Jamie Speka talks to Berty Dudley of the Period Poverty Society and discusses Exeter University’s stagnant initiative to provide students with free period products.
Annabel Jeffrey investigates Devon Police’s divisive ‘week of action’ and whether the University of are doing enough to protect their students
Maggie John, Features Editor, investigates Barbie’s history of championing women’s rights and their move to finally become more inclusive.
Siobhan Bahl discusses the implications that Taliban rule has for Afghani women
Eirwen Abberley Watton reviews the new Netflix series, Bridgerton, discussing the show’s strong-willed female characters, as well as problematic elements that the fanbase may have overlooked.
Cutting Edge Technology Erica Mannis looks at the 2020 Nobel prize winning discovery on gene editing using the CRISPR-Cas9 system and discusses potential ethical aspects of the discovery CRISPR-Cas9 genetic technology has been at the forefront of scientific news in recent years for its breakthrough in genetic research. However, with its vast applications come worrying […]
Two women have been appointed to key positions at Pan African University Two women have been elected to take over key roles at the Pan African University (PAU), now leading half of the four operational research institutes. The first woman, Professor Elizabeth Sarange Bosire Abenga, has been elected as director of the Pan African University […]
Lack of women in Covid-reporting Lucy Aylmer writes about the lack of women in the media’s coverage of Covid-19. A special report on women’s underrepresentation in news media has discovered that women’s expertise in the news has been significantly reduced in comparisons to men’s presence in the news. Between 2005-2015 only one in five experts in the news were […]
Jess Calcutt discusses the lack of spending on women’s art and how it may, or may not, change in the future.
Amelia Gregory discusses The Carol Shields Prize for Fiction, America’s first literary award for women and non-binary writers.