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Cookies, scary masks and generous cats: what’s your Christmas like?

Cookies, scary masks and generous cats: what’s your Christmas like?

Christmas, culture, Lifestyle, UK, World
Christmas is celebrated differently around the world. How do your friends and family celebrate the most wonderful time of the year? Many of us have grown up with the idea of Christmas with decorating the Christmas tree, hanging up stockings, and leaving cookies and milk for Santa, who comes down the fireplace and leaves you presents. The worldwide idea of celebrating the holiday is coming to the tree with presents on Christmas morning and opening them with your family. However, Christmas has different kinds celebrations around the world, ranging from familial to national traditions. For example, Santa is not celebrated in Austria at all; in fact, he is quite the opposite of a jolly plump man with a huge beard and wearing red clothes. In Austria, Santa’s evil accomplice Krampus g
Cheater cheater essay writer

Cheater cheater essay writer

Education, Have you heard, Lifestyle, Technology, University
Essay writing agencies may seem like a beacon of hope in the darkness of deadlines, but are they really bringing you towards the light? After a BBC investigation revealed that there were many videos breaching the company’s rules, Youtube has begun removing ‘essay writing services’ videos — particularly ones that promise plagiarism-free essays. How are students finding and using these services, and what are the consequences they face when they are caught by their academic institutions? According to the BBC, Facebook and Google have been asked by a regulator to end their income from advertising these businesses. This is a rising problem, because not only are the videos offering writing services, but there are also other writing agencies who contact students personally or post on
Study reveals truth about internships

Study reveals truth about internships

Featured, Investigations, Specials
Almost half of employers (48%) who offer internships report offering unpaid placements according to The Sutton Trust study. The report – Pay As You Go - says that 39% of graduates in their twenties have done an internship, including half (46%) of young graduates under 24. Of those graduates who have completed an internship, over a quarter (27%) of them did so with no pay. Media and the arts internships (fashion, theatre, tv, journalism etc.) are the most underpaid, with up to 86% on offer unpaid. Only 31% of working-class graduates had taken an internship compared to 43% of middle-class graduates. The report found that middle class graduates were more likely to be funded by parents, have savings or use personal connections to obtain internships. In comparison, those from wo
Self Portrait launches Central Saint Martins Scholarship Programme

Self Portrait launches Central Saint Martins Scholarship Programme

Fashion, Lifestyle, Uncategorized
The scholarship aims to aid MA Fashion students financially, starting in November 2019. Founder and creative director of Self Portrait Han Chong has decided to thrown his support behind young talents by launching a five-year Scholarship Programme at Central Saint Martins. The fashion brand will offer financial backing to five students, one each year, from November 2019 until 2023. This support stems from Chong’s own experience as a Central Saint Martins alumni. He will offer his mentorship to the chosen students in addition to the financial backing. Chong told Business of Fashion: “I’ve been through a lot [and made] mistakes… it’s a tough industry and often you only have a few chances, I want to set up a hub where we get talent from across the industry, so that when people have q
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