Author name: Rebel Essex

Dear Diary…

By Alissa Naydenova “Dear Diary, today at school I got an A in English, and Stacy sat with me at lunch. It was awesome!“ If you kept a diary in middle school, it probably sounded something like this, scribbled in big childish letters on a glittery pink Hello Kitty notepad, not to be stereotypical or …

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Mita Biciclista – The First Feminist of Romania

By Maria Szin In the kaleidoscope of Interwar Bucharest, one woman broke free from the shackles of societal expectations, pedalling her way into history and becoming a symbol of resistance and change. Mita Biciclista (Mita the ‘Cyclist), born Maria Mihăescu in 1885, defied conventions and etched her name into the fabric of a society dominated …

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Addressing Global Fossil Fuel Use: The Fossil Fuel Non-Proliferation Treaty

By Kate May The Fossil Fuel Non-Proliferation Treaty is a worldwide initiative seeking to address the global use of fossil fuels. The treaty is based on three pillars: halting the creation of new fossil fuel projects, gradually phasing out existing fossil fuels, and transitioning to clean energy in a fair and balanced way. This comprehensive …

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The word of 2023 – Rizz

By Maria Szin ‘Rizz’ has been selected as the 2023 word of the year by Oxford University Press, the prestigious publisher of the Oxford English Dictionary. Words like “beige flag,” “de-influencing,” “swiftie,” and “situationship” were among the candidates for this title. The words chosen having the potential to hold cultural significance in the future, and …

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Download Festival 2024 line up

By Bailey McLaughlin  Download Festival will take place once again at Derby’s Donington Park in June 2024. Download 2023 was the 20th anniversary of the festival and surpassed all expectations as 130,000 people attended the 4-night special edition which showcased headliners Bring Me The Horizon, Metallica and Slipknot. How will Download 2024 compare? This year’s headliners …

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Bailey’s Band of the Week – Trophy Eyes

By Bailey McLaughlin Trophy Eyes are a melodically charged pop-punk/hardcore band formed in Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia in 2013. The band currently consists of John Floreani (vocals), Jeremy Winchester (bassist), Josh Campiao (guitarist) and Blake Caruso (drummer). Their music is raw and overflowing with passion.   Throughout the years Trophy Eyes have evolved and experimented …

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