There is an interesting moment where brown women in the public eye are caught between mimicking vitriol of white supremacy and silent complacency, Urussa Malik argues
Jay Darcy discusses the political implications of J-Lo and Shakira being chosen to headline the Super Bowl
A second industrial revolution is already underway and we are too blinded by Brexit to take notice, argues Archie Earle
Dismissing the ideas and activism of people like Greta Thunberg because of her age shows how older generations only pick and choose when to treat teenagers as adults, argues Kate Jackson
Almost simultaneously Boris Johnson’s suspension of Parliament was ruled unlawful and Democrats in the US launched an impeachment investigation into President Donald Trump. There are many in both the UK and the US who hope this might be the beginning of the end for the two kindred leaders. But even if it is, our countries’ […]
George Walker argues Corbyn’s new Brexit policy is the only way to unite the country.
It has always been gramatically correct to use they/them to refer to one person and the time has come to stop using that as an excuse to ignore gender-neutral pronouns, argues Kate Jackson
Nimo Omer discusses the presence of Empire around the Brexit debate
Piers Morgan’s recent decision to identify as a penguin is doing nothing to facilitate the discussion surrounding gender identity that today’s youth needs, argues Cara Conte
Archie Earle delves into an analysis of the most recent Democratic Primary debate in the US
Are we all one pimped and preened selfie away from self-destruction? Contributor Cara Conte writes about the need to be Instagram-savvy.
Krishan Puvvada argues the right to choose a private school education should not be taken away.
Nimo Omer discusses the representation of drug addiction and race and its impact on policy in the US
What is Senate, and why should you care? Your Deputy Editor explains how the largest decision-making body in the SU works, and why more students should take an interest