Esmé Tilling contextualises the pandemic in line with the natural world, and offers guidance to how we can avoid a crisis on the same level again.
Paul McCartney was once quoted as saying, ‘if slaughterhouses had glass walls, everyone would be a vegetarian.’ The French have moved one step closer to the idea with their parliament backing a draft bill to install CCTV cameras in all of the country’s 1000 abattoirs. The bill must be passed by the French Senate in February […]
We’re all undoubtedly eager to meet someone we look up to, whether it’s out favourite journalist, actor, or author. In a nutshell, we all look up to public figures at some point in our life for inspiration or through mere gratitude. One of my most admired public speakers is Melanie Joy- a vegan advocate that […]
It’s not every day that you get to interview a major public intellectual, but a certain warm June afternoon in Bristol proved itself to be an exception to that rule. Professor Peter Singer is a man who does not hide the fact that he has an enviably large brain, but his cheerful demeanour grants him an […]
Tristan Gatward, Online Music Editor, discusses the need for rights for Chimps. They have feelings and thoughts, so why not rights too? This was based on the work of lawyer, Steve Wise, who worked tirelessly for years to change the status of Chimps from ‘things’ to ‘persons’. You can watch this inspirational TedTalk here. THE […]