Rhian Hutchings reminisces on family photographs, and the sentimental value they have for us in lockdown.
Floris de Bruin explores sad music and why we listen to it.
Aakz Karri relates the joys of unearthing childhood memories On the 16th of March, the first measures which led to lockdown had been announced and as a consequence I returned home to The Hague in the Netherlands. It has been an interesting experience, especially since it has slowed and allowed for unlimited time with family […]
Rhian Hutchings shares the music that reminds her of life outside lockdown.
Another year older, another year (supposedly) wiser. My ﬁrst year of university is coming to an end and it has been everything I wanted it to be. It’s not been what I expected, but it has been fantastic. Coming from A levels, I didn’t know how I was going to cope with the step up. […]
Do our memories define who we are? Does memory contain all our experiences, and if not, why do some memories get encoded and others don’t? Once forming a memory, can we erase it? These are all questions we must ask when examining our brain attempts to encode all the bits and pieces from our daily […]