Journalism

The Linc:

Vans’ new Toy Story collection

Ways to wear an over-sized cardigan

Ways to wear an A-line skirt

Review of Bunty’s Tea Room

Yellowbelly’s receives top regional award

Social anxiety feature

Where to buy the best Valentine’s presents

Christmas cocktails

Makeup tips for oily skin

How to get silver hair

Kettle Magazine Online:

10 reasons why catcalling should be a hate crime

Brock Turner blames sexual assault on Stanford University’s “party culture”

Should feminism be taught in schools?

How to tackle lad culture on campus

#AskELJames – Publicity idea gone wrong?

Review of Peace’s Happy People

Five bands to watch out for in 2015

Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland at the Royal Opera House

The danger of revenge pornography

Review of Carry on the Grudge by Jamie T

Hull Daily Mail:

Amateur photographer spends three hours rescuing stranded seal

Amazing sights coming to the night’s skies including New Moons, eclipses and comets

Why is Friday the 13th unlucky and what freaky things have happened in history?

Multiplatform journalism:

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Pedal Pride, the first of the 36 knights that will be seen out and about in Lincoln this year, has been unveiled. Standing at the top of Michaelgate on Steep Hill, the knight can be seen dressed in polka-dot colours, just like those worn by the best mountain climber in the Tour de France. He has been placed there ahead of the Lincoln Festival of Cycling this weekend, and will remain there until he is auctioned off for charity.

See the video below: