Matt Titcombe reviews the four new Arca albums, Kick ii – iiiii.
Pollyanna Roberts discusses the dual-pronged danger of nostalgia and subversion of gender tropes in Edgar Wright’s latest film.
Stanley Murphy-Jones discusses the recent Cop26 climate summit and what we can expect the nations of the world to do in the coming years.
Fashion is unlike any other art form; its omnipresence in popular culture seems to foster controversy. Can designers approach social taboos without causing offence? Siobhan Bahl explores the recent debate surrounding the Givenchy noose necklace and discusses how brands should tackle sensitive topics.
Ana Anajuba discusses the recent success of the transplantation of a pig kidney into a human patient, why this process has failed in the past and what the benefits of animal-human organ transplants are.
University students boycott nightclubs after surge in spiking incidents Last week university students around the country boycott nightclubs following a rise in reports of spiking incidents happening inside them. The ‘Girls Night In’ campaign was set up through Instagram with the mission of encouraging nighclubs to increase their security measures. The campaign is a response […]
Milly Earnshaw-White discusses the challenges of returning to normal life – and university – after spending so long adjusting to living in lockdown.
Print Sports Editor Henry Hood explores the worrying online world of involuntary celibates
Georgia Balmer investigates the introduction of prescription-free contraceptive pills and the potential dangers this could hold.
Have you ever wandered into a bookshop and stumbled upon a “booktok” section? Reading, thanks to social media, is now trendier than ever. Certain novels and authors, however, seem particularly popular. Our social media executive Emily Im takes a deep dive into current literary trends and what is fuelling them.