Laura Burn considers the relationship between politics and science, and how this relationship might shape both disciplines.
Using Sport as a Method of Political Activism Jack Walton discusses the place sport has in today’s political landscape. Do you remember the good old days? Front Page of The Sun, The Mail and The Sunday Sport; Freddie Flintoff boozing, WAG’s a-wagging, Wayne Rooney being the thick thug it was decided he was. British sport […]
“against the hopes of Brexiteers, the UK will inevitably continue to be defined by its relationship with the EU for many years to come”
The Attempted Coup of Capitol Hill: a mark on American history. Lauren Haughey comments on the recent attempted coup of Capitol Hill as a reminder of racial disparities and weak democracy. “We’re going to walk down to the Capitol and we’re going to cheer on our brave Senators, and Congressmen and women, and we’re probably […]
Brexiteer MPs are guilty of misleading the public once again after falsely accrediting the abolition of the tampon tax to the UK’s departure from the EU. Niamh Walsh discusses the frustration around such political manipulation.
Eleanor Butler discusses Jacinda Arden’s re-election for a second term as prime minister of New Zealand and how the global political sphere can learn from her as a leader.
Thomas Sloman discusses Trump’s recent conflict with the US postal service and claims about the fraudulence of mail-in-voting for the upcoming US election.
Lebanon: the Revolution Continues Clara Akiki explores protests past and present: in the wake of catastrophe, the Lebanese continue to demand change The Lebanese Revolution first sparked in October 2019. Today, in the aftermath of a devastating explosion that destroyed Beirut last Tuesday, the Lebanese persist in their fight against the ruling elite and corruption […]
Print Music Editor Oliver Leader de Saxe breaks down the origins of the most powerful men in the world
Hannah Rae writes about the late member of Congress and long time civil rights advocate John Lewis.