Guest Blog: “A Kenyan Perspective on the Paris Terror Attack” by Nessa Shera

Introducing ‘moon child‘ guest blogger: Nessa Shera! My name is Nessa Shera, I am a law student and blogger from Kenya. As an immense lover of coffee, I plan on becoming a barista someday. I enjoy writing article pieces that generally mirror my own interests. When I’m not writing, I enjoy reading, listening to music, […]

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Dismantling Islamophobia: The Qur’an According to Muslims – CultNoise Project

After the Paris attacks, I came up with the idea to compile a collection of quotes and stories from Muslims and/or people who have studied the Qur’an to address and dismantle the onslaught of Islamophobia being directed an innocent Muslims and refugees who are being wrongly associated with terrorism. We got some great and really […]

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Sophie’s Scran: Di Maggio’s Psychic Night

    As a lover of Italian food, I’ve always been a fan of Di Maggio’s and when I found out they were hosting a series of Psychic Nights at their restaurants across Glasgow, I was intrigued (and hungry). Whether you’re a cynic or a believer in all things spiritual, this deal is a steal […]

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CultNoise Appeal: Dismantling Islamophobia after Paris Attacks – Get Involved!

Published by and re-posted from CultNoise magazine. – Please contribute to our CultNoise project if you can in order to dismantle prejudice attitudes. – In light of the terrible events on Friday (November 13), in which approximately 127 civilians were killed in Paris through a series of terror attacks reportedly committed by ISIS, we at […]

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Sophie’s Scran: Restaurant Review of wagamama

It’s been a little while now since I’ve done a food blog so I thought I’d write up a post on my new favourite restaurant – wagamama in West George Street, Glasgow. As anyone who knows me well will know, I’m a very fussy eater – bordering on the ridiculous. So, finding new food that […]

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London Zoo Unpaid Graduate Job: Is It Fair or Just Free Labour?

Published by CultNoise magazine. When embarking on a career, most students know that it could be a long time before they earn a decent salary. They know that along with further education and professional career goals comes obligatory unpaid work experience placements and internships in their undergraduate years of study. It’s a great pleasure to […]

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