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.
Cachella Smith suggests that providing incentives to encourage people to vote will not necessarily generate a fair and representative outcome
Cachella Smith suggests that Liam Neeson’s excuse for his racist comments and actions is insufficient and actually racist in itself
Cachella Smith suggests that Despacito has kicked off a positive change in the British music industry.
Cachella Smith argues that the prevalence of emojis in our everyday speech is changing our ability to use and appreciate the English language.
Cachella Smith, in light of the potential changes to the Gender Recognition Act, argues that in order to fully combat misogyny, hate crime against any gender is necessary, including radical feminist groups pitted against men and trans women
Cachella Smith considers how replacing Mickey Mouse images with those of war heroes in Egyptian schools may cause children to idolise the wrong kinds of role models.
Cachella Smith feels that the use of advertising, league tables and statistics by universities today negatively affects our understanding of what higher education is really about.
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.
Cachella Smith suggests that we should not have to resort to money tactics in a bid to try and save our environment.
Cachella Smith looks at the necessity for taking breaks and the danger that comes with an academic calendar that does not afford many breaks.
Manchester’s very own Funraising are back, mixing the creative with charity, and above all, prioritising a good time
Cachella Smith suggests that the proposal of fast paced two year degree courses would not be beneficial for student well-being or for the student experience.
Cachella Smith speaks with war veterans about their battle with blindness, at the unveiling of a new monument commissioned by the charity Blind Veterans UK
Sophie Marriott and Cachella Smith argue the implications of the SU’s motion to encourage jazz-hands over clapping is “short-sighted” and instead Senate should seek to “create an atmosphere where people feel safe and comfortable enough to raise such an issue and ask for a quieter environment”
Cachella Smith argues that the discussion surrounding mental illness on social media and the internet frequently normalises depression and undermines its seriousness and its medical treatment.