In the 25 years since Concrete first churned through the printing press, the newspaper has been home to countless editors, reporters, writers and copy editors. Although this network of Concrete alumni were once all nestled in Norwich, since graduating...
The bus rattled through the Polish countryside. The road snaked between farms and fields as it skidded through villages, with heavy glass windows trapping the heat of the blazing sun. Inside, we were chatting, squabbling over a map, and...
‘I like your skirt - you walk like a chicken’ was just one of the many bizarre, backhanded compliments I received from business owners eager to attract attention in the markets of Marrakech. Odd greetings and persistent yells were only...
When thinking of Tokyo's attractions, many people would perhaps consider Shibuya crossing or an old town in Asakusa. Indeed, these places are great and worth visiting. However, after spending 2 months observing Tokyo`s every corner I found some fantastic...
The prospect of sacrificing your personal space and sharing a room with a total stranger is probably the most off-putting part of study abroad. Americans have this weird obsession with rooming students together, and whilst everywhere else in the...
Travel has become a trendy thing to do. All over the media, we are being exposed to posts that romanticize travelling with your partner or best friends. Beautiful pictures of travellers smiling in front of national monuments or tropical...