A group of native Parisians is helping visitors to discover another side to the capital; and it's free. A world away from tourist buses and sightseeing river boats, we catch a glimpse of the bars and gardens of a hidden Montmartre
Not to be confused with English female musician La Roux, Mr Roux's gritty lyrics reveal how he favours the social outcasts in life, although he claims that he doesn't want to look like a grump. The French frontman, aka Erwan Roux, on voting, youth and your annoying parents
Virtual constitutions and nations, a 3D world, democracy and censorship: these are the keywords of a virtual reality project in the style of Second Life financed by the European Union for a total of three million euros. Welcome to Virtual Life
In France, around 4000 Erasmus bursaries found no takers in 2008. But why say no to an experience abroad? Efficiency, money, elitism…here an assortment of experiences shed some light on the situation surrounding the student exchange programme in Europe
In airports around the world, regular travellers and families in transit sleep on uncomfortable benches as they wait for take-off. Since the arrival of budget airlines and their irregular timetables a website has specialised in giving advice to these squatters
Fighting in the Gaza Strip may be over, but sit-in demonstrations organised via email and Facebook continue in 21 UK universities. Amongst other things, students demand bursaries for Palestinian students. This is a campaign which 'has only just begun'
While the annual international short film festival short in the Auvergne allows a public of loyal fans to see the genres latest gems, the industry struggles to generate sufficient income or to create a proper distribution network