Online Lifestyle Editor, Emily Pirie, takes a look at how J.D. Slainger’s ‘The Catcher in The Rye’ has affected our society on his 100th anniversary.
Emily Pirie reviews one of the many Two Door Cinema Club singles that arrived in anticipation of their latest album.
It’s been four years since Natalie Mering, the soulful voice behind Weyes Blood released more music into the world. With the dawn of April, this soon changed, for which the avid fans and new fans alike are eternally grateful. Titanic Rising is a surreal concoction of magical realism, sultry tones, and psychedelic folk that lulls […]
On the evening of the 22nd of March, Exeter was transported to Stockport, glimpsing into a world of Northern dialects, teenage anxieties and gritty drama. With a passionate and compelling cast from EUTC leading the show, the audience watched Billy and Rachel grow up in a town, a town that fills them simultaneously with joy […]
The university mortality crisis: “the problem is still deeply prevalent…” CN: discussion of suicide and mental illness UNIVERSITIES are in a mortality crisis. Only last year, the Office of National Statistics recorded 95 university suicides: the first time university suicide rates have been revealed publicly. In an age where mental health is being discussed more […]
The lyrical genius that is Frank Ocean has never been one to shy away from confronting world issues. In his debut studio album, Channel Orange from 2012, which features an amalgamation of soul, hip hop and R&B, Ocean provides the listeners with the painful processes that are attached to drug taking; what it is like to […]
The fans of Isaac Gracie may feel close to him whilst they listen to his gentle tones in the library. However, it is at his live performances where one can truly acknowledge his soulful yet simultaneously rocky voice, along with his gentle sense of humour and rhythmic harmonies. The 24-year-old Isaac Gracie catapulted into the […]
Watching Emily Souter Johnson perform is like observing a ball of energy as it fluctuates between maximum vitality and catapults to a drop. She has an exquisite ability to be simultaneously bubbly and exuberant, even when she is openly displaying her emotions to the audience. By revealing her vulnerable side and enlightening us on her […]
“Heaven is like Heathrow airport, there’s bound to be a VIP lounge.” Alan Bennett is back with his new play, ‘Allelujah!’, playing at the Bridge Theatre. It has been six years since he released his last autobiographical play, ‘Cocktail Sticks’. However, it has been worth the wait, for ‘Allelujah!’ will be sure to delight his […]
“The reason we came here- to university- wasn’t to avoid the rest of the world; it was to explore it.” In Non Pratt’s witty and heartfelt fourth novel, ‘Giant Days’, the reader adopts the position of the explorer as three students catapulted into Sheffield University come to terms with their surroundings and blooming friendships. Based […]