Tag : bradley young

Video games as art

1 month ago / 0 comments

Bradley discusses the artistic value of video games and argues for displaying them in museums.  For a gallery with the word literally in its name, the Tate isn’t very modern. It’s all a bit samey. Behold one thing unexpectedly on top of another thing. Over here is a domestic appliance … Read More

How Jeremy Corbyn has turned Labour into a pressure group

9 months ago / 0 comments

Last week, a Parliamentary Labour Party (PLP) meeting reportedly ended with a fierce argument between Jeremy Corbyn and members of the PLP. The specific nature of the dispute is not yet known. However, the disagreement was important enough for Corbyn to release a defensive yet painfully docile statement from what … Read More

An open letter to anti-feminists

10 months ago / 0 comments

It’s 2017 and yet some people still have the wrong impression of feminism. This week, Bradley busts the most common myths that still surround it. “Brad, I’ve got this friend coming up over the weekend who you might be in to. She’s really into politics like you, she’s studying at … Read More

Hammond convinces only child, Brexit, that it’s the taking part that counts.

12 months ago / 0 comments

Bradley discusses the loss of GDP after Brexit. Article may contain traces of satire.  After receiving nothing but a prize for participation on sports day, 9 year old Brexit was reportedly reassured on Sunday that it’s the taking part that counts. According to insider-sources, little Brexit was unable to find … Read More

May’s mental health missions: rhetoric or reality?

1 year ago / 0 comments

Your friends are all pre-drinking for the night ahead. They’ve been playing ring of fire in the kitchen for the last half hour but you’re still in your room. Perhaps you’re studying your ceiling contemplating your worthlessness. Or pulling at your stomach in the mirror. Or having a panic attack … Read More

How do you rationalise a vote for Trump?

1 year ago / 0 comments

It’s been just over a week since Donald Trump was elected as President of the United States. Bradley discusses how a vote for the self-proclaimed and anti-establishment candidate is a vote for prejudice and hatred.  President-elect Donald Trump has been heralded by his supporters as the underdog who fought for … Read More

Life struggles: being served the wrong meal

1 year ago / 0 comments

It sounded delicious. Curried shrimp, prawns and mango, with sweet potato, chilli and garlic. Everyone else was getting burgers but it was my last weekend with the gang before university and I was feeling adventurous. My hopes were high after thoroughly enjoying a Caribbean inspired cocktail. I couldn’t wait for … Read More

Slim pickings for moderate voters

1 year ago / 0 comments

After three years studying politics, it has occurred to me that the more I learn, the less I know. My political beliefs have, particularly at university, been thrown up in the air and I now lounge in an ideological black hole. There are only two principles left of which I … Read More

A sparse summer in film?

1 year ago / 0 comments

So that’s it. The summer is over, and with it the blockbuster film season. But, if like me, you’re wondering what blocks were actually busted by this holiday’s rather dismal offering, then I am here to validate your disappointment. If, however, you chose not to see any of the hotter … Read More

Universities: A safe space?

2 years ago / 0 comments

What are universities? Many of us, including the dictionary, might define them as‘high-level educational institutions in which students study for degrees.’ However, this is not the case for several students from Yale. In late 2015 a video was uploaded to YouTube of an undergraduate screaming at one of the university’s … Read More