Guest contributor Dalal emphasises that the extremists responsible for the attacks on the Charlie Hebdo offices are not representative of Islam as a whole, and in fact harm the Muslim community just as badly, if not worse
Thomas McEvilly and Lauren Wills debate the issue of press regulation, weighing up the need for freedom of expression, a transparent media, and ethical journalism
If you are currently going through the stage of Christmas losing its sparkle, then have no fear; for Harry Newton is here to remind you of the Christmas wonders only adults can enjoy!
The unstoppable force of Christmas is here to stay, so listen to Joe Evans, grab a bottle of your finest festive booze and enjoy every second of it. There’s no reason not to!
“Santa is real, I tell you!” Says Opinion Editor Morris Seifert
In their efforts to record and control its students, the University of Manchester and the local community are neglecting the real dangers
Isaac Atwal and Lauren Wills debate the pros and cons of state surveillance and answer the question whether or not we can allow it to continue
Dystopian futures are our today, and technology is watching, always watching
Travelling the world in aid of volunteering whilst overlooking the needs of those close to us is a result of first-world boredom and the necessity of moral reassurance
The only product of UCU strikes is mutually assured destruction. In this sum game, it’s the students who are hurting, argues David Brierley
Apolitical, nonplussed, and too concerned with going to the Warehouse Project, Will Brown shows us why students need to get their act together—or face the consequences of apathy
In light of the recent university marking boycott, and its subsequent postponing, Lauren Wills explains why we have to put up with the necessary evil of strikes