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Book Review: Junebug

Cherie Doyen’s first novel Junebug was the most difficult ‘easy-to-read’ book that I have ever digested. It was an easy read thanks to its short chapters, simple language, and constant forward movement. It was difficult because of the subject matter. The story follows June through her adolescence, most of which consisted of sexual and physical […]

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Film Review: Pastiche

For those of you who haven’t watched Pastiche yet, consider yourselves lucky. Not for the reasons that you would think. I’ve had the pleasure of having to watch this film more than a couple of times while writing this article, but I quickly realised nothing compares to the first watch of Pastiche. Reading the synopsis […]

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I’m Inspired Project

Many young people decide on their chosen career paths without necessarily fully appreciating how much hard work and dedication goes into becoming a success. This is especially true of disengaged young people. The phenomenal success enjoyed by some previously unknown people featuring on popular television programmes such as Big Brother and Britain’s Got Talent has […]

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Films

Sexual health vox pop

A short vox pop video and improvised spoken word poem

A short vox pop video on the complex nature of domestic...