The Breakfast Club

The Breakfast Club, a motion picture film, demonstrates an excellent vehicle for specific sociological perspectives. The movie incapsulates adolescents in the 80’s, stereotypical characters and the relationship between social stigmas and achieved status. The Breakfast Club holds a contempt for adult society but also highlights how teenagers are characterised and how they deal with stereotypes…

Beatrice VS Benedick

Beatrice: Ah, I see you are still but a mere dog-hearted cur. Benedick: Oh Beatrice, always a devil-monk. Beatrice: Please don’t talk, your breath is a death token. Benedick: As is your hair and your attitude. Beatrice: Yet I wonder how your attitude won you the war. Benedick: I won obviously with the skill and…

Life Without Language

Capture a location full of chaos and madness… I see Tokyo city or New York. Visualise a place where silence accompanied with the sound of natural function is beauty… I see nightfall comfort the Himalayas. Imagine soft silk floating through the air… I see pillows of cloud. Now picture a life without language… The very…

Beauty

What is beauty? Is it a green meadow bathing in the sinking sun? Or is it the thin layer of cloud floating through peaks of blue light? Maybe the air rich with the scent of heavenly flower Or the deep shadow of a weeping willow. Who is beauty? Is beauty what we see or feel?…

Life after Death

I wrenched from my bed, with the burning feeling of an uncomfortable sensation. My breath lost, trying to grasp the motion of inhaling and exhaling but the air was too heavy and dry. Looking around my room, empty, with nothing but a light breeze tickling my flesh. My clothes soaked in sweat and this unexpected…

The Burning Dead

Night fall collapsed, with nothing but the flicker from the lamp on my desk. Anxious and frustrated, my mind dissolving into bio-chemical warfare, information overload! Suddenly, a landslide of pain struck my head, neck, and eyes, forcing me to take a well deserved break from study. I tried to get up but the weight and…

Beware the Ides of March

Julius Caesar is a play written by one of our greatest literary scholars, William Shakespeare. The play is set in 44 BC, during a time where Rome faced social revolution,  demonstrations of public violence, and civil wars. Julius Caesar and his character was strong but arrogant. He was a dictator among a growing Roman Empire,…

God of Thunder

Comic heroes and villains, graphic stories, fictional dimensions and the genius works of Marvel and DC, ranks way up there with the discovery of fire and the invention of the wheel. In my opinion, this popular cultural icon represents an epic milestone in the book world. Mankind hungers for characters like; Superman and Thor, they…

Stop Suffocating Life!

Here we are again, blogging our views and perspective on a product that sells a message or an image to engage and convince the consumers to respond, “Advertising”. While I was scrolling through various advertisements, I immediately found an ad with an image that caught my attention. The advertisement is a product designed for ‘World No Tobacco…

Sarin But Deadly

Over the past few months, the news has informed the world of one of our greatest environmental issues, ‘Chemical warfare’. We are well aware that sometimes people cannot resolve problems peacefully and resort to war. A dangerous and evil approach that attacks people, destroys resources and damages our environment. The one story that captured my…

Greeny Hairy Beast

Surf’s up dude! The term that comes to mind when I first started reading ‘Lockie Leonard Scumbuster’. The book starts by introducing two main characters, Lockie Leonard (who is a surfer boy, with a broken heart) and Geoff Eggleston better known as Egg (who is a heavy metal goth like kid that owns Eggs Heavy…

Don’t Be A Buzz Kill!!!

Article responded to: ‘What’s killing our bees?’ These furry, fuzzy little friends are one of the most important insects on earth. Bee colonies are rapidly decreasing in the UK, Canada and America, not so much in Europe. The consequences for our biodiversity and agriculture could be disastrous. Bees are more vital than you think. They…

Party Pooper

Why the world is running out of helium-Science-News-The Independent When you see a balloon floating through the sky or a decoration at a party you automatically think of helium. Helium is an important natural gas, the second lightest element, with the lowest boiling point. The natural gas is used to blow up balloons for a…