Nayana Mould discusses the emagazine Language Conference

The emagazine Language Conference In October, I visited an English language conference which I really enjoyed and decided to write about a couple of the lectures. The first talk was given by Ian Cushing, a highly qualified linguist who is a Lecturer in Education at Brunel University London, after working as a Teaching Fellow in […]

The cruel sport of horse racing by Nayana Mould

The cruel sport of horse racing Over 600 million view the Grand National each year; one of the most popular horse racing events in the calendar, not only attracting horse fanatics, but also punters, since events as such alongside Ascot and Cheltenham are hugely popular for betting. The racing industry has substantial net worth, in […]

Nayana Mould explains the problems of privatising prisons.

The problem with privatising prisons First, what is the difference between a private prison and a public prison? The main difference comes down to money; “a private prison, or for-profit prison, is a place where people are imprisoned by a third party that is contracted by a government agency”. The UK, United States, New Zealand […]

Nayana Mould blogs about the Ribblehead Viaduct

During half term, I visited Ribblehead viaduct, a crucial section of the Settle-Carlisle railway in the beautiful yet unforgiving North Yorkshire landscape. I have often visited this impressive structure as much of my family live in surrounding areas, however this time, I was inspired to research how such a remarkable thing was built and what […]