Online Editor Harry Caton delves into the complicated relationship between moral choices in video games and their interactive mechanics.
Anna Romanovska responds to a New Statesman article that claimed University was a con, arguing it skirts around the really issue, inequality of outcomes between ethnicities in education.
Despite not having the consistency of Tom Cruise’s Mission Impossible series or the anarchic freedom of the Kingsman movies, James Bond remains king of the spies as far as box office and public adoration is concerned. It’s the film equivalent of Doctor Who: a series that survives through adaptation and regeneration. Yet whilst current talk […]
Ultimately, diversity is an essential element in all walks of life. In government, CEOs of corporations, lawyers, in music, and even in comedy. Everyone deserves to be able to have someone to relate to, and generally have representation. However, what is possibly more important is how this is carried out. A lot of the time […]
Since the release of The Jungle Book in 2016, there seems to have been non-stop Walt Disney Studios live-action and CGI remakes, whether that’s with minimal-but-present story modernisation like 2017’s Beauty And The Beast or (going back a few years) a complete rethinking with Tim Burton’s Alice In Wonderland in 2010. This company-wide move has certainly divided […]
Where are you from? It’s one of those very standard, straightforward questions, like “What’s your name?” or “How old are you?” A question most people don’t really think twice about before they answer. Well. Most people, maybe. Not me. It’s a question that has always made me second-guess myself. I was born in Veliko Tarnovo, […]
For most Exeter students that began their wild week of being a Fresher on September the 12th, being nervous was quite a popular emotion. Being thrown into a flat full of people you have never met before whilst being expected to chug a dirty pint and do 3 shots of vodka every single night can […]
I‘m under siege by food porn. Much as I’m loathe to use those words, there’s no other way to describe the videos of oozing cheese and dripping nutella invading my Facebook newsfeed. I love a hunk of garlic bread as much as the next student but this, my friends, is a dollop too much of […]
The new Assassin’s Creed game-to-movie adaptation trailer has released, and it looks incredibly promising. In a time where video-game movies are, to put it bluntly, a disgraced and ridiculous genre, we must look to three upcoming releases as the possible saviours of the entire form; Assassin’s Creed (2016), World of Warcraft (2016), and – starring […]
“My life began the day I got my library card.” That is probably a sad hyperbole, but I do love public libraries. There is something inherently comforting about being cuddled by the warm embrace of one, and the pre- holiday library haul still eclipses all excitement for the “Boots-run” to purchase delightfully miniature versions of grooming […]