Crisis? Written by Sean Benstead   This year, the NUS elected its first BME Muslim female President Malia Bouattia. With this came a wave of accusations ranging from her being a Terrorist Sympathiser, a racist and an anti-semite. Despite all of these allegations, which she denies, Malia has stood strong and reaffirmed …

Live at Leeds Schedule Released!

It’s just over a month to go until Live at Leeds takes our city by storm, blessing us with the likes of Albert Hammond Jr, The Midnight Beast, Pulled Apart by Horses and Blood Red Shoes. As of Monday (24/03) the schedule has been available to peruse via their website, so you can finally go through and …

Mezz stood empty as protesters won the fight…

Tonight was not your average Thursday evening, it was impossible to ignore the large group of protesters storming towards Mezz nightclub. The protesters were campaigning against the club night ‘Tequila’ ran by Mezz, following the release of a promotional video which was seen to be promoting rape which has been written about in another article. …

UN Responds to Cholera Accusations in Haiti.

    Haiti is a Caribbean island with a population of approximately 10 million (as of 2011 consensus, most recent), this small proportioned country has been plagued each year with natural disasters due to it lying on the hurricane belt, severe storms from the tropical weather as well as flooding, earthquakes and occasional droughts, however this country is …

Gender Inequality in 21st Century

  Inequality, we’ve all heard of it or even seen it happen in person, this can vary from social inequality to economic inequality and everything in between. Focusing on gender inequality specifically is a constant problem facing the 21st century in many countries worldwide surprisingly, gender inequality usually results in many of the following: being treated differently …

Arsenal Vs Bayern 2013 (3-1)

    Peep Peep Peeeeep! The sound that echoed through 60,000 ears, to Signal Arsenal’s dreams of obtaining a trophy since 2005 whistled across the Emirates last night. With team morale down after the fifth-round defeat at home to underdog Championship side Blackburn Rovers, left the North London side with a storm of criticism. While …

Zimbabwe & The New Constitution

    Zimbabwe is a beautiful country in the continent of Africa that borders South Africa, Botswana, Mozambique and Zambia however there has been a lot of news coverage lately covering the constitution within Zimbabwe regarding President Robert Mugabe and Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai which has captured the attention of many around the globe. Zimbabwean President Robert …

Shark Finning: The Truth

    The ocean is home to many creatures and species but we all know it’s essentially home to one of the most feared but also beautiful creatures of all: the shark. Sharks are world widely loathed or loved but are renowned for their ruthless tearaway image that is commonly crafted at the hands of …

Free App of the Week: BBC News

  As a student studying Photographic Journalism, I’m constantly keeping up with the latest news. I use twitter, @snoopedselby, to follow what’s going on locally. I use facebook to share the news and interesting articles I find and/or write. Amongst the usual social networks, I make full use of the free apps available to me …