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Author Archives: Ben Cree
About Ben CreeThe one and only writer for his own blog! He likes to watch anime, play video games and browse at dumb things online at his own leisure.
As usual, here is my reflective vlog on this component!
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In today’s blog, I will be doing a SWOT piece on Cambodia’s Tuol Sleng’s Genocide Museum. If you don’t know what a SWOT is. It stands for Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities […] Continue reading →
As the title states, this blog is going to be about the expo. More specifically, the talks and the room layout. We are still going to host it in Mill […] Continue reading →
On Wednesday 11th of April, we’ll be setting up a pop-up stall at the chapel cafe. We are doing this because Masaya Link is hosting an 30th anniversary event which […] Continue reading →
Following on from last week’s blog, we visited BBC Radio Leicester this Tuesday. In which we talked about World Radio Day and our DMU course! We arrived at BBC […] Continue reading →
On 13th of February, it is World Radio Day! World Radio Day is an annual day that celebrates radio, what it has achieved and why we still need it to […] Continue reading →
A key part of an event is to have people and to do that, we need to make invitations. We touched on about who to send the invitations in the […] Continue reading →
Update on the location of the expo Ok so, we’re not gonna be in the Queens Building for our Community Media Expo. As the rooms we wanted have been booked […] Continue reading →
Me, Sam and Rosamond return back from our Christmas break, to start on our final term of our final university year! This means this will be my final set of […] Continue reading →