Guest Blog: “A Kenyan Perspective on the Paris Terror Attack” by Nessa Shera
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Guest Blog: “A Kenyan Perspective on the Paris Terror Attack” by Nessa Shera

Introducing ‘moon child‘ guest blogger: Nessa Shera! My name is Nessa Shera, I am a law student and blogger from Kenya. As an immense lover of coffee, I plan on becoming a barista someday. I enjoy writing article pieces that generally mirror my own interests. When I’m not writing, I enjoy reading, listening to music, … Continue reading

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Editing @ The University Paper, Glasgow – Freshers Edition
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Editing @ The University Paper, Glasgow – Freshers Edition

The Freshers edition (September/October) of ‘The University Paper, Glasgow’ with me as Editor is now live online! As the newly appointed Editor for the Glasgow edition of The University Paper, I am thrilled to be able to share the online version of this month’s edition with you all! It was a really great first edition … Continue reading

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Guest Blog: “An English Girl’s View on Scottish Independence” by Sophie Dishman
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Guest Blog: “An English Girl’s View on Scottish Independence” by Sophie Dishman

Introducing ‘moon child’ guest blogger: Sophie Dishman! I am a 21 year old student studying Journalism at the University of Sunderland. I have a keen interest in politics and international relations as well as mental health, carers issues and disability. I am also a blogger and Youtuber, writing and talking about my experiences of being … Continue reading

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Sophie’s Choice: This Is England ’90 (TV Review)
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Sophie’s Choice: This Is England ’90 (TV Review)

Sunday night marked the long-awaited and highly-anticipated return of Shane Meadows’ award-winning drama series This Is England; in the form of its last instalment, This Is England ’90. Following on from the film set in 1983 and subsequent drama series set in ‘86 and ‘88, viewers have watched little Shaun (Thomas Turgoose) grow up on … Continue reading

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Refugees Welcome: The People Have Spoken
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Refugees Welcome: The People Have Spoken

Published by CultNoise Magazine. Today, David Cameron finally bowed to the overwhelming public outcry, and immense national and international pressure urging Britain to do more to help in the Syrian refugee crisis. Following the shocking image that went viral this week of three-year-old Syrian boy Aylan Kurdi who drowned and was washed up on a beach in … Continue reading

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