Rebecca is a 21-year-old Welsh girl currently studying for a Masters in Investigative Journalism at the University of Strathclyde. She's a film buff and music geek with a slight obsession with labrador puppies and a passion for journalism, hoping to be writing for a big magazine one day.

REVIEW: Justin Bieber – Believe Acoustic

Justin Bieber’s last album ‘Believe’ was arguably the most eagerly anticipated album on 2012 – well, for a certain audience anyway. Bieber’s extremely clever manager and marketing team have come up with a marvellous idea to take even more teenage girls’ money by releasing an acoustic version of worldwide multi-platinum ‘Believe’. Genius. Justin Bieber is […]

Source’s Best Of: February 2013

Here at Source we like to cater for your every need. As if providing you with interesting reviews, hilarious features and impeccable beauty and fashion advice isn’t enough, we’ve now decided to treat you once again. We’re coming to the end of January now and the rain, cold, snowy/slushy stuff has really taken its toll, […]

Oscar Nominations 2013: The Ones That Got Away

Amidst the bitter cold of these winter evenings, not much is bringing me comfort except my hot water bottle. Writing that sentence was genuinely the first time in my life I have ever felt really old, but anyway. The point is; it’s dark, it’s cold and getting out of bed becomes increasingly more difficult with […]

REVIEW: Kelly Clarkson – Greatest Hits – Chapter One

My teenage years summed up in two words would be: Kelly Clarkson. I spent hours upon hours singing my little heart out to her ‘Breakaway’ album, thoroughly believing she had written every single word directly to me. I saw her in concert and got a t shirt which I still occasionally squish into to relive […]

Why Reality TV Is Better Than Reality

‘Tis the season to be jolly! ‘Tis also apparently the season to don your onesie and not move from the sofa ever. I quite simply refuse to believe I am the only one engaging in some serious slobbery during this festive season, and I can tell you exactly why the sofa is so appealing: reality […]

REVIEW: Lawson – Chapman Square

It’s safe to say that boy bands are taking over the charts currently with the likes of One Direction and The Wanted – and who doesn’t love a good boy band? Lawson, however, are just a bit more than a boy band. Despite having all the standard boy band characteristics – being extremely easy on […]

REVIEW: Taylor Swift – Red

It seems the name on everyone’s lips these days is Taylor Swift; and with good reason too! The cute 22-year-old is one of the top five selling digital music artists worldwide, and boasts an impressive collection of awards, including six Grammies! Taylor’s fourth studio album Red, released on 22 October, was bound to be a […]

Revision Techniques

So by now you’ll have read Jacquelyn’s amazing  ‘How To….Revise‘ guide which sets you up perfectly to begin revising (if you haven’t read it yet, click that link, have a cheeky look and then come back here). That guide is great, with loads of useful hints and tips on how to really sink your teeth […]

REVIEW: Sinister

I love a good horror movie. I also love the nail-biting, edge of your seat, sick-to-the-stomach feelings that come with a particularly good horror movie. So, when I saw the trailer for Sinister, and the words “from the producer of Paranormal Activity and the director of The Exorcism of Emily Rose”, I knew it was […]