Petite Maman: An exploration of loss and grief through time
From hopefully heart-warming to richly painted scenes of grief and loss, Celine Sciamma’s new film is one of 2021’s best.
A Tough Act to Follow: In conversation with Raphaël Say
Head Theatre Editor Jay Darcy interviews influencer, model, dancer, actor and art director, Raphaël Say, in the sixth feature of his social media series
Why Emily from Emily in Paris should have stayed in Chicago
Beauty editor Alex Bikard is French, and did not like new TV show ‘Emily in Paris’ – Here’s why!
An Evening With The Chanteuse
Jackelyn Howell and Bella Jewell reflect on an evening of enlightening discussion and performance with The Chanteuse; from Piaf, to Modiano, the singer brought the raw emotion of french music to the Students’ Union
Christmas markets: La Cuisine Provençale
“If you ever feel like the German part of the Markets has got a little bit too much, get yourself to the calmer part on King Street”
Bloody chokers, they’re back in fashion again!
Whilst chokers adorn many necks of the Manchester student body, Sophie Billington takes a look at their grim and gruesome origins from 18th century France
Passport to paradise
Embarking on a year abroad can be so much more than staying in Europe; six French students who travelled far and wide give their deux cents on choosing a far-flung location
How to eat like the French
Food is there to be enjoyed; to say that the French “live to eat” rather than “eat to live” is an understatement
French Men: Dispelling the Myth
Think every French Man is a baguette toting connoisseur of amour? Think again, says Molly Allen.
Scarlett Whittell talks Movember style favorites and has no time for whining girls.