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Culture

Talking with the Artists of The Collective

The Collective was a conscious music programme for the next generation of artists which assisted rising artists in writing and producing socially conscious music.

PETA compares “bringing home the bacon” to racism, homophobia, and ableism

We should probably dismantle racism, homophobia, and ableism before we worry about "speciesism".

Celebrating Thanksgiving Abroad

Fighting homesickness with food.

Politics

Flanders Region Bans Kosher and Halal Meat

The Belgian region of Flanders has gone forward with a ban on Kosher in Halal meat this year raising question of concern over xenophobia.

Discussing the Refugee Crisis with Anrike Piel

Visual Artist Anrike Piel answers questions regarding the refugee crisis with her experience in the camps after a recent trip to Greece.

Dear Refugee Crises - Valentina Georgieva

A letter written to the current Refugee Crises world wide written by Valentina as part of the ScribersHive Europe programme.

Health

Students’ Diets are Deteriorating

According to a recent study, about 30% of students don't eat fruit daily.

How To Fight Homesickness

Whether you're in uni or working far from home, try out this guide to fighting homesickness.

There is a Hero Inside of You

Utilising the skills we learn from our helpers during our missions.

Students

The Young Ambassador's Apprenticeship Fair

I got the opportunity to interview a few of the Young Westminster Foundation's Young Ambassadors about their first community event.

Dear UK Education System

A scathing letter to the education system in the UK.

The Importance of Reading Books from a Young Age

With digital technology usage ever-increasing, it's time to take a little step back for some good old recreational reading. Whether it be a fantasy novel or an except in your local newspaper.

Entertainment

Behind Black Mirror: Bandersnatch

Bandersnatch, one of the first multiple-choice films produced by Netflix, has literally divided audiences and critics. Beyond the matter of taste and preferences, this episode marks an essential step towards a new way to understand the television content.

True Crime Stories You Should Read

Check out some interesting true crime stories.

Stephen Hillenburg, Creator of ‘SpongeBob Squarepants’, Dies at 57

Nickelodeon announced that the 'SpongeBob SquarePants' creator died of ALS.

Sports And Games

Game Review - The Call of Cthulhu - Cyanide

Call of Cthulhu is a first-person adventure game that makes us experience the horrors generated by the mind of the great Howard Philips Lovecraft.

Game Review - 'Detroit: Becoming Human'

What would you make reads to your company android, Plato or Shakespeare? Also, how would you feel about if, brushes in hand, it would begin to paint an erotic scene or, who knows, could portray himself? Would you entrust to an Android, your children?

Premier League Mourns the Loss of Leicester City Chairman

The loss of Leicester Chairman Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha has sent shockwaves across the Premier League after a helicopter crash near the King Power Stadium claimed the lives of five people.

2018 FIFA World Cup Russia

France 4-2 Croatia: Les Bleus Crowned World Champions

France took on Croatia in the World Cup 2018 Final at Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow.

Belgium 2-0 England: Both Teams Coming Home

England played their final 2018 World Cup game against Belgium for a chance to finish 3rd.

World Cup Finals 2018 - France vs Croatia: Preview

France will take on Croatia in the World Cup 2018 final on Sunday afternoon the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow.

Crime

Prosecutors confirm Khashoggi was Strangled, Dismembered, then Dissolved in Acid

One month after journalist Jamal Khashoggi went missing, it has been confirmed that his body was dissolved.

10 Shot Dead and 21 Wounded in South-west Iran

At least 10 people have been killed and 21 injured in a shooting in Iran. The shooting took place at a military parade in the city of Ahvaz, province of Khuzestan, south-western Iran, marking the anniversary of the 1980-88 war with Iraq. The…

Model Harry Uzoka’s Killers Found Guilty of First Degree Murder

Two out of the three men charged with the murder of Harry Uzoka, a successful 25-year-old male model, have been found guilty of committing the crime which occurred on January 11th.

Podcasts

Hidden Voices - FIFA World Cup 2018

William, Luis, Samir & Kaled discuss their favourite moments of the FIFA World Cup 2018 in Russia for this episode of Hidden Voices.

Hidden Voices - Faith, Identity & Belonging

This episode of Hidden Voices covers all things related to faith, identity & belonging as Samir, Kaled & William host a comeback to the platform. The episode was made in celebration of the Photography & Creative Writing Competition with Paddington Arts.

Hidden Voices: Media Representation

Hidden Voices is ScribersHive's new podcasting programme hosted by our writers and creative artists discussing current events. Each episode is scheduled once a month and gives our audience a chance to hear different perspectives on the issues…

Art Work

Other

I Wish You Did

I never got to say good-bye to my grandfather and to this day I still fight the thoughts of not giving him more attention when I should have the most. I wish I could apologize and make it up to him. He's lifted me to be a paragon of virtue and class yet even months after his passing, I find myself stuck in the valley of fallen kings.

Something More After the Smoke

Reflecting on heroes and other instances of love during and throughout the destruction of the Greek wildflowers

Wetherspoons Shuts Down its Social Media

Wildly popular UK pub chain JD Wetherspoons closed all of its social media, including Twitter, Facebook and Instagram accounts. Tim Martin, the chairman of the company gives “the current bad publicity surrounding social media” as a main…

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