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Kia Mooney is a Communication and Media student currently based in Bournemouth. As a writer, Kia’s main interests lie with feature writing and blog posts. However during her time at university, she has also developed a passion for writing about people and places.

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Art Sushi Takeover at Mai Tai, Ashley Cross

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