Print Features Editor Bethany Collins shines a light on the power influencers have over our spending habits and how the coronavirus lockdown has made us question the role they play in our lives.
Tamara Moule proposes the potential for a new normal in the health and fitness industry post-lockdown.
Print Music Editor Bridie Adams interviews Ruby Jones of the duo jones in the next part of her series of conversations with undiscovered musicians on social media.
Up and Comers: Ali In The Jungle Print Music Editor Bridie Adams talks to Chris Allen of Ali In The Jungle in the next of her series of interviews with ‘Up and Comers’. With their new EP out, band Ali In The Jungle have recently been using their Instagram, YouTube and Twitter platforms to gain some publicity. I spoke […]
Print Music Editor Bridie Adams talks to singer Elliott Holden about the music he posts on social media in the first of a series of interviews with undiscovered artists.
Print Music Editor Bridie Adams reviews Troye Sivan’s ‘leaked’ single ‘Take Yourself Home’.
Emily Sumner praises Tinder’s new safety measures From a young age we are always taught about stranger danger, and the threats of talking to people online, who could be anybody hiding behind a screen. However, many now do this on a daily basis through dating apps, and it is becoming a completely normalised activity. Dating […]
Olivia Garrett writes about the outbreak of the novel Coronavirus and the impact social media has had on a worldwide panic.
Ever find an ad for something you absolutely did not need? Wish is always the website for that, and for items that arrive seldom as expected, and too frequently of horrifying quality. But what are its other, darker sides?
Why Communities Can Protest Climate Change… but Social Media Can’t Becca Wells, Foreign Correspondent in Australia, analyses Climate Change Protests in Melbourne and argues community, not social media, can make a difference. People from every corner of the city gathered outside Melbourne’s Parliament building. Indigenous landowners, Quakers, environmentalist groups, school trips, the elderly, even dogs […]