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Haries take to the hills in groundbreaking Braids Hill run

For the first time this year and in the history of the Braids Hill Cross Country Race’s history, entrants of both sexes were allowed in both categories. Nor was the…

Owning your online presence?

Digital assets: technological files filled with our images, multimedia and textual content. Evidently, it is very easy to forget how our digital assets can quickly become an extension of ourselves…

Brave steps taken to advance women’s sport in Afghanistan

Recently, journalist Sune Engel Rasmussan wrote of a woman who ran a marathon. There is nothing very special about that, I hear you say: women all over the world run…

Apple and iPod: the anniversary of an icon

Nestled in the affluent Californian city of Cupertino, the Apple Campus is the corporate headquarters of Apple Inc. Apple, by some estimates the largest publicly traded corporation by market capitalisation,…

Antiques fairs and the rise of vintage fair culture

The desire to own antiques seems to be as popular as ever in Britain. There continues to be a proliferation of television shows based on Antiques; from the enduring Antiques…

The wider involvement of graduates in social work: an interview with Josh McAlister, CEO of organisation Frontline

Could you tell me a little bit about Frontline? Josh: I founded Frontline as a charity in 2013 to shift the perceptions of social work as a prestigious career of…

Rethinking the Suffragette’s legacy

Any film which stars Carey Mulligan, Helena Bonham-Carter, and the universally appreciated Meryl Streep is going to be big news. Indeed, the general consensus is that the upcoming British drama…

Where is my money going to go?

Charitable giving is something which the UK is particularly good at advertising and participating in. Recently, Comic Relief broke records yet again for the amount raised this year, with the…