Communism with a Big Mac
The museum of communism in Prague is situation between a McDonalds and a casino.
Live review: The Chemical Brothers @ Apple Music Festival
Dance music legends The Chemical Brothers, have a sound to big for a space like the Roundhouse so that is was no surprise they took the venue by storm at the Apple Music Festival.
Top Destinations for 2015: Ireland
Ireland may be infamous for years of political unrest and turmoil but now stands as a peaceful, if separated, country.
National Gallery's Audrey Hepburn exhibition captures her eternal beauty
The National Gallery's Audrey Hepburn exhibition brings one of our greatest screen icons back to life.
Loved by an increasing fanbase (including Labour MPs) rock two-piece Drenge are taking this summer's festivals by storm.
Masters on North Korean dictatorship now available
Let the Glorious Leader guide you to your MA at UCLan.
Three-piece Prides took time out from their busy festival schedule to talk swimming in Lakes, Kanye West and playing in Space.
New African adventures in store with STA Travel
Our friends over at STA Travel are making exploring Africa a little bit easier this summer, with a whole bunch of new itineraries on the continent.
5 life lessons we learnt from Clueless
Yesterday marked the 20 year anniversary of both the release of Clueless, and the making of every teenage girl born since.
7 holiday must haves
While a good book and a bikini are commonplace on holiday checklists, many items are lacking come holiday season. Travel requires more than just an immaculate, minimalistic (yet incredibly chic) capsule wardrobe- a certain attitude is needed to be able to fully immerse yourself in the local culture. Whether you are visiting Disney land or Djibouti, Scandinavia or going skiing- make sure you have checked off every criteria before you check in
An alternative guide to London
London may be infamous for its’ ability to rain whatever the season and a comical, daily commitment to consuming elaborate high teas. However, the city is truly one of the greatest.
Peeking into Petra
Take a glimpse at the hidden treasures Jordan has to offer.
My summer in a war zone
I'd chosen to spend three and a half weeks of my post-GCSE summer in Israel, along with many other Jewish teenagers from North London. The experience, known simply as ‘tour’, is a rite of passage for many Anglo-Jewish kids. It’s an eagerly awaited antidote to the stress of exams and a welcome escape from parents, to a carefree summer in the sun. But my cohort came back with more than just memories, a fading tan and a croaky voice. We'd lived through part of a war.
The ethics of holidaying in The Gambia
While The Gambia may not be on everyone's bucket list, it ticks most of the criteria. Cheap? The exchange rate works generously in our favour. Hot? All year. Exciting? Extremely.