Category: Education

How ACES has helped improve my writing skills by Vanessa Yakubu

My name is Vanessa Yakubu, and I joined ACES Aspire in May. I was excited to join since I had heard positive testimonies about the youth...

My Boarding School Experience by Eduwa Ekhator

When you hear the word boarding school, the first thing that comes to mind is punishment… right? This is because pop culture has painted...

Film Review: Tower

Tower is a film about a mass shooting on the University of Texas campus from 12 pm to 1.30 pm on the 1st of August 1966. Using animation,...

The Wonderful World Of Blockchain

Blockchain is quickly becoming a constant figure in our ever changing world, with it being taught as a course at universities, its quite...

10 things you need to know before year 7 by T. Williams

If you’re like me, you would’ve just finished year 7. ( I’m guessing it was either really good or really bad) but...

Neoliberalism: Back by Popular Demand

Neoliberalism made the universal hypocrisy of the market clear, no sooner than the populists and authoritarians came to power. During the...

An introduction to Neoliberalism

The concept of ‘neoliberalism’ has, during the past twenty years or so, become widespread in political and academic debates. Several...

Sheku Kenneh-Mason at the Royal Wedding

How Sheku Kanneh-Mason Inspired Me by Luke Smedley

Sheku Kanneh-Mason is a young, aspiring cellist, and the first black winner of ‘The BBC Young Musician of the Year Award’ since...

What to do When You Get Your GCSE Results by Toni Bamisaye

After having completed my GCSEs in June 2017, my summer was filled with both fun and anxiety. I spent most of my summer taking part in NCS...

The Power of Art in Politics

In a period of political unrest, it would be called ‘absolute ignorance’ to be unaware of the conflicts between countries, leaders and...

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