Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe and Anoosheh Ashoori were released five months ago after a gruelling imprisonment in Evin prison, Tehran at a break in the political deadlock between Iran and Britain.
Breakdowns & Bicycles: Why I Chose to Do a Year Abroad Dealing with the difficulties posed by a year abroad can sometime be a hard task to surmount. Ellie Klein cover her main reasons for studying abroad and how keeping those in mind can help. One cold Wednesday night back in October, I couldn’t find […]
Deputy Editor, Anne Chafer, talks to Giselle Garcia about the international experience in academia.
Sam Bowerman is spellbound by Alejandro Landes’ visually powerful war film.
After England’s most recent international was marred by yet more racist chanting, Print Screen Editor Jonathan Chern reflects on the cause and the complacent combat of football, sport and society’s entrenched issue.
The cleansing wave of ‘Pasokification’ (the process whereby traditional European social democratic and conservative/Christian democratic parties lose their support base) crashed in France in the 2017 election, leaving three populists on the shore with their heads above the water. Macron, the election winner and self-declared ‘Jupiterian’ sun-king, was a populist only in loose terms. He […]
The #metoo campaign’s effect on the Norwegian politics has shown no mercy. Several politicians are being replaced after serious cases regarding sexual harassment. Here is a brief of the most severe cases. 1. The Political Deputy Leader and the Young Women… The #metoo campaign had been around for quite some time before it started presenting […]
Amidst a world climate wracked with political uncertainties, exacerbated by the ever-present Donald Trump and his adversary Kim Jon-un, a twenty-five-year dispute over something as trivial as a name should be low on the to-do list of the current Greek government and yet it remains at the top of Parliament’s agenda. In the same week […]
Some may call it a city within a city, where drugs and other sellable items are passed through tiny bars from the outside world, where there are businesses, children and a unique democratic system. Passing this prison, it seems secure, normal even, like any other prison in any other country. La Paz’s Plaza de San Pedro […]
Imagine for a second, a world where you never hear the metal ding of a dropped coin, never need to pull out your wallet for cash, or in fact never see a bank again on the high street. What if I told you that your student loan could come from simply running a program on […]