The topic of assisted suicide has been discussed in the news a lot recently as the Dignity in Dying campaign has spread their message. It is currently illegal for someone to be assisted in dying in the UK, even if they are suffering from a terminal illness. This means people have to suffer and have no way … Continue reading Assisted Suicide
Once you've overcome the shock that your first year of university is over already and you've found the motivation to pack up the entirety of your room, it's time to head back home for the longest summer you've ever had. You're full of relief that all the final exams and assignments are done and handed … Continue reading The Summer of a Student
This week (7-13th July) is National Transplant Week and the world has taken to social media to join in with the campaign. #SpellItOut encourages people to spell out their decision about organ donation in a creative way and upload the picture to the website or another social media site. The idea is to make the … Continue reading Organ Donation
JK Rowling must have felt it was about time that Potterheads (including myself) got a little bit of new Harry Potter content. An article was uploaded to Pottermore, the online Harry Potter experience, on Tuesday. It was quickly picked up by fans and news outlets, and within hours #HarryPotterIsBack had began trending on Twitter. (This … Continue reading Harry Potter is back!
'X' (or 'Multiply') is the highly anticipated second album by singer/songwriter Ed Sheeran. Writing a follow-up album, which would match the standards of his brilliant debut '+'/'Plus', promised to be a difficult task, but Ed has managed to do just that. The new album was worth the three year wait; it seems that Ed took that … Continue reading Album Review: Ed Sheeran’s ‘X’