Supporting a ‘crap’ football team and living in London isn’t easy. For me, an avid Stoke City fan, it has become harder since we were promoted to the Premiership a few seasons ago – before then no one knew who we were. When everyone was talking about the Manchester United game at the weekend, I’d […]
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 […]
Brilliant animation and poem published by Exposure partner CALM, which works to prevent suicide in young men. 77% of all people that take their life are male. Watch the film, share the film. Save a life.
Grand Theft Auto V is a great video game. It has received a perfect or near perfect score on every review out there. But that doesn’t mean it is immune from criticism, even if some fanboy gamers would want would prefer it to be that way. Carolyn Petit, a writer for popular videogame website Gamespot, […]
The Internet is not just where we buy, sell and socialise, it’s where crimes happen. It’s where people can get hurt. It’s where children and young people learn about the world, each other and themselves. – David Cameron, PM Imagine you’re me for a moment: doing some research for Exposure about pornography. It’s a sensitive […]
Yo! Wa gwan blud? ‘Teen London’: an exciting, edgy and authentic comedy drama inspired and created by urban young people; those living it for real blud. Ya get me? A world of raging hormones and fitting in; of teen angst and dodgy fashions; of mad crazes, phone apps, chicken & chips and indecipherable Jafaican patois. […]
Exposure’s Flo Codjoe picks up a ‘Value Life’ award from Spurs legend Ledley King: Thank you very much Gladesmore – we’re very honoured to be recognised in this way, especially as it’s the students themselves – together with the staff – who voted for us in the category ‘Outstanding Organisation’. Of all the awards Exposure […]
Did you know the average British woman is a size 14? Yet, according to a survey in an article from a 2011 issue of Female First magazine, one-in-two think they are too fat. I can imagine women avoiding looking in the mirror because they fear seeing the slightest imperfections that don’t measure up to the […]
Maksymilian Bolejko reports on how past election results are inspiring young people to get...
Joe Marshall goes through the keyhole
Wesley Emmott reports on a protest in Trafalgar Square against the chemical attacks
Joe Marshall checks into the Chateau Marmont for a multimedia experience
Charlotte Woermann explores the importance of the phenomenal teen drama for today’s youth
Daria Belau discusses how languages influence the way we relate to others
Alternative abilities ambassador Chris Cooper looks into disability charity’s employability project
Charlotte Woermann reports on outrageous story behind viral tweet