Joshua Hull examines the continuing appeal of the automobile film.
Olivia Garrett goes back in history to 1605 in order to analyse the events leading up to Guy Fawkes Night and discusses it’s relevance in our society today.
Amy Butterworth reminisces upon My Chemical Romance following their return “If life ain’t just a joke / then why am I dead?” Life may still be a joke, but our four beloved New Jersey-born ‘emo’ superstars are dead no more; that’s right, My Chemical Romance have risen from the ashes. It’s time to smudge on […]
Freya Insoll examines the high’s and low’s of fashion as we approach the end of the decade
Online Editor Ellie Cook writes about the spiralling chaos and widespread political protests spreading through Chile.
Deputy Editor, Anne Chafer, talks to Giselle Garcia about the international experience in academia.
Issy Marcantonio discusses iconic witchy music-artists
Deputy Editor Neha Shaji discusses The Nine Muses, screened as part of Exeter University’s Black History Month series.
Foreign Correspondent in Australia, Shivani Bhatt, explains how Climate Change is manifesting itself in Australia, from bush-fires to pollution.
Emma Hussain writes about recent events involving complaints made against BBC’s Naga Munchetty and how this reflects the problems of impartiality faced by presenters.