Lucy Evans explores one school’s decision to ban slang in academic work and the implications this has for working-class communities.
The saying goes that art imitates life. When visiting Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience, however, the roles are reversed. Lidia Cockerell discusses the VR exhibition and how digitalisation can shed new light on our understanding of art.
Online Sport Editor Harry Scott-Munro looks back at the iconic moments from the ATP World Tour Finals time in London.
Joe Newell reports on the government’s controversial announcement the HS2 rail link will go ahead. Since its inception in 2009, the proposed rail network High-Speed 2, or HS2, has remained divisive. The new railway aims to improve links between the north and south of England with a two-phase connection from London to Birmingham, and from […]
Louis Allsop retrospectively ruminates on his personal Pride Month experience
Emily Reader writes about the sunny nostalgia of Eliza Doolittle’s self-titled album.
Online music editor Stephen Ong reviews Vampire Weekend’s comeback show
Just a couple of hours before the start of their UK tour supporting dodie on 13 March, I sat down to have a quick chat with KAWALA, an up-and-coming indie-pop band. Led by Jim Higson and Dan McCarthy, a duo that hails from North London, KAWALA’s newest releases are upbeat, summery, and will undoubtedly put […]
“Stop all the pain. How do you stop all the pain?” Dave’s opens his debut album with an inquisition into his own mental health – and the next 51 minutes are spent encouraging the same self-evaluation from his listeners. Appending certain tracks with snippets of a therapy session, Dave leaves facetious hip-hop skits behind in […]
Ahead of the release of Tom Walker’s debut album “What a Time to Be Alive” on the 1st of March, I had the chance to ask him a few questions which brought interesting answers and an insight on the life of an artist with growing success and fame. So this interview is for the university […]