Racists Running Amok – But Football Will Fight Back Rhys Wallis discusses the recent scrutiny on racist abuse in football, and what needs to change. Racism and abuse is, unfortunately, nothing new in football, but this summer saw it well and truly rear its ugly head once more. After a year and a bit with […]
Have you ever wandered into a bookshop and stumbled upon a “booktok” section? Reading, thanks to social media, is now trendier than ever. Certain novels and authors, however, seem particularly popular. Our social media executive Emily Im takes a deep dive into current literary trends and what is fuelling them.
Olivia Richards discusses the impact of Love Island on contestants’ mental health, and the wider issues of internet abuse and trolling that this exposes.
Maggie John discusses the comeback of Crocs as a fashionable, or rather unfashionable, shoe choice
Censorship vs Freedom of Speech Lucy Aylmer discusses the compromise between censorship and freedom of speech in light of recent world events. When Donald Trump was temporarily banned from Twitter for 12 hours amid the storming of the congress, Twitter stated the ban was on account of three offending tweets which were proclaimed to be […]
Arts & Lit Editor Lucy Aylmer examines the position of political cartoonists in today’s political and social climate.
Is democracy being jeopardised by the people that should theoretically be facilitating freedom fo speech? This writer optimistically views Trump’s outbursts as a good thing, formulating that it is better to know all of the information than be censured. But on election day, twitter did what many other social media brands are known for doing in modern times: picking and choosing what to put to their audiences.
Print Screen Editor Francesca Sylph discusses how the actor’s exploitation of fame has ultimately harmed sex workers during an already challenging time.
Elise Hamersley highlights the problems of stereotyping that those in women’s rugby still come up against.
Bridie Adams speaks about the potential dangers of social media activism and offers advice on how to avoid being labelled a superficial ally