Holly Feeny questions why we glorify misogynistic rich white men as feminist allies.
Michele Theil discusses the new prison-themed Shoreditch bar, ‘Alcotraz’, and why this detracts from serious failures in the prison system.
Beth Gooding discusses the generational imbalance in voting.
Mental Health Chair, Emma Halahan, discusses Panorama episode, A Prescription for Murder, and why it is sending shockwaves through the mental health community.
Natasha describes how podcasting is providing a more diverse alternative to broadcast
Sub-Editor Michele Theil critiques Netflix’ portrayal of eating disorders in their new film To The Bone and explains the issue with it.
Jack O’Neill talks about PMQs and the issues with democracy.
Emma Halahan asks what it means to be a student activist in the 21st Century and whether the student voice still counts.
Izzy Swanson discusses why this activity is back on the political agenda. With the current political climate, I doubt that you were thinking about fox hunting a couple of weeks ago when you were deciding who to vote for in the general election. But now that Theresa May has revealed that she is continuing the […]
Danny Angove explores how Facebook could become a profitable blogging platform in the near future. Here’s a controversial opinion: in ten years’ time, most self-hosted blogs won’t exist. The evolution of social media sites into content-hosting platforms will, for the most part, render self-hosting unnecessary. Instead, bloggers will publish their content directly to – and […]