Students can rate their landlord one to five star rating and there is a landlord blacklist with the name of landlords with reported frequent problems
The combination of constant encounter with (often shallow) political views on social media platforms and recurring political shocks is shaping the politics of the younger generation
Our emotional and expressive capacities are changing the age of the meme
Censorship of more right-wing views on online platforms must be confronted if we are to properly engage in debate
David Moseley argues that social media is limiting our perception of the news and the world as a whole
A Facebook group that consists of 200 Agricultural Science students who swap nude photos of girls, and stories of their one night stands has been exposed by a student newspaper
With uploading every aspect of our lives onto the internet becoming more normalized, Cecilia Bicknell paints a dystopian view of our oversharing habits.
The RAG naked calendar makes a spectacular return in time for Christmas.
Nowadays we choose cheap thrills over classic knowledge; the book must not die
One of the founders of Kloodle, Phil Hayes, talks to Robert Firth about how they started and the graduate job market today.
We’re giving away tickets for Vevo’s Halloween Party at Victoria Warehouse. Read on for details!
Now we’ve left our teenage years, is it time to stop fretting about how many Facebook likes we have? Charlotte Wheatcroft thinks so