This week diverCity covers various protests around London, the latest in wearable technology, City University London news, as well as entertainment, sports and unusual news from around the world. Advertisements
This week we cover International Women’s Day throughout London, three year anniversary of Fukushima nuclear disaster, a rally to free the Cuban Five, Income requirements for migrants, international news, 6 Nations and Technology.
This week we cover international news from Ukraine, West End’s musical actors from The Lion King and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Sports Initiations in Universities, Saddlers’ Bar at City University having a broken coffee machine for more than 5 months, National Pancake Day, Sports, and unusual news from around the world.
This week we cover a new technology that extends Location Services in iOS, a Press Freedom Demonstration #FreeAJStaff, a protest outside the Ukrainian Embassy in London, a Filipino domestic worker being abused in the UK, hate crimes on City University’s Campus, and a roundup of unusual news.
In this special we covered City University London’s Students’ Union Election Debate for both Vice President for Education and Vice President for Activities and Development.
This week cover the closure of the Zieferblat Cafe, Hungarian Homelessness, International News, Entertainment, London’s Fashion Week and more.
This special is a one-on-one with both Students’ Union Presidential Candidates, Rima Amin and Hassan Niazi.