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Journalism University halls of residence website

Swaction is a group project for the first year of journalism which helped me to practice transferrable skills such as CMS development, graphics and photographic editing, proof-reading, coding, consistent style and writing in different formats. As editor of the website i oversaw the development of the style and maintained a strong team rapport. My work included news stories … Continue reading

“It’s not just about economics, it’s about the community.” Is a local currency really the answer to the ever-declining high street?
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“It’s not just about economics, it’s about the community.” Is a local currency really the answer to the ever-declining high street?

Originally posted on Swaction:
Kingston has recently joined the country’s greats, Brixton and Bristol, with its implementation of a local pound as a means to benefit the local area. But why do local councils opt for this shift? And will it really benefit the local community in the long-run? “Not a replacement currency” Andrew Connolly,…

Kingston University’s “shameful” bullying record is slowly bubbling to the surface with an anonymous whistleblowing blog
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Kingston University’s “shameful” bullying record is slowly bubbling to the surface with an anonymous whistleblowing blog

Originally posted on Swaction:
A mystery whistleblower who is blogging under the name Kingston University London Dissenter is exposing corruption within Higher Education institutes, and he or she wants everyone to know about it. According to the blog, the University and College Union (UCU) have recently polled Kingston University as the second worst university for bullying.…

Outcry at election of Penrhyn Road Officer accused of bullying
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Outcry at election of Penrhyn Road Officer accused of bullying

Originally posted on Swaction:
The KUSU representatives in the new Clattern Lecture Hall. Noor Khan was elected as Penrhyn Road Officer on Friday with a majority 723 votes, amid much controversy around his reinstatement in office. Khan, 32, who ran as Vice President for Learning and Teaching over the 2014/15 period was nominated from the…