American Studies – a degree more relevant than ever before?
Posted by Liv in American Studies on September 29, 2017
Wherever you look these days, America is plastered across our screens in some shape or form whether it is in the form of Trump idiocy, the brink of nuclear war or crazy weather. We live in a time where America is centre stage and, whether we like it or not, impacts our everyday lives in […]
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Who’s voting for Trump and why?
Posted by Liv in American Studies on December 27, 2015
Since the beginning of the presidential election campaign we’ve seen Donald Trump plastered across our screens and across all forms of media because of stupid things he’s said or extreme policies he’s backing. We’ve also seen his rise, with quite a lot of incredulity, to popularity and it really (really) begs the question; who is […]
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Britain VS America (Politics Special)
Posted by Jack in American Studies on April 23, 2015
Hey y’all. The British general election is approaching and everyone’s got their own opinion on which party they want to vote for and why. I thought I’d do a little comparison between the political systems of both America and Britain to try and distinguish which is better and why. The most noticeable difference between both […]
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