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Mutant Chronicles: A Love Story

Mutant Chronicles poster

I love Mutant Chronicles. I have tried to write this review several times already, and each time I contemplated the thing in itself, my love for it has only continued to grow. The first thing to say is that it is a very bad film, in the truest sense that a film can be bad. It looks horrible, like someone tried to make a model city out of burnt cardboard and human hair.

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Do your part to help save the Environment!

The Blue Planet Effect is taking the world by storm. It brings all communities together to tackle our dependency on single use plastic. Thanks to the increase of awareness that various documentaries, social media posts and news articles are spreading, the global impact of plastic on the environment is becoming vital common knowledge. We now know that plastics do not break down, but instead break up into smaller fragments that exist in the environment for a scary amount of time.» >

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‘Ladybird in Focus: Women’ at MERL is Worth a Visit

Exhibition MERL - Photo Credit Elliot Kim

You may already be familiar with the immaculately kept gem that is the Museum of English Rural Life. Located on Redlands Road a stone’s throw from London Road Campus and the Hospital, it’s tiny and beautiful, boasting an idyllic chicken-populated garden, peaceful café space, and completely non-stop milking of their slightly insane, completely viral, ‘absolute unit’ meme.

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Mental Health Awareness Week

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The Mental Health Foundation supports people with Mental Health by devoting a week of recognition to those who suffer by raising awareness for diseases and conditions which affect people’s day-to-day lives, often to the extent that they no longer wish to look forward.

Students are a huge sector of the number of sufferers, as University provokes huge waves of fear, stress, and emotion. The Children’s Society(2008) assert that 70% of young people who experience mental health problems ‘have not had appropriate interventions at a sufficiently early age’, and The Mental Health Foundation says ‘mental health and behavioural problems (e.g.» >

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