The summer holidays are just around the corner and this August there’s a rare opportunity…
Ever wondered which car can leave all others in the dust? Drive Benfield is here…
Some more infographic fun for you today here at Young Academic, this time we have a great visual regarding the History of Heels. We listen to our readers here at the national student news service and you guys asked for more quirky features just like this one to accompany our ever popular student and education news updates, so we have duly obliged!
Few industries have been hit harder by the digital revolution than print magazines. A report written by The Guardian in 2014 found that UK consumer magazines as a whole had lost £1m in sales during the first half of the year, falling 4.4% compared to the previous six months.
The hugely popular BFI Future Film Festival, which offers 15-25 year olds interested in pursuing a career in the film and creative industries a unique opportunity to obtain access to members of the industry and attend a wealth of talks, master classes and networking events, returns to BFI Southbank for it’s 8th year from 20-22 February 2015
Take a look below for the history of the prank and be sure to share with your friends and family if you think its as cool as we do! Enjoy….
Online gambling has received some real flak over the years. Of course, the perils of becoming addicted to gambling are clear for all to see, but the same is true of a whole host of other vices. The phrase “all things in moderation” comes to mind as Young Academic has recently discovered – poker as a pastime can actually have a positive effect on the student psyche.
Warehouse Project season may be over, but that doesn’t mean the end of the festivities at Victoria Warehouse. It’s a busy old time for the music scene at present, with a plethora of additions to the Festival Guide and this weekend sees the eagerly anticipated arrival of Visionquest THIRTEEN to Manchester.
Unknown Unveils Second Wave of Artists Featuring The Horrors, Richie Hawtin, Factory Floor, Jagwa Ma and More!
It’s that time of year here at Young Academic. As you start to maybe think of the summer after your exams and the best way to treat yourself, the festival guide is on hand with profiles of all of Europe’s top events. This week’s instalment is regarding Unknown Festival, which brought to you by the people behind Warehouse Project and Field Day.
Canal Mills Continues Incredible Spring Programme and Announces Exclusive Art Installation from Phlegm
As promised, the Young Academic commitment to all things music and summer festivals continued in earnest. You may well have seen some great additions to the festival guide this week and we also have some incredible gigs to tell you about for students across the United Kingdom. If you are studying in the Leeds area then you will no doubt be well aware of Canal Mills, the premier multi-arts venue. They have some incredible nights in store this spring and summer as well as a great arts exhibition.