Wesley Emmott reports on a protest in Trafalgar Square against the chemical attacks
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“I’m fine.” “Don’t worry about it.” “I’m alright, but thanks.” These are phrases I used to repeat a lot in my everyday life. Whether it was a project or some homework I was struggling with, I always resisted saying ‘yes’ to a little help. Back in secondary school, I was assigned a teaching assistant for […]
With it being nearly Halloween, and I being horror-obsessed, I wanted to see a scary movie; one that had gotten good reviews. I chose The Babadook, a chilling independent film about a storybook character haunting a mother and her child, directed and written by Jennifer Kent. It has received a large amount of critical acclaim. […]
While lots of people were packing their trunks and towels to sit on some beach in the boiling sun, my dad and I were pulling our bicycles out of the shed. We were cycling to Paris instead. This was a new type of holiday for me. I’d never done anything like this before, but with […]
Max Ferreira reports on how having an uncontrolled passion might lead to serious trouble
Exposure is proud to release its latest short film, Lonely Minds
Dimi Dyakova explores the true meaning of the movement and why it involves men...
Ines Alves sat reading her revision notes next to burning building; Dimi Dyakova reports
Shakira Dyer talks to Spurs fans at the screening of Exposure's Tottenham Hotspur documentary
N discusses embracing change, whilst overcoming harmful and dangerous obstacles
Meissa Haouari talks about the lack of press freedom in some parts of the...
Ahmed Hope explores why more young people went out to vote