A Wee Quiet Coffee – A Short Story

Have a wee read at my first bash at a short story written entirely in Scots dialect! If you’re not Scottish, reading this one might be a bit tricky. Enjoy! Sa I’m oan ma way tae meet Midgie thu day. I should proberly explain ma good friend’s unfortunate nickname by informing ye that he wis […]

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Cyprus Stranger Danger: Should We All Be Worried?

Read my new CultNoise article on the recent reports of alleged attempted child abductions in Cyprus, the concerns of British holidaymakers and a ‘stranger danger’ story from my own childhood: Cyprus Stranger Danger: Should We All Be Worried? We are often lulled into a false sense of security when on holiday. The sun is shining. […]

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Makeup Shaming: We Don’t All Wake up Like This

Read my new CultNoise article on how women and young girls are shamed for wearing ‘too much’ makeup. We’ll wear as much or as little makeup as we like, but thanks for your input. Makeup Shaming: We Don’t All Wake up Like This Recently I’ve noticed, especially on social media, that making a statement along […]

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A Cultural Shift for LGBTQ Support: OITNB’s Ruby Rose on Gender Fluidity

After working as an intern at The National last week, I was so busy I didn’t have any time for writing other articles. So, I’m so happy to now have the time to write some more for Cult Noise! I absolutely love writing for this publication and I think what Cult Noise do is so […]

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Sophie’s Choice: The Tribe (TV Review)

Read my new TV review as part of my Student Rag magazine Sophie’s Choice blog. This week, I reviewed the opening episide of Channel 4’s new documentary series The Tribe, following a tribal family in Ethiopia. Find the article on the Student Rag webitse here or read below: Sophie’s Choice: The Tribe Thursday night saw […]

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Intern Diary: News writing at The National

In April, I did my first ever work experience writing for Scotcampus for two weeks in their Glasgow office. This internship was great because the editors at Scotcampus really gave me the creative freedom to come up with my own ideas and write in my own style. I honed my writing skills, I learned a […]

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New writing at The National: Moment of reckoning looms for Greece

“NEGOTIATION talks between Greece and Europe appear finally to be progressing as Germany put a deal on the table which Athens’ leaders might be able to accept…” Today’s edition of The National includes my world news profile on the negotiation talks between Greece and Europe of the Greek financial crisis. Click the link below to read […]

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