Stan & Ollie is a charming and funny film that explores how a loving friendship can empower and nurture those involved, but also drive them away from each other. Directed by Jon S. Baird and […]
Matthew Moorey gives a rundown of the trailers and teasers this year’s Super Bowl had to offer.
Debbie Tucker Green’s emotionally charged one-woman show Random came to Leeds Playhouse last week, over a decade after its first publication. Random is a response to the anxieties of a nation where mundane human experience […]
Are the so-called ‘Instagram Poets’ destroying poetry or resurrecting it? Hattie Graham takes a closer look at social-media based poetry and its effects on the long standing art form.
Ella Heaton reviews Alternative Comedy It’s Downstairs! at their show at the East Village last week.
A ‘Back to the 90s’ event challenged students to live without social media for a week. Our Associate Editor, Polly Hatcher, took on the challenge and wrote about it. Towards the end of last semester, […]
From university work to social media, laptops, tablets and phones are the essence of modern life. The Gryphon discusses the repercussions of inactivity and spending too much time in front of computer screens. In an […]
The internet provides a space to express what we’re too afraid to speak out loud. This is especially important for people suffering from an eating disorder, which manifests itself in hidden lifestyles and habits we […]
The Gryphon discusses the dangerous romanticisation of Penn Badgley’s character in the latest Netflix hit series, You. At first glance, You, the recent Netflix hit drama, might seem like your average love story – boy […]
It is hardly uncommon to hear girls from many parts of the globe being obsessed with losing weight, because to some, that is the definition of beauty. However, the Mauritanians have a different story of […]