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Doom Eternal – And an Article Full of Animal Similes

24 April 2021

This week, Morgan willingly plays Doom Eternal, as his fragile ego has been threatened and he needs to feel better about himself Anyone remember March 2020? Yeah, that was wild, wasn’t it? It marked an earth-shattering event that has shaped society for the entire twelve months since: Animal Crossing and Doom Eternal, two of the […]

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The Surprising Success of WandaVision

23 April 2021

Coming off the back of Avengers Endgame, Marvel Studies took a swift change of directions, departing for a list of Disney + projects that attempted to interplay the realm of cinema to the small screen of television and distancing itself from the range of branded productions that dominated Netflix queues for years.  It’s safe to […]

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Off the Beaten Track: Elgin

20 April 2021

Elgin is a historic town dating back to the 12th century roughly a 1-hour drive from Inverness. In many ways, it is the heart of Moray and the rolling pastures which enshroud the south bank of the Moray Firth. Intimately involved in the real-life of MacBeth (before Shakespeare brought him fame) there is history everywhere […]

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Netflix vs Amazon Prime – Which Is Better?

12 April 2021

Gone are the days of buying a DVD or VHS from HMV or begging your parents to buy a paper view movie from Sky Box Office. As the Pandemic has progressed the more that Netflix and Amazon Prime have become a part of our lives. Everyone remembers the rise of “Tiger King” in March/April of […]

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My Experience With the Covid Vaccine

8 April 2021

On Thursday 25th of March, I received my first dose of the AstraZeneca covid vaccine. Upon walking into the community hospital I hadn’t really thought much of it, I was glad to be getting the opportunity to receive the vaccine as many people across the world will be waiting for significantly more time than me. […]

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For You Page: A Place That Knows Us Better Than We Know Ourselves

3 April 2021

Since the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic, TikTok has become one of the fastest growing social media platforms in the world. With a surge of over 180 million monthly active users across the globe between December 2019 and July 2020, the platform has quickly become a hotbed for political activism, particularly amongst its large Gen […]

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Different Types of Fiction

27 March 2021

Books let us escape into other worlds and see other perspectives. Through books we can learn about ourselves and others. We can experience the past and the future to an extent. So, I’m going to tell you a bit about some of my favourite genres within the world of fiction.  Ghost Stories This is one of my favourite genres! I love a […]

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Five Great Biopics to Watch Because I Told You So

19 March 2021

In finding a topic for this article I found myself thinking back on some of the films I’ve watched and re-watched over this year-long quarantine period. In that rumination, I found a bit of a trend – I happen to watch a lot of biopics. So, allow me to yell at you in a textual […]

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It’s Not Me, It’s You (The End of Our Love Affair with Fast Fashion)

16 March 2021

Fast fashion is a massive worldwide industry, dominating its sector both in terms of production and sales values. “Fast Fashion” can be defined as the production and marketing of very cheap clothing and in vast amounts. These clothes are often of poor quality, in some cases close to a wear once and throw away scenario. […]

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Feminism, Femininity, and the ‘Difficult Woman’

14 March 2021

In recent years, the feminist movement has gained a lot more attention with events such as the Trump inauguration, the Harvey Weinstein case, and the online presence of the #MeToo campaign. So, why do so many people – specifically young women – still say that they do not identify with the term ‘feminist’? There’s a […]

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