For the first time in nearly 10 years, a crewed NASA rocket will launch from US soil. This will undoubtfully impact the future of space exploration and the development of the industry.
Month: April 2020
Enactus aims to support young people in the UK to engage in youth social action and youth social enterprise.
Women alone are powerful. Together, they can have an impact.
Advertisements have been present in the media for over a century. With the decline of television and the growth of ad rejection in younger generations, advertisements have to adapt rapidly, or they risk becoming obsolete.
It’s a widely-held belief that some phones, gadgets and other tech have very short lifespans. Is this something we should accept?
Box office success and universal popularity make biographical films about artists a fascinating prospect for Hollywood, with a host of music biopics in development.
As Britain enters another week of lockdown life, Ted Jeffery provides us with his take on the current situation and whether or not Brits are as selfish as some people in the media are making them out to be.
The normalisation of buying what we want whenever we want it has a dire impact on the environment and our mental health.
A couple of months after reaching the finals of Masterchef: The Professionals, private chef and entrepreneur Yann Florio seems to have achieved everything. He talks us through his parallel life in music, and his concerns with the food industry.
Fickle Friends are just like your mates - funny, self-deprecating, likely tipsy - except they perform at sold-out festivals. Seven years and one Top 10 album in, they’re just getting started.
It has taken climate change 30 years to get half of the publicity COVID-19 is currently getting. With climate change being one of the biggest challenges our generation will face, why is it not given the same attention?
From posters at bus stops and on the tube. To advertisements in magazines and newspapers. To annoying adverts before YouTube videos. Models are everywhere. But when was the last time you saw a disabled model?