Oliver Leader de Saxe explores the concept of rainbow capitalism and whether corporations support is more than superficial.
Sally Denning explores the significance of politics in hip hop songs.
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 […]
Catherine Lloyd, Copy Editor, condemns the recent trend of reducing women’s corporate and business successes to the term “girlboss” The term “Girlboss” is the verbal equivalent of a pat on the head or worse, a participation medal. And women are cladding themselves in t-shirts, carrying tote bags and drinking from water-bottles emblazoned with the phrase […]
Lauren Haughey analyses our consumerist mindsets over the holiday period
Louis Allsop retrospectively ruminates on his personal Pride Month experience
Kamila Bell exposes the issues surrounding the commercialisation of Pride month.
The Booker Prize Foundation has lost a £1.6 million sponsorship deal with London-based hedge fund managers, The Man Group. Despite the Foundation’s grace under pressure, this is a huge deal in the literary world. In a statement, Thomas Keneally, winner of the prize in 1982, called the chaos a ‘climactic change in over the book […]
I just finished a Creative Writing course here in Exeter, which was lovely. It doesn’t make me art, or an artist, but it did make me create things and pore over them religiously. The last week of the course was entirely dedicated to the art of editing and raising awareness of the weirdness and clumsiness […]
I am the first to admit that I have expensive taste. This position is rarely in congruence with my bank account – like most students, I am more Primark than Prada – but it doesn’t stop me from appreciating the finer things in life, even if at a distance. We are generally drawn to expensive […]