Here Youth Time Magazine publishes three of the most interesting and informative youth related news items of the past week. Our weekly news roundup is published every Monday and Friday and contains just some of the most important developments in the world of global youth. Follow, like and submit comments on Facebook and other Youth Time media.

 

We’ve highlighted below some of the most recent developments and occurrences in youth-related news and events. In this week's Friday news we speak about British universities paying for their Irish students to go home and cast their vote in the abortion referendum, student visa extension in the UAE and universities that are quietly collaborating with Facebook.

Think about it, using emojis or emoticons in everyday written conversation has become a habit of ours, hasn’t it? If you just check your phone you will find that most if not all of your messages are full of emojis! Some messages even consist entirely of emojis! Emoticons are becoming so influential in everyday conversation that they have become a serious topic among linguists. It seems as if we’re traveling back in history, or maybe making a full circle from pictograms to hieroglyphs to phonemic lettering and now slowly but surely back to pictograms.

In the past few weeks, wildlife enthusiast Leigh Woods has introduced you to some of the planet’s most weird and wonderful creatures and provided tips on where to spot them in their natural habitat.

Here Youth Time Magazine publishes three of the most interesting and informative youth related news items of the past week. Our weekly news roundup is published every Monday and Friday and contains just some of the most important developments in the world of global youth. Follow, like and submit comments on Facebook and other Youth Time media.

 

We’ve highlighted below some of the most recent developments and occurrences in youth-related news and events. In this week's Friday news we speak about India being the world's leading nation in terms of science and tech graduates, potential decrease in the number of international students in the Netherlands and Malaysian university staff's call for more autonomy from politicians.

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