You’re at University. You’re young and free to do as you please. No parents to look disapprovingly at you when you crawl in through the front door at 7am as they’re rushing past you heading to work… No-one there to give you grief for having a good time.
Night porter, Frank Stewart, was tortured by two thieves who broke into his hotel in the early hours of Tuesday. Continue reading
It frightens me how close I am to finishing my first year at University. I’m not excited. I’m not pleased I made it. I’m terrified. Because it means that I am one year closer to leaving the comfort of education, and knowing what I’m meant to be doing each day, to… To what? Continue reading
One thing on a lot of peoples minds: Japan. A country struck with not only one disaster, an earthquake recording 8.9 on the Richter scale, but also a second horror, the tsunami.
But jokes are being made on the horror that occurred that are tasteless, unecessary and to be blunt, inhumane. Well-known figures such as comedians and even Ryan Bailey, a English Rugby League player, are being called upon to apologise for comments and jokes made about the event in such a cruel manner.
The big problem with journalism for me is the advancement of technlology. Controversial as it may seem, I do understand that it is helping journalism improve and progress through extreme measures. But at the risk of how many journalism jobs?