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Daily Archives: 8th March 2017

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Review: Logan

The final installment of the Wolverine trilogy brings Hugh Jackman’s iconic role to a successful end

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Review: The Fits

First-time feature director Anne Rose Holmer’s composes an uncanny coming of age film which will leave you mulling over what you have seen for days to come

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Men must listen to feminists

In the wake of the recent Reclaim the Night protest, David Moseley illustrates a role for men in feminist movements

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Review: Trof NQ

Miriam continues her vegetarian journey at Trof

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Interview: Cahal Moran, Post-Crash Economics Society

We speak to one of the founders of the Post-Crash Economics Society, which aims to change economics education to better reflect the world we live in

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The Rise of Damien Chazelle

The Oscars are over and it’s time to reflect on Chazelle’s journey to the top

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The 1973 suffragettes of women’s football and the future of the sport

The National Football Museum held the ‘Suffragettes in Football’ event on the 7th of March, where female football pioneers talked about their experience with football

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Your festival guidelines

Some quick tips to help improve your festival experience, and to help you to make the most of it

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Case study: The ostrich feather jacket

Deputy Fashion and Beauty Editor Talia Lee-Skudder reveals why the ostrich feather jacket should be the reason that you take out another loan

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A sympathetic view of Milo Yiannopoulos

The left must be more understanding towards the individuals that are attracted to the views of speakers like Yiannopoulos, argues Sam Glover

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Poet of the Week: Toreh O’Garro

Toreh O’Garro is poet of the week beginning the 6th of March 2017

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Album: Peter Silberman — Impermanence

On his first solo venture, the Antlers frontman strips his distinguished sound down to gorgeous melodies and stark guitar