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Leonardo: The Works – A True Exhibition on Screen [Review]

Editor | Svilena Iotkovska Released on October 29th, 2019 and directed by Phil Grabsky, Leonardo: The Works marks the 500th anniversary of the renowned artist’s death. This film, a quite literal Exhibition on Screen, provides viewers with an Ultra HD quality of Leonardo da Vinci’s art – that is, not only the artists’ paintings but his notebooks and drawings as well. Some of the paintings … Continue reading Leonardo: The Works – A True Exhibition on Screen [Review]

October’s Highlights in Women’s Sport

Student Writer | Annabel Drugan FA Women’s Super League So far this season, an early title race has emerged. Manchester City, Chelsea and reigning champions Arsenal have all gone ahead of the competition early on and it is clear to see the battle for the title will be a three-way shoot-out. Arsenal women’s imperious track record has to be noted: 15 League titles, 14 FA … Continue reading October’s Highlights in Women’s Sport

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NSMS 2019: ‘More students than ever before are struggling to make ends meet’

Editor | Svilena Iotkovska This year’s National Student Money Survey (NSMS) results have revealed a 4.8% increase in student spending from 2018 as the average cost of living was found to be £807 per month. 3,385 students have taken part in the 2019 NSMS and the statistics following the survey have shown that 79% of students say they worry about making ends meet. The financial … Continue reading NSMS 2019: ‘More students than ever before are struggling to make ends meet’

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Pietro Cataudella’s Innovative Art Project: CityLiveSketch

Svilena Iotkovska | Editor Pietro Cataudella’s CityLiveSketch project was started in the summer of 2014 and has now grown to acquire over 98,700 followers on Instagram. The Italian artist and illustrator plays tricks on the viewer’s mind by creating part-real, part-illustrated images inspired by his two greatest passions: photography and drawing. When approached by The Founder, Cataudella explained that he ‘started this artistic project because … Continue reading Pietro Cataudella’s Innovative Art Project: CityLiveSketch

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Instagram Adopts Trial Features to Tackle Cyber Bullying and Improve Mental Health

Editor | Svilena Iotkovska Instagram is holding test runs and hiding the number of likes in several countries including Australia, Brazil, Canada, Ireland, Italy, Japan and New Zealand in order to improve users’ mental health. While users will still be able to view who has liked their posts, Instagram will no longer state the number of likes.   This action has been brought about by … Continue reading Instagram Adopts Trial Features to Tackle Cyber Bullying and Improve Mental Health

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Britain’s Conservative Prime Minister: Boris Johnson

Svilena Iotkovska | Editor As of July 2019, the UK’s former foreign secretary, Boris Johnson, is Britain’s new Prime Minister and leader of the Tory party. His stance on Brexit has evoked worry in the nation, as he has promised to deliver Brexit by the 31st of October with or without a deal. This ‘do or die’ approach and the possibility of a no-deal Brexit … Continue reading Britain’s Conservative Prime Minister: Boris Johnson

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Diego Cusano: Fantasy Researcher

Student Writer | Svilena Iotkovska Diego Cusano, Italian illustration artist and self-titled ‘Fantasy Researcher’, produces art that challenges the way we view everyday objects and offers a creative perspective on ordinary life. Cusano rejects the title of an artist. In an interview with Kanbini, he says ‘Nowadays, anyone can be an artist. No, I’m more of a “fantasy researcher”: every day I get up and … Continue reading Diego Cusano: Fantasy Researcher