Do you remember your primary school years? Or even just the name of your teachers? I don’t know about you, but I am sure of one thing, Sonya Romero’s students are not about to forget hers, and she entirely deserves it.
Plus que quelques mois avant le début du bac, et cette année encore des milliers de jeunes Français vont quitter le nid familial et prendre leur envol. Alors forcément, on pense début d’une nouvelle vie, indépendance, passage à l’âge adulte, et pourtant, tout n’est pas rose.
As a soon to be second year student at Brunel University, I have lived at home for a major part of my life, and only left 6 months ago to live on campus. This means that, in the last few months, I experienced the joy of looking for a house to rent and, as most students will tell you, this is nothing like sunshine and rainbows.
The American President is known for his jokes during speeches, but two days ago, part of his speech at the White House Correspondent Dinner went viral. And I won’t lie, the reasons for that are pretty good ones.
Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Tumblr, YouTube, Snapchat, Pinterest… If you are reading this, I can bet that you have at least one of the above. Indeed, it is no secret that social medias have never been so popular and important in our society.
Personal life, entertainment, but also business and marketing, anything can be found or done on these networks; and sometimes it can bring the worst of the humankind. Fortunately for us, on some bright days, social medias also bring the best in each of us, and restore our faith in humanity.
With a leading role in Harry Potter, a modelling career, a work to promote girls’ education, the He For She Campaign, there is no doubt that her name, work and face isn’t unknown for any of you. Indeed, the 24-year-old young woman has recently taken the N°1 spot on the AskMen Top 99 Outstanding Women of 2015.