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Womens Liberation Movement, 1970, Washington DC
Eleven women you should know about
Throughout history, women have created ground breaking products and pioneered movements. However, there are still so many that remained unnamed and unrecognised for there work.
Writing, Creative, Stephanie Hallson, The Darkness, Kettle Mag
The Darkness
An original creative writing piece by Stephanie Hallson.
team work, kettle mag
Three tried-and-tested ways students can team up online 
Here are three wonderful ways students, or anyone, can team up over the net to dreams closer to reality.
LGBTQ community, Donald Trump, United States, Laura Hackshaw, Kettle Mag
Donald Trump and the LGBTQ community
Laura Hackshaw reflects on the state of the rights of LGBTQ people after the election of President Trump.
My University Experience: Cameron Ridgway
Cameron Ridgway shares his university experience with Kettle Magazine
atheism, school, religion, Martia Dimmer, Kettle Mag
Why Atheism should be a subject in schools
Having never gone to a particularly strict or religious school, I’d never thought of myself
How to help teenagers with internet, gaming & social networking addiction
children are rapidly getting addicted to gaming, internet, and social media now which is ruining their day to day routine to a great extent.
Jasmine Parr university experience
My University Experience: Jasmine Parr
Jasmine Parr shares her experience from her time at university.
George Osborne, Evening Standard, journalism, Alex Veeneman, Kettle Mag
George Osborne and the matter of facts
As George Osborne prepares to take the editorship of the London Evening Standard, Alex Veeneman reflects on the importance of the truth, as the line between news and comment becomes blurred in the digital age.
Kettlemag, Kettle, Tom Earnshaw, football
Local Premier League fans pay a high price for their loyalty
Support your local Premier League team? Better start counting those pennies