Musings from the Reddit AMA: Don’t lose sight of the bigger picture

On 3 January, I sat down in front of my laptop to engage in Reddit conversations for the first time in my life. Our International Officer Logan had arranged an Ask Me Anything (AMA) session for me on the r/europe channel. r/Europe is the default channel that the website asks Europeans to join as they create their account, which has helped it to grow into a community of more than 1.5 million users.

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New Year’s Revolution

2018 will be a big year in British history. 2016 was a year when our movement suffered a defeat, but we only lost a battle, not the war. In 2018, we are in it to win it.

 

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The EU pays off for Scotland

For over 40 years, Scotland and the European Union have actively supported each other politically, economically, socially and culturally. When we think of what binds this nation with the European project, we naturally think of the thousands of students who make a bold move from their home country to embark upon an adventure in Scotland.

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Captain Europe comes to Cardiff

Captain Europe comes to Cardiff! This weekend, YEM UK has hosted a small event dedicated to Captain Europe. The aim? To create a comic book with our friends in Les Jeunes Européens and JEF Spain in English, French, and Spanish telling the story and following the exploits of Europe’s own superhero!

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