Ben Farren criticises Israel as a people, a state, and a force whilst Deepanshi retorts self-defence is an immutable right in the face of terrorism
Consumerism is making us all crazy; Joe Evans has been unstrapped to tell us all why
It’s not too late to save our bacon, argues Alexander Newton
Google is on track for world domination and nobody, not even Joe Evans, is going to stop them
Lauren Wills: Facebook is an egotistical façade perfect for extremism, and it’s going to get worse.
David Brierley and Samuel Gilmore respond to the pressing question about the imposing effects of social media; is it, or is it not beneficial?
Marina Iskander discusses the unobtainably high standards that we set ourselves on social media.
David Brierley has written us a short piece on whether or not the LGBT community can coexist with religion without issue.
Bruce Tang argues that we can never permit the suffering of others, even if it is politically unpopular.
Joe Evans argues that the price of intervention in Syria and Iraq is too high and how intervention in fundamental Islam will further undermine the fractured link between us and our politicians.
Ben Farren and Samuel Gilmore argue each side of the coin in answer to the question: Is religion detrimental to society?
Comment Editors Marcus Johns and Morris Seifert argue either side of the debate over Scottish Independence