Empowering young people to pave the way for internet safety

Social media and online learning platform, Natterhub, is seeking a panel of young  advisors to pave the way for internet safety. The young advisors will be invited to virtually meet in small groups to share their thoughts and experiences about being online and on screens. By representing a young persons’ voice for internet issues, the […]

Come Fly With Me: My Experience on a Gap Year

I’m the first person to admit I never wanted to take a gap year. I wanted to move away as soon as I finished school. However, finding myself rejected from my first-choice university and unwilling to settle on anything less than that, I was suddenly having a gap year.

YOUR VIEW: Why we need a reading revival

We live in an age of instant gratification. And I’ll be the first to admit, as an Instagram addict, regular tweeter, and serial Netflix-binger, that I am a victim of this. Yet it saddens me all the same, because not only has this new lifestyle negatively affected our self-esteem and attention spans (and that’s only […]

The Lowdown: Say No To World Parents Day

On the first day of June every year, we celebrate global Parents Day. Having just been made aware of this holiday and its meaning, it struck me as odd that we should have one particular day to celebrate the people who gave us life. Are we really going to lump them in with the likes […]