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Abortion laws in Nicaragua and El Salvador: Women as lesser humans.

Nicaragua and El Salvador are 2 out of the 8 countries in the world with a complete abortion ban. It is a crime even...

The Ghosts of Christmas Present: The Darkness behind Dutch and Belgian...

Christmas is recognised across the globe as being the holiday of giving and of love. It is a time where people put aside their...

‘Yo También’ and the feminist revolution – Insights into LatinX’s Machismo...

“The first time I was touched without consent was at the age of 13,” remembers feminist activist, Amarna Miller. “I remember because I was...

Sorry, can we just talk about French pop?

I’m a little behind on this game, granted (and I don’t know why I took quite so long to write this article) - but why...

In with the new (but not out with the old): the...

The Victoria & Albert Museum has always been one of my favourites due to its hybridity of old and new – from historical artefacts...

If it’s a Scottish play, why is it in German? ...

I ought to preface this review with the statement “I do not speak any German”. Although one of my personal goals for my year abroad...

Listen Close: Migos – Bad and Boujee

“My bitch is bad and boujee, Cookin' up dope with an Uzi”   Trap trio Migos are primarily known for dominating the charts with their “turnt”...

International cuisine made easy for students

U niversity can be eye-opening in many ways, and one of the biggest concerns when moving out is very close to our hearts, and stomachs...

48 Hours in Naples

Getting There EasyJet, the cheapest option, flies from Stansted where flights can cost as little as £30pp. Book at least a month in advance, as...

48 Hours in Florence

Florence, Italy: renowned for its creativity, momentous impact on the arts, huge variety of ice-cream and of course, as my friends wistfully noted, ‘Italian...