In light of striking political messages in the Grammy Award ceremony, should music be spared from overwhelming political opinions?
There have always been parallels between politics and Star Wars, but recently the resemblance has been especially clear, writes David Moseley
In the last of this four-part series, Michael Petch looks at how unattainable beauty standards harm LGBT people
The present-day minimalist movement is making strides in the right direction, but has a number of limitations, writes Tristan Parsons
America is too late to stop the normalisation of President Trump’s views and actions on immigration. With bipartisan efforts, it happened long ago
With many drug-related deaths per year, greater efforts should be made in drug use education
T. S. Eliot examines proof-reading companies: are they killing the skill of writing a good essay?
The combination of constant encounter with (often shallow) political views on social media platforms and recurring political shocks is shaping the politics of the younger generation
In an ironic turn of tact, the US is now mimicking its great rival, China, by using an aggressive foreign policy to shore up patriotic support at home
Homelessness is a prevalent issue in Manchester, but volunteering at shelters like Crisis can make a big difference
Colm Lock argues that Parliament should retain its various traditions, and that those who oppose it ought to leave
Part three of four in the LGBT History Month series: this time, Michael Petch takes to task the barriers that make donating blood a problematic experience for LGBT people