Harry Richards takes a look at the challenge sports coverage faces to stay relevant in the digital age.
Ben Davis and Michael Galley look at Black sporting heroes of the past and present to mark Black History Month for Exepose Sport Ben Davis: Heroes of the Past At times of racial discrimination, Jack Johnson and Bill Russell’s careers proved that your skin colour should not be a barrier to success, inspiring many on […]
Confronting the killer head-on or running in fear, Piers Mucklejohn considers the joys of horror gaming
Livia Cockerwell explores the growth of TikTok and Instagram for small businesses navigating the challenges of staying afloat during a pandemic.
Maggie John reviews Netflix’s new series Emily in Paris
Black History Month 2020: A New Reflection Online Editor Ria Kalsi discusses the changing importance of Black History Month. We are nearly halfway through Black History Month 2020. This year, the importance of the month has taken on new, deserved levels of appreciation. However, the distinction of what this month means, both independently and in […]
What’s next? A Life On Our Planet Celebrated national hero David Attenborough’s ‘Witness statement’ marks a change from previous documentaries in an urgent call for change, which risks being ignored in a present filled with other problems. Over the past few weeks, the internet has gone wild over the beloved David Attenborough. First, the famous […]
Screen Editor Olivia Garrett discusses the highs and lows of this year’s Emmy Awards.
Imogen Williams shares her autumn short story about the beauty of seasonal change
Since the explosion on August 4th, Beirut has been the centre of the world stage upon which international leaders have taken it upon themselves to arrive with their own help. The Lebanese government has done nothing, if not hindering help, and even more embarassingly allowed their helpless peoples to be at the mercy of NGOs’ initiative. Antonios put forward a possible strategy for the ripped-apart country to move forward.