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Technology, employment, career, Jamie Mercer, Kettle Mag
Five reasons to consider a job in tech
Jamie Mercer explores why now is a great time to consider a career in technology.
John Peel, media, radio, Academy, Alex Veeneman, Kettle Mag
John Peel and the search for authenticity
Alex Veeneman considers the lessons Radio 1 DJ John Peel has for those who aspire to work in the media.
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The Voice Kids: Unnecessary rejection or confidence-builder?
After The Voice launched its spin-off show - a singing contest for 7-14 year-olds, Jade Kidd takes a look at the issues surrounding rejection children in the name of entertainment. What effect does allowing children audition for televised talent shows have on their lives?
The Last Royal Capital
Kinga Szilagyi does a follow up on the rest of her trip to Myanmar in February.
The flatform trend and how to wear it
Have a look at this trend...
Nour Hassaine, Gemma Weekes, Love Me, Book Review, Kettle Mag
Review: Love Me by Gemma Weekes
Nour Hassaine reviews 'Love Me' by Gemma Weekes, a 'he loves me, he loves me not' romantic novel that is well worth a read.
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General Election 2017: How important was the youth vote in the results?
In the aftermath of the UK General Election, Sidrah Zubair discusses the influence that young voters may have had on the final result and its importance.
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10 Songs to Kickstart the Next Revolution
In this time of divided politics, we have come up with the perfect soundtrack to get you through the day. Mica Soellner picks out ten of the best revolutionary songs.
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Lebanon: Gateway to the Middle East
How to start travelling the Middle East, as a student
Cheltenham Science Festival Review
Cheltenham Science Festival returned to the town for another jam packed programme of hands on events and talks from some of the top names in science. We headed along for just a taster of what the festival had on offer.