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Special snowflakes and safe spaces: Should we be using these terms in debate?

Special snowflakes and safe spaces: Should we be using these terms in debate?

Monday 28 November 2016Student Journalists

We've had two political milestones in the space of a year, both of which have divided opinions across the globe. With the internet being the marvellously enormous platform that it is, political debates are leaving our television screens and becoming part of online conversations as well.

We've had two political milestones in the space of a year, both of which have divided opinions...

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Does public transport do enough for students?

Does public transport do enough for students?

Friday 25 November 2016Student Journalists

It’s the same questions that always plague your day as you step outside. Will my bus turn up on time? Will the train be delayed? Are there engineering works on the line? The answer to a lot of these questions is yes and here in Northern Ireland, it is a single company that will decide whether you get you to university or not.

It’s the same questions that always plague your day as you step outside. Will my bus turn up on...

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Fellas: How can you be feminist on nights out?

Fellas: How can you be feminist on nights out?

Thursday 24 November 2016Student Journalists

It was two years ago that Emma Watson’s HeForShe speech extended a ‘formal invitation’ to you fellas, citing gender equality as ‘your issue too’. Since then the UN campaign described as ‘the new solidarity movement for gender equality’ seems to have watered down its male target base, with no mention of men on their website, but plenty of subtle feminine pink graphics!

It was two years ago that Emma Watson’s HeForShe speech extended a ‘formal invitation’ to you...

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Introducing the NUS journalists 2017

Introducing the NUS journalists 2017

Tuesday 22 November 2016Student Journalists

Every year NUS hires a group of journalists to tell the stories that matter to students. The NUS journalists are all students themselves and will be writing for NUS for a year. Students are at the heart of the education system and we want to make sure your voices are heard. Follow their work throughout the year and check back in August to apply for the 2017/18 programme!

Every year NUS hires a group of journalists to tell the stories that matter to students. The NUS...

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