Sunday, November 29, 2015
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We are looking for ambitious content contributors who want to write for thousands of students who read us every month! You’ll be the first to hear and write about what’s happening in the world of education, students and university.

Your typical posts will include:
– Writing articles about students, their concerns and all kinds of interesting stuff that’s trending on the Internet;
– Creating titles that capture the essence of the story and engage users;
– Editing other people’s articles;

We expect you:
– To be a native English speaker;
– To have excellent writing and story-telling skills;
– To be experienced with blogging and web content creation;
- social reach

Please send us your CV to and a short note why you think you are a good match. This would be a part-time position and would suit any current student. You will be able to work from home or in your spare time.

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A chap from Birmingham came home from work, only to find the package he was expecting to be on the roof! After the delivery driver received no reply from the house he attempted to throw the parcel through an open window. According to the delivery company, Yodel, the driver returned shortly later with a ladder to retrieve the package. Image Source: Screenshot/Twitter/2015


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A driver in Russia swapped one of the rear wheels on his SUV for a log. Stunned drivers on the streets of St. Petersburg captured this picture of the car driving down a busy road. The driver was in the process of bringing the vehicle to a garage to get an actual wheel. According to witnesses the Chevrolet Niva was travelling at 50kmh (31mph) into the city.
Image Source: Screenshot/CEN/2015.

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Nicola Congdon, a 25-year-old from Falmouth in Cornwall, England, has started knitting woolly jumpers to help keep her chickens warm in the wintertime. Congdon has a total of 60 chickens of which 30 are former battery hens. These battery hens have trouble acclimatising to normal outdoor conditions once they are released. They also have a lack of feathers, which gave Nicola the idea for the homemade jumpers to keep them warm.

Nicola is now receiving special requests for jumpers from hen-keepers near and far. All of the profits are given to an AIDS orphanage in South Africa. Image Source: Screenshot/ SWNS/2015

knitting tiny wool jumpers to keep her chickens

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This is one of the coolest videos I have seen in a very long time. How is this even possible? I knew chameleons could change their colours but this fast? Although Chameleons are well known for changing skin colour, they don’t do so as fully, quickly, or spectacularly as depicted in the video clip above.

This video clip originated as a clever promotion created by the Cutwater ad agency in March 2009 for Ray-Ban, surprise surprise. Image Source: Screenshot/Youtube/2015.

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I always wondered if you would sleep in a sleeping bag which resembles a bear if you were staying somewhere in the Rockies? Would real life bears actually attack you or think: “hey this is one of us” and then walk off? Theoretically you could try out this idea now. Japanese artist Eiko Ishizawa has designed a bear sleeping bag!

You can easily buy one if you have a spare $2,350 USD lying around! The six-foot long sleeping bag is handmade and doubles as a bear costume when fully zipped up. The unusual sleeping bags originally went on sale in 2013, but recently gained new popularity after Twitter users started posting pictures. Image Source: Screenshot/Eiko Ishikzawa/2015.

bear sleeping bag

Japanese artist Eiko Ishizawa