Mary Wollstonecraft is known as one of the earliest feminist thinkers and writers to become famous and influential throughout Europe. This reputation comes from the publication of[...]
Have you got a favourite painting? Mine is 'A Portrait of the Countess Golovine' painted by Elisabeth Vigee-Lebrun, sometime around 1797. It is, unsurprisingly, a portrait of Count[...]
Instagram, flickr, tumblr, facebook, twitter. You can’t help but feel bombarded with different photo uploading websites.
We’re being showered with photos: fancy food deli[...]
Young people find it tricky to get noticed as an artist - the art world can be intimidating. This group of young artists celebrate and exhibit their art in the Teen Art Gallery, ru[...]
'Do you speak English?'
For British and American girls who travel to a different country, that question is often the first sentence we learn.
'Sprechen Sie Englis[...]
When something’s on your mind, it can help to talk about it and share it with someone else. But what if you don’t want to talk to your friends or family, or you can’t?
Earlier this week, we gave you some suggestions on how to create your own video games, and today we are going to highlight some fun apps that you might not have discovered yet.
Recently our editor Lynn visited Dare To Be Digital, a games fair in Dundee to find out a bit about gaming, and how girls can get involved. This week we will feature tips from succ[...]
As part of the further development of Jump! Mag, we are hiring two New Media Interns to help with the day to day running of the site, and with our Social Media presence.
This little flower gets a raw deal, often regarded as a weed to be dug up, but it is actually quite pretty, with its bright yellow colour and distinctive leaves. Even the etymology[...]
The last time Dr Matthew Piccaver wrote for Jump! Mag, it was on the topic of poo, and today he's going to tell you a bit about the part of your body that you might just have wrink[...]
Alex explained recently what etymology means, and fitting to this week's theme of Jump! Into Biology, we are are asking 'where did the word butterfly come from?'.
Who hasn’t se[...]
A recent visitor to our south London garden.
The strangest creatures are, to me,
The ones I love the best.
The creepy, crawly and the odd
Are cooler [...]
When we think of a country, we often think of a stereotype - an oversimplified image or idea. These are some country stereotypes - can you guess which countries we are meaning here[...]
Did you know you can Jump! around the world without even leaving your home country? All around you are little pockets of different cultures you can visit for the day. Sally-Anne in[...]
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