Arts

Can listening to music really help us concentrate?

Is music good for studying? And if so, what type? By Clarissa Philpott

E-Books vs. Print – The Environmental Effects of Reading

Should we be switching to digital literature?

10 Films to look forward to in 2021

Mario Puzo’s The Godfather, Coda: The Death of Michael Corleone (Limited Release: December 2020) dir. Francis Ford Coppola The Beatles: Get Back (April 2021) dir. Peter Jackson Last Night in Soho (April 2021) dir. Edgar Wright The Matrix 4 (December 2021) dir. Lana Wachowski No Time to Die (April 2021) dir. Cary Joji Fukunaga Dune […]

Sustainability in the Film Industry

It’s time to lift the curtain on carbon emissions and for the big screen to go green.

Mental Health in Pop Music

Clarissa looks at the topic of mental health in pop music, focusing on Lady Gaga, Demi Lovato, and Logic.

Artist of the Month: Chakkri Kaewkhamsorn

An introduction to photographer Chakktri Kaewkhamsorn.

Book Review: ‘Man’s Search for Meaning’ by Viktor E. Frankl

Thom reviews Man’s Search for Meaning and discusses how it has helped him.

Confessional Writing and the Destigmatisation of Mental Health

Jack looks at how confessional poetry has helped to destigmatise mental health.

As lockdown returns with a second season no-one asked for, here’s how film can help with your mental wellbeing over this lonesome winter.

Harry discusses some films that positively represent mental health, and gives his own suggestions.

Future Islands – As Long as You Are (Album Review)

Niamh writes an album review of Future Islands’ release ‘As Long As You Are’.

Newer Posts

Older Posts