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The Backpacker Fixing Syria

At the age of 21, Wijbe Abma was your typical hedonistic backpacking student. Having spent a year studying human geography in Korea, he was making his way home across central Asia when he decided to spend the night in the dusty Turkish border town of Antakya. It was a decision that would change his life, […]

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The Great ‘Fit To Work’ Scandal

As a young person with learning difficulties I’ve been following the recent news about the ‘fit to work’ tests. The government, specifically Iain Duncan Smith, first appointed a French company called Atos to carry out new tests in 2010. The aim was to reduce the number of people on sickness benefit. It wasn’t long before […]

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Insane Championship Wrestling

“It’s a drama, it’s a comedy, it’s a soap opera, it’s a performance art, it’s a stunt show,” Says Mark Dallas, 29-year-old creator of Insane Championship Wrestling, or ICW for short. ICW is a concept best described in comparison to World Wrestling Entertainment in the US. Like its American counterpart, the spectacle walks a line […]

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The Thing About Fraternities

“You can’t hold a whole fraternity responsible for the behaviour of a few, sick twisted individuals. For if you do, then shouldn’t we blame the whole fraternity system?” cried Otter in cult 1978 film National Lampoon’s Animal House. The question resonates today; do entire fraternities deserve the image given to them? And what is it […]

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