Beacon House – This years Rebellion charity

By Maria Szin and Alissa Naydenova For this year’s Rebellion, REBEL chose to support its first local charity. In the heart of Colchester, Beacon House offers more than just a shelter to those in need. The Christian organisation combats homelessness by looking beyond the immediate needs of its visitors, transforming lives via a different approach. …

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Walk with Words – Colchester’s new creative way to link people and place through creative storytelling

By George Curley In everyday life, with various job deadlines and pressures, we’re told to make sure that our mental and spiritual clarity is in check. One of the more recent methods of mental clearing, is walking. Our university and its surrounding area are rich with gravelly footpaths and historic riverside routes. However, me writing …

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Rebellion 2024: THANK YOU!!!

Rebel’s 60-hour livestream was a success, where we raised a record-breaking £850 pounds for our chosen charity. Beacon House, a Christian charity in Colchester which supports people who are homeless or in insecure housing situations, will continue to work their magic with this incredible donation we can give them. Steve Brown, the Chief Executive Officer …

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University of Idaho Killings: Remembering The Fallen Four. 

By Rebekah Froggatt On the 13th of November 2022, in the pre-dawn hours, four University of Idaho students were murdered in their off-campus home while they slept. The small city of Moscow, Idaho will forever be haunted by the vicious slayings of Kaylee Goncalves (21), Madison Mogen (21), Xana Kernodle (20), and Ethan Chapin (20), …

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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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