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Colourism in the Music Industry

6 months ago / 0 comments

Colourism has long since been a widely controversial topic of debate across the music industry. Historically, the industry has been ingrained with racial inequality and discrimination towards artists of colour. This issue, known as colourism, was recently raised by Beyoncé’s father who stated that she would not be as successful … Read More

#MeToo: Sexual Harassment and the Music Industry

11 months ago / 0 comments

Sexual harassment of any sort is condemned by society, however the topic is also widely stigmatised and often kept quiet. Following the overwhelming response on social media to the ‘Me Too’ campaign, it’s important to consider the extent to which sexual harassment has plagued our society. This in particular is … Read More

The fight for equality (literally)

2 years ago / 0 comments

Whilst the LGBTQ community have overcome many challenges in the fight for equality it is clear that the struggle is far from over. After the recent news of a transgender teen being forced to compete in a girl’s wrestling tournament, the rights of the transgender community are once again called … Read More

Fireworks: festive fun or danger?

2 years ago / 0 comments

For many people, including myself, fireworks are a symbol of celebration. When the sky is lit with sparks, and the night is ablaze with colour, a sense of festive spirit comes alive. As well as being a source of global entertainment, fireworks are often a central component to many cultural … Read More

The not-so-Great British Bake Off

2 years ago / 0 comments

With its soggy sponges and three-tier showstoppers, the BBC’s Great British Bake Off has come to an end. After seven series and countless weeks of showing the nation all of Britain’s finest baking, Bake Off will be moving to Channel 4 and there is no doubt that there will be … Read More

The return of the UKing

2 years ago / 0 comments

Just when you thought he had finally gone for good, Nigel Farage has once again made his way through the ranks of UKIP and back onto our television screens. With his pompous smile (and alarmingly egocentric lifestyle), your least favourite politician is back in power and has been reinstated as … Read More