Category: Culture

Michelle Obama: From Grass to Grace by Yvonne Oparaku

Astounding Michelle Obama, wife to the first ever black president, mother to two beautiful daughters and a career woman was born in 1964 in...

The Power of Rap Music

2017 has been an interesting year for the music industry, particularly for the rap genre. With the introduction and fall of various...

The Quiet Power of Introversion

Steven Spielberg, director; J. K. Rowling, writer; Albert Einstein, scientist; Bill Gates, Microsoft inventor; Eleanor Roosevelt, former...

Going to School: Pay Day or Pay Nay?

Going to school is something almost all of us have done. Whether we loved it or hated it, we still had to go or risk our parents facing...

Baroque-Inspired Portraits Of Black Girls: The Inspiration Behind It

Very recently, I was introduced to an article that ended up meaning a lot more to me than I had anticipated. As you may have gathered,...

Parents worry about new Snap Maps system by Destiny Williams

Snap Maps lets users track each other’s movements in real time, but child safety groups are cautioning young people against sharing their...

Art and expression in Facebook Headquarters, London

A little while ago, the Editorial Team visited Facebook Headquarters. It was a truly “eye-opening” visit to the world of tech...

Facebook and the modern workplace

With over 2 billion active users (those which have logged in during the last 30 days), Facebook is by far the biggest and most-used social...

Art Galleries: Outdated or revolutionising?

It’s been a long time since I last went to Central London to visit some sort of exhibition. I visited the Tate Modern last year, the...

#Doctor13 and the problem with labelling

So, the new Doctor Who is set to be a woman. I watched the Wimbledon Men’s tennis final on the 16th of July purely because I had been...

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