Being Unapologetically Black

Race has always been a prevalent topic of discussion. Before we were black, we simply existed as people. Black didn’t become a race until whites coined it. With any dialogue regarding race comes a field of eggshells, people are cautious as they don’t want to defend and rightfully so. Many people, notably my closest friends, […]

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Aaron Ramsey

By Blake Valentine Aaron “Rambo” Ramsey has just scored the wining goal and collected the man of the match award in the FA Cup Final of 2014, which told, as it abruptly spat in the face of the hurt and torment of the 9 years that preceded it. It was around 3,287 days since Patrick […]

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Man and His Emotions Part II

By Calum Jacobs Four years ago my childhood best friend committed suicide. In the months leading up to his death we were in intermittent contact, and though he hadn’t seemed as gregarious as his younger self, nothing in his demeanour suggested he was gearing up to take his own life at the age of just […]

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Man and His Emotions

Feminism is no longer a taboo and people are really starting to embrace what is really like to be a woman. However, in the midst of all of this, the role of man in society has been somewhat mired. Believe it or not, there are roles which have been assigned to men which really need […]

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BANKS Rewriting The Template

R&B has been revolutionised in recent years, in fact the very template seems to have ripped to shreds and those that have reinvented it aren’t the labels; it is the artists themselves. The latter half of the last decade seemed to disappoint with R&B deciding to groove to the sound of dance. We were blessed […]

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