JLDN Radio – harassment, Brexit and EU rights, Christmas songs

This week on JLDN’s radio show – harassment trends after video surfaces on train, what rights EU citizens will have after Brexit and the top Christmas songs in movies.

JLDN Radio – harassment, Brexit and EU rights, Christmas songs

Home Education

Education

University students left feeling robbed

With only one in three students feeling satisfied with the fees they are paying and value they are paying each year, it’s fair to say university students aren’t feeling fulfilled, Safiyah Bennington reports. In 2017, university fees went up by £250 which caused an uproar for students. A Second year student, Alicia Brand, said: ‘Fees went […]

Choose love – the shop that offers plenty to buy but nothing for yourself

(Pic: store front of Choose Love. Credit: Thisissoho) A new pop-up shop recently opened is dedicated to funding clothes to refugees across the globe – brought by what you choose in store, Delina Petiros and Moona Popal reports. Choose Love is a charity organisation founded in 2015, a simply but powerful message raising money to help refugees all […]

Are unpaid internships fair?

A controversial issue that’s been on the rise in recent weeks is whether or not unpaid internships are fair and should unpaid internships last for more than four weeks, asks Angela Ansari A survey conducted by the Social Mobility Commission has revealed more than 5k people agreed to a ban on unpaid internships. Most internships are […]

Robot library for LSBU

Future LSBU students are in for a surprise. From as soon as next year they could be served by robots in the new Library on Borough Road. In an attempt to make the university’s campus part of the massively evolving neighbourhood of Elephant and Castle LSBU has launched plans to provide it’s students with a […]