Lauryn Berry expresses disappointment in the recent statement from the Russel Group regarding a lack of ‘safety net’ policy and argues that students have been let down this year
Love or loathe Brexit, it will have a far-reaching impact on society. Archie Earle sets out his thoughts
The ongoing Indian farmers’ protests are the latest in a history of non-violent mass protests against governments that ignore the needs of their people, as Annie Dabb lays out
Annie Dabb examines the impact of the demolition of the Picadilly Gardens wall, and shows how the middle classes tend to prioritise aesthetics over functionality
Pippa Dennis has ended an incredibly toxic relationship with TikTok and tells us all about why
Annie Dabb describes the atmosphere at the protests against the Fallowfield fences, and puts into words just how many UoM students are feeling
Fuse TV’s Tom Grant explores how comedy TV has influenced and reflected British politics and class stereotypes, and asks whether we should really still be laughing
Aimee Butler explains how Gen Z are more politically engaged than ever, and how they are using technology to make a difference
The road to Capitol hill was paved with bad intentions. Malicious people, confederate flags and violence never symbolise anything else, says Archie Earle.
Annie Dabb shows that Biden’s choice to appoint an all female press team shows an increasing appreciation for women in politics
Laura Thompson looks at different ways students have been finding happiness over lockdown and this first semester at university
The publishing of the EHRC report shed light on key features of the anti-Semitism issue within the Labour Party, yet somehow it is political individuals who are receiving the most attention whilst anti-Semitism itself continues to be pushed aside
Nightlife is a valuable economic sector: why have its workers been cruelly abandoned?
Who will history students be blaming for the Coronavirus restrictions in the future? Laura Thompson explores the faults for and impacts of the restrictions
Biden’s narrowing Latino vote didn’t matter much in this election, but he must do more to reach out to communities if he’s going to win a second term
King Peter of Portugal killed because of love, but is it really all that? Laura Thompson questions whether love is really as important as it is made out to be