As the summer season begins, elite celebrities around the world will not hesitate a second to show their top designer dresses at some of the most elitist events of the world; while we sit in front of our screens, admiring, judging, and dreaming.
While I do not know much about politics, I know that today is a really important day for the future of the UK. Today, May 7th, is the day when the future of the country is in the hand of all English citizens. Every single one of them.
When it comes to art, I am no good at it, but when it comes to admiring it, you don’t have to ask me twice. So, here I am, in the Somerset House, at the Sony World Photography Awards Exhibition, and after walking around the rooms for around two hours, I can truly say that this exhibition was worth the trip.
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.
Politics. Only one word, and already so many people will stop reading. Yet, we are only one week away from the general election.
44%. You think it is a low percentage? It is the number of 18 to 24 year old who voted in the last general election.
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.