Tag Archives: America

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

Photo: Matt Johnson/flickr

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 only available to students at UK universities. Photo: Martin de Witte

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

Nathan Williams of Wavves stands at the forefront of the slacker/stoner scene. Photo: parttimemusic

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’

Hiking in Zion is one of the many things Joanna did over her summer.  Photo:

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

The hot-dog cannon feeds hungry sports fans. Photo: Neil Moakley

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

The American trend follows on from last year's nautical theme. Photo: Pargev  Y

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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