Tag Archives: America

Opinion: Brexit and Trump are the result of not listening and not learning

The comparisons between the UK’s EU referendum and America’s upcoming presidential election are irrefutable, writes Daniel Beach.

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Escape the British summer with ‘Work America’

The “Work America” programme is an opportunity for students to travel abroad and gain some vital experience. Joanna Keeton investigates.

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The rise of the LA stoner scene

Since California now offer marijuana for medicinal purposes, the music scene has changed rapidly. Steven Lawrence looks at the new music making waves in Los Angeles.

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‘I visited 21 states and worked 5 different jobs’

One summer, five jobs, and twenty-one American States. Sound too good to be true? The Linc spoke to one student who did just that.

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Notes from a big country

Having recently returned from a three-month stint working at an American summer camp in Pennsylvania, it will surely come as no surprise when I tell you that America’s sporting sensibilities fly straight in the face of the ones we enshrine in Britain. As a die-hard (British) football fan, I am still struggling with the idea […]

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We’re all this summer’s kids in Americana

This season’s must have on the High Street is Americana fashion, as seen on the catwalks for Marc by Marc Jacobs’s 2010 resort-wear collection.

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