Elinor Jones gives a run down on the pros and cons of pushing a dieting culture on children and worries about what it could mean for the future.
Elinor Jones discusses the effects that festivals have on the environment Since first stepping foot in a festival field aged 11, I’ve been hooked on the combination of live music; camping; being in the great outdoors and attending festivals of all shapes and sizes, from Exeter to Spain. Growing up in a rural area, I […]
Elinor Jones reviews Metronomy’s latest single.
Oxfam, once famed for its commitment to safeguarding the most vulnerable populations, has been hit by a damning report following allegations of sexual misconduct by its aid workers following Haiti’s devastating earthquake in 2010. In the report by the Charity Commission, Oxfam was found to have failed to disclose child abuse allegations, including evidence of […]
Elinor Jones, Print Science Editor, scrutinises the ‘perfect’ summer body by exploring the bikini’s past and present.
Experiencing periods can be highly compromising to health and well-being, a recent review of the literature has found. The University of Exeter Medical School and Johns Hopkins University collated experiences from over 6,000 women and girls from low- and middle-income countries, identifying that stigma and period poverty hamper areas of life as diverse as education, […]