NXG Zine – Movie Issue

Here is our Movie Issue of NXG Zine. After a short break just before the new year, we are now back and will be coming with a new issue for 2012 - Coming soon! 

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NXG’s Creative Outlawz Bootcamp for Singers, Rappers, Producers

NXG Presents the Creative Outlawz bootcamp programme, FREE for all aspiring Singers , Rappers , Producers and Creatives aged 15-17 years old , our three phase programme will help you develop as an artist as well as build import life skills . The programme consists of 4 phases: Element 1: Experience the great outdoors at [...]

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Back-to-College Tips for Students

Back-to-College Tips for Students For some students, back to schools means new teachers, new friends, new challenges, new accomplishments, and new exciting experiences. For others, however, it is a time that they absolutely dread. Truth be told, adjusting from the dog days of summer to the fast pace of the school or college can be [...]

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NXG Industry Trips Programme

  NXG – is offering free 15/16 academic year industry trips for  schools , colleges and training providers. The NXG industry trips programme provides fully funded industry trips to  learners at colleges and training providers. These industry trips help learners explore career options in various industries through fun and engaging trips and activities. Priority Groups: [...]

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How Colleges Can Support Able Students To Access Employment Opportunities

With the government pledging to create 3 million apprenticeship starts over the course of this parliament there is again a focus on alternative options for bright school leavers, other than the traditional University route. This was something we discussed at our Opening Doors to Employment with the Study Programmes Forum in March. For this theme [...]

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Javid Refuses to Rule Out College Closures in Wake of Cuts During Grilling From MPs

New Business Secretary Sajid Javid has refused to rule out college closures as a result of adult skills budget cuts. Mr Javid chose to criticise Labour’s economic record instead of guaranteeing the future of FE college when he was grilled by Shadow Business Secretary Chuka Umunna during business questions in the House of Commons this [...]

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Apple Music Debuts with Strong Artist Support

NEW YORK — The indie UK band Spring King was blown away that its song, City, was chosen as the first to be played by DJ Zane Lowe on Apple Music’s live new Beats 1 radio station. “Never expected to be part of something so big by doing what we love,” the band wrote on its Facebook page. [...]

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Will Government Grants Develop Grit in our Young People?

What makes some people give up at the first hurdle while others try, try and try again? Grit, resilience, perseverance – whatever you call it, most would agree that it’s an important trait and something we should be doing more to develop in our young people. It has now attracted government backing, in the shape [...]

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Drake ‘Shuts Down’ Wireless Festival’s 10th Birthday Party

On a sunny day in Finsbury Park the 2015 Wireless proceedings kicked off with a special day of music to celebrate the 10th year of Wireless…..and it did not disappoint with a fantastic line up of UK and international acts! The day of music saw performances from homegrown talent Katy B, Boy Better Know, Section Boyz, Yungen and Rita Ora. The [...]

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Watch: Rachel Dolezal Bares All On Race Controversy On ‘Today’

Shamed NAACP leader Rachel Dolezal has taken to ‘Today’ to explain herself after facing criticism for pretending to be an African-American woman. Unfortunately, any hoping her “outing” would prompt an apology from her will be disappointed by the interview with Matt Lauer below. For, she has insisted that she identifies as an African-American despite being born to Caucasian [...]

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Janet Jackson Announces World Tour

Following her return to music this year, Janet Jackson has released the North American dates of her highly-anticipated Unbreakable World Tour, which starts on September 8 in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Following the conclusion of the 36 headline shows, Jackson will then embark on an extensive run across the continent, before taking the shows international. The tour is in support of [...]

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