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From the Euros to the Olympics, and in the face of immense pressure, mental health struggles and racism, the world's best athletes have taught us what it truly means to win.
Following two tragic drug deaths, THE FACE talks to ravers and campaigners who want a radical change in policy across UK nightlife.
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Remember when kids on the brink of teenagehood actually looked like, you know, children? Those days are gone. In 2021, pre-teens seem just as mature as actual teens. Ah, they grow up so fast...
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Last year, Jessica Tremaine started her sustainable shop, plant exchange and community project as a means of bringing nature to the masses. Now, she’s leading a pioneering campaign to highlight the benefits and environmental impact of owning plants.
Un/employmenthood: Kicking off THE FACE's week-long series on youth unemployment, Rhys Thomas meets the students figuring out what to do with their lives post-GCSEs.
For Black women, watching Simone Biles and Naomi Osaka quit everything has been nothing but empowering.
You’ve seen the headlines about young people refusing the vaccine, but what is really driving hesitancy in this age group? We speak to some of them to find out more.
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Chef and photographer Alex Paganelli uses food to breathe life into campaigns for the likes of Skims and Bottega Veneta, but that’s only a small facet of his growing creative food empire.
Mental Health Diaries: A writer and content creator talks us through the ins and outs of living with dissociative identity disorder.
According to tweets from Grimes, the rapper has his sights set on WASP-127b, a planet situated 520 lightyears away from Earth.
The rapper is set to release his tenth studio album, Donda, tomorrow – and he’s enlisted America’s fastest woman for the No Child Left Behind video.