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The millennial psyche: workplaces, careers & the boomers’ revenge

One of my seminar leaders in the term just gone regularly confused the term ‘millennial’ with ‘millenarian.’ If it was a Freudian slip, then I resent its implications. The difference between the two words...

Are millennials just sloganeers? Or can something actually be done?

We all know the clichés about our generation, who have been christened ‘millennials’ by policy geeks. We whinge. We whine. We never shut up about how our parents and grandparents stole everything from us....

Let’s Get Satirical: How Britain became the world’s laughing stock

Listen, I know everyone is sick of hearing and talking about Brexit. I’m sick of it too. In fact I’m mad that my brain thought up a few ideas for this article and then...

Why we should be talking about Body Image

The way we perceive our bodies has become more and more complicated in the age of social media., We are surrounded by images of bodies, plastered across social media, magazines, newspapers, buses, train stations....

Article 50- An update

Article 50 was triggered by British Prime Minister Theresa May on March 29th, 2017. This formally began the process of Britain’s exit from the European Union, which is predicted to take up to two...

Why America was unjustified in bombing Syria

On the 7th of April 2017, President Donald Trump plunged America into war. In retaliation to Syria launching a chemical attack on its own people, America fired 50 Tomahawk missiles at one of their...

The French election- a further perspective

This following month, the French people will have to choose who will be in charge of their country for the next 5 years. Considering the recent global trend of populism, the French presidential election...

What is happening in France?

After the French army liberated Mali in 2013, the Malian people offered President Hollande a camel in thanks. Attempting to avoid an awkward photo-op back home, Hollande donated the animal to a Malian family....

What Trump’s presidency could mean for Israel Palestine and why it matters in Exeter

For most millennials, the Israel Palestine conflict has been constantly in the background of our lives. Since Israel’s declaration of nationhood in 1948, there have been continuous disputes, resolutions and relapses to hostility in...

Politicising Campus Space: the meaning of anti-Beijing art at Hong Kong University

If you have been to the campus of Hong Kong University (and you definitely should: the university is set into a mountain and overlooks Victoria Harbour) you will likely have walked past a big, orange pillar...

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