This month we’re under the influence of Freya Dudding – a content creator with impeccable style and an important message
Alienor Bombarde explores the Richard Prince controversy and what it reveals about privacy in our time
Bookstagrams have been on the rise in the past few years and especially over the recent UK lockdowns. To find out more about the trend we chatted with the people behind a recently founded books Instagram account.
Laura Thompson argues that an official University of Manchester Instagram Post telling students to treat the pandemic like a retreat misrepresents their mental health support provision
Head Theatre Editor Jay Darcy begins his influencer series by interviewing influencer, student, blogger, content creator, and mental health and queer activist, Max Hovey
Before and after posts are too common on social media, writer Amy Dewar considers the implications of these
Teacup puppies are undeniably cute but social media is hiding the unethical practices that allow these dogs to exist
More and more influencers are surgically changing the way they look and Instagram accounts are being created to expose them
Lilly Rosenberg reflects on her year with no social media and explains why she no longer feels guilty about her scrolling habits
Aesthetics are everything on Instagram but in the bookstagram world they have to the potential to be used for creative Instagram posts, reels and stories
Books and Instagram are an unlikely match but bookstagrams continue to grow in popularity in the UK. We spotlight another account for the second article in our series on UK based bookstagrams.
Joe McFadden explores the bizarre new phenomena sweeping Fallowfield: niche meme pages
Head Theatre Editor Jay Darcy interviews influencer, model, digital creator and Production Assistant Joe Polito in the third feature of his social media series
Maisie Scott reviews the latest feminist manifesto for Generation z
Why influencers are essential for us to make it through the coronavirus pandemic
Sophia Rosemary spills her secrets on vintage shopping in Manchester and how sharing her outfits on Instagram has gained her over 200,000 followers
Are influencers genuinely interested in books or is it all just for the ‘aesthetic’?