Even with the comfort of the HELP-scheme-blanket beneath your feet, after spending 3+ years working to earn a very expensive piece of paper, you'd hope that you end up with a high-paying job to make it worth your while.
Today, we live in a world dominated by screens. They're in our homes, schools, offices, shopping centres, petrol stations, bars, airports - you name it.…
Our social media pages are a constructed reality, rather than a representation of our real lives.
Among an emerging world of video streaming and on-demand content, it is very difficult to match the convenience that these services offer.
The shock of unknowingly running out of episodes has become too much for me.
Research is unexpected. But it is surprising and fulfilling, and the ways in which it can peel back the surface of seemingly plain issues to reveal their multifaceted complexities its truly wonderful.
Concentrating at university is hard enough, let alone when faced with a constant array of push notifications from our mobile devices.