Tattoos don’t need to have a meaning for you, but a culturally appropriated symbol might have meaning to someone else
Writer Reece Ritchie explores why Hobo Johnson is an artist which people love to love, but, also love to hate and why Hobo Johnson’s own brand of alternativeness is one everyone should explore
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
With Joker’s release almost upon us, Deputy Film Editor Josh Sandy looks at the historic relationship between on-screen and real-life violence
Nimo Omer explores the cultural history of Somalia and it’s erasure from modern political discourse
The lecture, part of the Racism and Ethnicity in the UK module, saw a male student cause a prolonged disturbance after voicing a controversial opinion
Elena Bradley spills the ‘hospitali-tea’ on working as a young woman in the restaurant industry. Can you be both pretty and successful in hospitality?
Catrin Stewart looks at the privilege associated with comfort eating and how the consumption of food is fundamentally about more.
In the wake of criticism surrounding Ariana Grande’s headline slot at Manchester Pride, Alex Corns asks for some perspective
Online editor, Bec Oakes, explains her disgust at Paramount’s plans to remake Clueless
As Spain’s Gonzalo Caballero suffers a severe injury, Iwan Hopkins submits his opinion on the sport which is always rife with controversy
Chess Bradley ponders whether we have collectively reduced Frida Kahlo into a pop feminism icon
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
Jack Greeney talks about why he doesn’t trust Joe Biden’s Presidential bid, and why the Democratic party need to steer clear of such a campaign based on ego
After witnessing a meat fuelled craze of ecstasy (over text), Catrin Stewart asks: what makes the perfect burger? And why do we love them so much?
When Sainsbury’s leaves us penniless, Lidl is always there to catch the fall. Lucia Cannizzaro writes of her love for the budget supermarket.
After waves of bad publicity that suggested the 2019 Academy Awards could be the worst in years, it ended up being a mixed bag