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From trash to treasure – how one Kingston University student is creating recycled jewellery to combat environmental issues | River Online

From trash to treasure – how one Kingston University student is creating recycled jewellery to combat environmental issues Allegra Seymour, 21, created her jewellery using materials such as plastic from bottles, pop tabs, and even e-liquid cartridges. Seymour said: “When I’m at parties, I am always going around asking people to take their bottle tops and pop tabs off their drinks. “I guess I’m kind of like a magpie. I’m always on the lookout for treasure, things that I can pick up and add to

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White men worst drug users at KU, say dealers | River Online

Anonymous drug dealers who study at Kingston have told The River that their products are most likely to be bought by white middle-class males. The students, who find time between lectures to sell their illegal substances, also highlighted that their sales are high with an increasing demand for ketamine and crack. One of the students, who is in their last year of studies, said: “The number of people who will take drugs in Kingston is actually pretty high. If it wasn’t, I wouldn’t be wasting my

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