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Student self-isolation during Lockdown 2.0: what it really feels like to study from home during the Covid pandemic

Students across the world have spent most of 2020 studying remotely from home. But what is it really like? First Year York St John Journalism students working in self-isolation tried to capture the spirit of these extraordinary times in a photo essay - chronicling a day spent in lock down trying

Fireworks – a mark of celebration or an out-dated tradition?

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An upcoming debate in Parliament could see restrictions on firework sales. Each year, Bonfire Night opens up new discussions on whether fireworks should be banned due to the welfare of animals. People suffering from post traumatic stress disorder can also struggle with them. In November 2019, over 300,000 people signed a

Panic! at the Supermarket

Across the UK supermarkets have been raided. picked clean by people preparing for the worst, isolation due to Corona-virus (Covid-19.) what started with the bulk buying of hand sanitizer and toilet paper has become much more. Supermarkets now struggle with the daily barrage of customers. How is panic buying affecting business? Some may say

Time to Feel Respected and Recognised

York’s International Women’s Week is back! This year focusing on the respect and recognition of women and their rights. Redress equality and provide a better understanding of women, for our generation and future generations, a global message of the annual celebration. The aim of the week is to focus of female equality, to