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JLDN live radio show

This was my first time presenting for the radio show or JLDN. with my fellow student Marinka we talked about the latest news on Extinction Rebellion if teachers should be available to contact after office hours and the reunion of the Sugababes.      00

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London Love

London, this city’s been fascinating me since my first travel here. 5 years later I’m sitting on my bed in my Londoner apartment and preparing myself to fly to Vienna over the weekend. I am so excited to see my friend but looking out of the window and thinking I don’t want to leave is weird. I don’t know what it is about this city but only after one year, it has become my h...

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Gapminder

Income/Life expectancy chart In the above chart you can see income compared to Life expectancy all over the world. For example the highest Life expectancy is Japan (84.2), the highest income is Luxembourg (99K). Also, Luxembourg has a high life expectancy similar to Japan. The country with the lowest income is Somalia, with (629). The lowest life expectancy is Lesotho (51.1). In this chart it is c...

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Racism in student halls

  The picture was taken by Isabella Ehrlicher and shows the flat where the incident has happened on the 4th of December. On the 4th of December 4 Students got caught smoking in the Kitchen of McLaren house, a London Southbank University student accommodation. The incident happened at midnight and the students were sent back to their rooms after the Student Ambassadors took their&nbs...

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Alan Dodson a vinyl trader in elephant and castle

Alan Dodson is a vinyl and antics trader at the Elephant and Castle market. You will find him sitting on his chair with his fur hat on, smoking a cigarette and speaking about the great musicians he has met in the 60s. He has started his career as a supermarket manager when he was only twenty years old. After a couple of years, Superdrug the drugstore brand came and asked him if he wanted...

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Winter Wonderland taking the money out of peoples pockets

Winter Wonderland taking the money out of peoples pockets with too high prices for attractions and food. Family attraction turns into biggest nightmare. Winter Wonderland is one of the biggest attraction in London during Christmas time. Thousands of people come every from the 23rd of November until the 6th of January. Not just tourists visit the German embossed attraction, also Londoners come...

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London South Bank University`s Drama Society performs “SEPTEM”

Six actors and one pill, the outstanding drama performance of SEPTEM  by the Drama Society of London South Bank University has left the audience speechless. On the 29th of November, the Drama Society of LSBU has come together to perform the SEPTEM, which was originally a movie but the director Annie Moohan decided to make a play out of it. The play was written by Hazel Hayes an...

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An emotional evening with Liu Xiaobos`s Poems

                                         Liu Xiaobo Nobel Peace price winner in 2010 On the 7th of November, five actors came together in the National Poetry Library and read out poems by Liu Xiaobo and his wife Liu Xia. It was all about a love story between life, his women and his country...

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National HIV testing week – Give HIV the finger

                                       Picture from the IIP Photo Archive-Flickr From the 17th until the 23rd of November it is National HIV testing week. This is a campaign started by the HIV Prevention England. The National HIV testing week is there to remind people, to get tested. ...

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Knife crimes are getting more and more serious in London

  People are scared to walk alone after 8 pm. The knife crime has become a serious issue in greater London. After the latest stabbing on Old Kent-road where a 75-year-old woman has been stabbed, people are getting more frightened to leave their home or walk the streets at night. Mary (42) said that she is scared of the stabbing becoming more common but she doesn’t underst...

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Artists and Society

” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″] “An exhibition not as usual” 14 rooms with over a 150 paintings about Artists and Society The exhibition Artists and Society is displayed in the famous Tate Modern Gallerie on Southbank in London. It is open to anyone and the admission is fre...

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The Telegraph trying to impact the younger generation to read the news via Snapchat

Snapchat has become one of the most popular social media platforms over the years. The App where people communicate within “snaps” is mainly popular within younger age groups. After developing the app with updates Snapchat decided to bring newspapers and other online news sources to the consumer. There are many different kinds of newspapers such as the Cosmopolitan, Dail...

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The change from the good old Newspapers to mobile journalism

Mobile Journalism (MOJO) is becoming more and more common. It is a big benefit for journalists, it makes life for journalists so much easier. The immediate update the worldwide reach and the easy way to consume. The sources where people consume news from have changed in the past years drastically. In 2012 about 40% read the news in a print version such as newspapers and magazines, in 201...

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People walk for freedom on the march of Brexit

” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″] Thoundsan of people came together to protest against Brexit and for a better life. On Saturday the 20th of October People stood up for the rights and marched from Hydepark Parklane down to Parliament Square against Brexit. People from all over the countr...

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The development of digital journalism

The way people consume news has changed in the past years a lot. The “old-fashioned” newspapers are only a part of a big industry of journalistic work. The news is now being provided all over the Internet, such as social media and personalized blogs. All of the newspapers have an online reader where they update the news several times a day. Consuming news is much easier than it used to...

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