Rappler Multimedia reporting: Doing it alone in London Rappler I spent most of the first few months of my MA International Journalism course at City University scouring the streets of London for stories.
Ryan Edward Chua gives an insight in the challenges faced being a London-based journalist. Living the life of a comfortable and experienced journalist in the Philippines to having to go it alone in London was quite an experience it seems, but one filled with many life lessons.
The Guardian Heroin: art and culture's last taboo The Guardian According to real heroin lovers, in contrast, the best drugs supermarket in this part of town is half a mile away down in Chateau Rouge and Strasbourg Saint-Denis.
A fascinating but scary read of how people have been able to capitalise off of Heroin and also to learn of the devastating effects this has had on the people who were lucky enough to not be claimed by this drug.
History News Network American Hellfire [INTERVIEW] History News Network After the war, popular culture from books to poems to music and Hollywood movies made the incendiary a monster, and international lawyers codified norms that restricted its use...
Every advance in the ever-accelerating juggernaut of sports technology threatens to widen the divide between Olympic haves and have-nots. Well-sponsored teams and rich governments pay top-end scientists and engineers ...
This article speaks of the real stars behind the olympics; the people who create the science and technology that make an Olympic team go that little faster, the blades have that little less friction and the all important shedding of 1000th of a second on the clock.
Daily Beast Mentally Ill: Victims, Not Killers Daily Beast Most studies examine patients in mental health treatment, many of whom are involuntarily hospitalized for criteria, which include in most states, “dangerous to self or others.” These...
Socialist Worker Online A voice for the struggle Socialist Worker Online Earlier this year, Aaron Petkov gave a talk about the importance of the left press--and of socialist newspapers, like Socialist Worker, in particular--at a meeting of the...
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