Brexit is plagued with uncertainty, and the faster we’re moving towards it, the less we know about the UK’s position as a science powerhouse
Cachella Smith indicates the positive aspects to the city of Kingston-upon-Hull, encouraging the student body to take a look during their stay in the North.
Alexia Pieretti reviews Abandon Ship as part of the Drama Society’s MIFTA Season
Kayleigh Crawford reviews RAGS, reimagined by Stephen Schwartz and David Thompson, a story of immigration, identity and hope
Saoirse Akhtar-Farren reflects on Manchester born Chris Ofili’s ‘The Holy Virgin Mary’, which featured in Charles Saatchi’s exhibition ‘Sensation’ in 1997, in relation to challenging the nature of art and conventional reverence associated with religious imagery.
Rebecca Rommen examines the impact of this year’s Reclaim the Night march, with around 3,500 people taking part, and how it successfully shines a light on the topic of night-time safety.
Helena Torre takes a look at her favourite eco-fiction books, with a special focus on Margaret Atwood’s ‘Maddaddam’ trilogy
Urussa Malik reviews ‘It’s not about the Burqa’ a collection of intersectional essays by Muslim women, edited by Mariam Khan
Gurnaik Johal talks with author and translator, Saskia Vogel, about ‘Permission’, her debut novel about LA’s BDSM community
Brian Corso’s directorial debut Public Figure is a visually stylish and extremely nuanced look at the public’s growing obsession with social media
Ellie Martin argues that society socials should be more open to non-drinkers
Tallulah Brennan argues that the racist rhetoric of the Brexit vote was motivated by the imperial nostalgia of the Baby Boomer generation.
Ella Marsden reviews Sleepwalk Collective’s Kourtney Kardashian at HOME
Luca Mariani reviews The Evolution of Testicles, which focuses on the awkwardness of self examination to help in the fight against testicular cancer
Cachella Smith talks with part-time women’s officer Emilia Jenkins about the projects she’s been involved with over the past year; even though each project is different, they all have the aim of helping women.
To celebrate St Patrick’s Day, Amy Hagan lists her favourite books by Irish authors
Chloe Hatton talks to Ethan Davies about his time as Editor-in-Chief of the largest student newspaper in the UK