I'm second year English literature student. I'm interested in the arts, and do a lot of music, drama and dance. I have a growing youtube channel showcasing my music, poetry, and talking widely, often with a political focus.
If nothing else, at least these results show there is hope
I’m not happy about the hung parliament, but I am happy about the power of the progressive vote.
From Youtube to MTV Grace Victory is changing the face of sex education
"It’s about creating conversations and getting young people involved with talking about subjects that would normally be quite uncomfortable.”
Online is a safe-haven when coming out as LGBTQA+
The internet is arguably the best thing to have ever happened for the overall well-being of the LGBTQA+ community.
New YouTube store is a big step – but is it in the right direction?
iIt's only benefitting those already at the top.
YouTube "creator store" opens in London
London sees the first physical shop for Youtubers' merchandise open in King's Cross.
“Weekend of possibility” brought about by national rent strike event
Thousands of students joined the march against the continued marketisation of higher education last weekend.
Terror attacks and mass murders will continue, leaving news reporters with an impossible dilemma
With all the atrocities recently, many are asking if the news coverage is creating a downwards spiral of fame-seeking violence?
We won the rent strike - but we're not done yet
Universities have been trying to exploit us with rent costs, but we are stronger than ever.
Brexiters and Remainers CAN be friends
We need to listen to each other’s concerns and come to some kind of compromise, however impossible or idealistic that may seem
Why I'm striking against unfair university profits
UCL is supposed to be an institute of education, not a profit-making landlord