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
Erasmus programmes are in jeopardy over loss of funding
Cachella Smith argues that the prevalence of emojis in our everyday speech is changing our ability to use and appreciate the English language.
Ryan Khurana examines the nature of communication, perception, and the ineffectiveness of modern debate
In light of recent events, Ryan Khudara critically assesses a shift in political language
#OMG, wot is happening 2 da English language?
Joe Evans calls upon us to stop ridiculing and ignoring the increasingly important and relevant issue of dangerous mental health problems
The medicalisation and militarisation of everyday language is a tool for national unity and misinformation in equal measure, argues Lucca Di Virgilio
International scientific research collaboration has found evidence revealing that humans are born with the innate skills to pick out words from language
Jay Darcy looks at the language used to describe single men and women and how it reveals the deeply gendered and misogynistic attitudes towards promiscuity.
With the word ‘cisgender’ established in the dictionary, does the term help or hinder the cause for transgender and other LGBT+ people?
A brief guide on the essential phrases you will need when travelling to order some booze and drinking with anyone, anywhere
With us humans–us feeble, naïve, easily swayed humans–using the right language can really change everything. The case hasn’t changed much since the beginning of time: using the perfect combination of words is an ancient weapon used by politicians, writers, musicians and world-leaders. In fact, one of the areas where the correct language is especially useful […]