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Reluctance to Meditate

Ena explores the concept of meditation and talks about her journey and experience with different meditative practices such as breathing.

An American Student's Perspective on Mass Shootings

The harsh reality of being a student in America during a mass shooting epidemic, written by an American.

Stolen artefacts, or Finders Keepers?

With King Tut’s exhibit making its last rounds throughout the world before returning to it’s permanent and rightful residency in Cairo, Egypt, his ancient artefacts serve as a reminder that there are still many treasures that lay caged in…

King Tut's Last Campaign Around The World

King Tutankhamun campaigns around the world for his final time before permanently residing to his throne at the Egyptian Museum in Cairo, Egypt in 2022. Discovery King Tutankhamun, also known as Th Boy King for his early ascension at 9 years…

Emma Watson Talks Being Single, Mental Health, and Feminism

Harry Potter star Emma Watson discusses the expectations for women in their late 20s, among other topics, in interview.

'Ok Boomer' Starts a Cyberwar Between Generations

Boomers and Generation Z find themselves involved in a Twitter battle over two words. "Ok Boomer" sparks divisive controversy; will these differing generation ever come together?

A Different Remembrance Day

November 11th marks the day of remembrance for all the people who have fallen due to war. Remembrance day is most popularly associated with the termination of World War I, which was at 11 a.m. on November 11th, 1918. During this time, it is…

Remembering Forgotten Voices of World War I and II

It's almost Remembrance Day, but is everyone who fought fairly recognised?

Let's Not Forget The 5th of November

For 400 years, London has been celebrating the 5th of November. But why? This day marks the moment when Catholic rebels conspired against King James I in order to reestablish Catholic leadership in Protestant England. They ultimately failed, but what stuck was an affinity to anarchy and fireworks.

ScribersHive Europe - A Letter from the Editor

Samir has his say about the fantastic opportunity he took part in with You Press and Momentum World, reminiscing about the week he stayed in St Albans with amazing people.