You may well have read with interest, our feature regarding the very exciting Ten Cities project from the ever pioneering Goethe-Institut. Young Academic can bring you an update today as the programme enters its second phase…
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As any regulars here at Young Academic will know only too well, we are obsessed with culture here at the UK’s national student news website. As such, we can bring you news of an intriguing survey being run by The Goethe-Institut. This focuses on what exactly in means to be European and will be running until mid-May and complements the very exciting Ten Cities project which is being co-ordinated by The Geothe-Institut Nairobi…
Young Academic can report some quite horrific student news today, as reports are emanating regarding a college student in America who was forgotten and left in a prison cell for five days with no food or water.
Today and for many to come, a video made by Invisible Children will spread across social networks. The aim of the video? To make Kony famous. Help show your support and join the fight to stop Kony and help the children of Uganda whose lives are devastated by Kony’s actions.
In October of last year, Jessica Minh Anh made history in the fashion world after she hosted a fashion runway show on London’s Tower Bridge. 44 metres above the Thames, models and designers gathered for the J Autumn fashion show. On 19th March, the global fashion show organiser will host yet another fashion phenomenon, this time in Malaysia.
The government has today given the green light to plans for a high speed rail scheme by the name of HS2 which is set to vastly improve travel times between the country’s busiest destinations.
Young Academic Features Editor Robert Gant reports on how the West is hurtling towards disaster as Iran test fires missiles in Gulf. This is the student news portal’s first enthralling opinion piece of 2012 and there will be plenty more where this came from, make sure you follow our RSS feed to make sure you don’t miss a thing…
This year’s winner of the Time Person of the Year award for having made the biggest impact in 2011 is ‘the Protester’. Robert Gant reports.
As the UK’s number one source of education news and world news, Young Academic can bring you news of shocking terrorist attack in the unlikeliest of places. A gun and grenades were used in the built up centre of the Belgian city of Liege. Reports are now emerging that the attack has killed at least two people and wounded a further 47, one of these is said to be an infant.
It may be a step away from the usual student fashion and education news but I’m sure there are a few big kids out there or even those just interested in the Barbie scandal who will want to know of the latest controversy to hit the news this week.