Our lockdown pastimes have become a habit, repetitive, boring. Life seems to have started again since April 12th, but there is still a lot of uncertainty. Eleanor observes the good things we have the ability to do now, and discusses some other possibilities the future may hold, like going on holiday.
Johnny Chern, Screen Editor, looks at the bright new images of the Sun.
Emily Reader writes about the sunny nostalgia of Eliza Doolittle’s self-titled album.
James O’Sullivan writes about his favourite album for sunny days.
For some on August 21st night came early! It then promptly left again; with confused flocks of birds and awed onlookers in its wake. A total solar eclipse, visible last year over the central states of the USA, is one of the most staggering public astronomical sights and comes about from a wonderful quirk of […]
For an ‘Exetah’ student, summer is the main event of the year. With impulsive trips to Bali, copious amounts of fake tan to even out those bikini lines, and thousands of veggie gluten-free burgers on the barbecue in every Surrey back garden. However, for those without trust funds summer is more a test of endurance […]
At 1pm GMT on 10th May 2016, we got our first real peek at the upcoming Pokémon games Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon for the Nintendo 3DS, and we certainly got a lot of exciting information; possibly more than most people were expecting. So, let’s have a look at a breakdown of what we have […]