Print Screen Editor Jonny Chern charts football’s route into gentrification and inaccessibility – finding forgotten hooligans, neoliberalism and not-so-working-class ‘Gooners’ along the way. If god is dead, then the stands became one of the churches that populated the post-religious era. A new opium of the masses. In fact, it was Pope John Paul II that […]
Shining a New Light
Johnny Chern, Screen Editor, looks at the bright new images of the Sun.
The Best TV Shows of the 2010s
An ensemble of Screen writers take a look at the best television of the past decade.
The Best Films of the 2010s: #25-11
An ensemble of Screen writers continue to list their favourite films of the past decade.
The Best Films of the 2010s: #50-26
An ensemble of Screen writers pitch in with their favourite films of the 2010s.
Top Ten Albums of the Decade
Exeposé Music Writers discuss their top ten albums of the decade
It’s not easy being Jewish in this election
Johnny Chern, Print Screen Editor, discusses the presence of anti-Semitism in both major political parties, giving Jews no clear option who to vote for.
The Politics of Remembrance: Nationalism and the State
Jonathan Chern explores the narratives of remembrance and examines its significance on our sense of nationalism.
Review: Le Mans ’66
Johnny Chern, Print Screen Editor, reviews recent release Le Mans ’66, and the characters behind the cars
Black History Month – Tackling Racism in Football
After England’s most recent international was marred by yet more racist chanting, Print Screen Editor Jonathan Chern reflects on the cause and the complacent combat of football, sport and society’s entrenched issue.