It says a lot about our current lifestyle that my housemates and I were excited to take a trip to the new (ish) sustainable Asda, but then I guess that’s just the nature of lockdown. The Leeds trial store is the only one in the UK, designed to help shoppers reduce, reuse and recycle with ease.
Like most topics about our bodies, discussions surrounding STIs have been significantly stigmatised. With increasing openness, when will we start discussing STIs without shame?
With a near 100% positive audience and critic response on Rotten Tomatoes, it’s no wonder that Studio Ghibli’s “Spirited Away” has made its name as one of the best anime films out there. Studio Ghibli […]
The climate is changing at a rapid, devastating rate. As parts of the world become uninhabitable, people are being forced to move across the world to seek a safe place to live. Beanna Olding investigates.
“for me, the most nerve-wracking expectation of Freshers’ week was that I would find the friends that I would bond with for life”
In spite of its current state of precarious chaos brought about through years of unforgivable mismanagement, the UK still has much to be grateful for in its National Health Service. You don’t have to search […]
Ever heard of the term “tone policing”? I hadn’t until a few days ago, nose buried in Layla Saad’s fantastically eye-opening Me and White Supremacy. Tone policing is the act of taking offence when a […]
It’s a Tuesday morning on 23rd July 2019, and Boris Johnson has just won sixty-six per cent of the Conservative Party members’ vote. He is now our new Prime Minister. In a characteristically jovial speech, […]
18 months. That’s how long it took me to finish “Wuthering Heights”. 18 months. Usually, I’m pretty quick to finish a book (by no means is that a flex; why do people boast about how […]
Tick. A swooping, satisfying, drag-your-pen-all-over-the-page tick. I smile as I look down at the neat little habit-tracker I’ve created for myself, smug in my two consecutive days of waking up at 6:30am to meditate. The […]
For those of you who have had the pleasure of travelling to South East Asia – which is far more people than I anticipated before I came to university, turns out I’m not that special […]
The highly contested and wrongful tax on tampons- till now dubbed as “non-essential, luxury items” by those who have absolutely no right to claim so- is finally being removed, as announced on the 2020 budget. […]