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April 20, 2015

One of the foundations of British culture is drinking tea. English Breakfast, Earl’s Grey, Camellia, loose, or bagged; there are thousands of options that the British are constantly exploring.  Over my time here I’ve seen that each of them prefer their tea in a specifi...

March 24, 2015

A long day at work followed by a handful of celery sticks because we are too tired to make real food and feel guilty eating too much after sitting at a desk all day.  We as a society are constantly being too rough on our bodies because we think we don’t have time to tr...

March 17, 2015

   The sun was setting over the tall row houses that were all identical apart from the brightly painted doors, ranging from electric pinks to pastel blues. About a ten-minute walk from the Notting Hill tube station and I found myself outside the 20th Century theatre fo...

March 12, 2015

  Wednesday night, seven thirty, the seats fill up and the lights turn down in the Queen’s theatre in Soho. The cast shakes off their last minutes jitters, smoke begins to rise and another performance of Les Misérables begins. 

  

   Coming to the the...

February 18, 2015

Anyone who is anybody knows that 50 shades of grey came out this past weekend. Whether you support it or hate it, the movie brought in a lot of chatter. Many people protested the movie outside theaters, and in one case a women even got taken out of the theatre in hand...

February 9, 2015

We all have foods that leave a long lasting impression in your heads for years, that still make one’s mouth water at the thought of them, but do any of you have drinks that do that? Maybe a lemon that still makes your mouth water, or a drink with an actual electric sho...

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This series of What's Up TV sees us return to Northern Ireland. On this trip we found out about the laws surrounding abortion and how they differ from...

Abortion laws in Northern Ireland

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