James Russell reports on TfL’s plans to improve the tube for London commuters
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Phillip Bleyenberg discusses the difference in teaching approaches between San Francisco and London
Early this year a 14-year-old boy named Matthew Brittan was hit and killed by a train on a railway crossing near Weston Milton railway station near Bristol. His friends put a bunch of flowers on the spot where he died. On a note attached it says, “We miss you. You are still a knight of […]
This is the end of my third month studying and working abroad in London. While this is hardly enough time to be able to acknowledge and appreciate every little nuance of the culture, I have written down a few observations with my (near-sighted) American eyes that I think relate to young people. 1.Free stuff! I […]
Bryony Bonekyn, 21 died last Saturday after falling from her quad bike during her travels in Australia, on Queensland beach. She was riding the quad bike with an unnamed man, 37, alongside a stream of water which caused the vehicle to lose control. The bike then rolled over, throwing both passengers from the vehicle. The […]
Some find being around disabled people difficult. Most of my friends do. My friend’s boyfriend’s sister has cerebral palsy. My friend always speaks of how much she hates visiting her boyfriend and being around this girl, as it makes her feel so sad and uncomfortable. Fair enough, it is hard to see someone struggle with […]
Jesica Alonso reports on how technology may be helping to make the world safer
Samuel Fuller explores why youth culture is in love with this unique form of...
Max Ferreira talks about his experience at a training centre in Highgate for people...
Nyron Redhead explores the need to learn about healthy relationships from a young age
Samuel Fuller explores why young people are wiser than we thought
Joe Marshall infiltrates a new breed of dance party
A poem by Andreea about a broken heart
Joe Marshall grapples with a beast of blockbuster proportions