Can Students Help To Save The High Street?

The high street hit headlines in January for declining sales and rising rents. The media has branded the Great British High street in crisis. Costs are, largely, too high for the high street to continue in the way it has done previously. However, it is worth considering the future of Britain’s major retailers and, indeed, …

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A Malfunction of Common Decency

As we enter a new year, the media bombardment of event coverage is in full swing. Fashion weeks all over the world are taking place, the Golden Globes and the Oscars dazzled us with their red carpet glam, and the Super Bowl dominated every TV in America (and some of the UK). Maroon 5 played …

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Activism, Protest, and London Fashion Week

I always can’t wait for London Fashion Week, and this season it definitely didn't disappoint. However, I had expected the week to be focussed on all the new trends (beige, beige and more beige… is it just me that hates this?) and fashion statements, instead, Fashion Week was dominated by activism and rebellion. In the …

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How To Keep Your New’s Resolutions All Year

When did everyone become so obsessed with having a New Year’s Resolution? Starting from the end of December and into the beginning of the new year, everyone talks about New Year’s resolutions. However, keeping these resolutions is a challenging process, and many people fail. With the rise of social media, and the constant development of …

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