Neive McCarthy reports on the ongoing concerns around study spaces at the University.
As voting for LeadLUU kicks off, we speak to the Gryphon Editor candidates. For manifestos and more information, click here. Who are you? I’m Neive and I’m in my final year studying English Literature! This year, […]
If you’re in the market for a new way to watch films, maybe use these actor-director duos to guide your watching choices.
Neive McCarthy reviews Netflix’s latest original film that follows a single deciding night in their relationship.
Influencers often come under fire for various misdemeanours – whether it’s for the relentless promotion of ‘skinny teas’ or some dodgy photo editing, there’s usually something to be grated by. Yet, over the last few […]
Following her feature for the Black History Month edition of In the Middle, we caught up with student and artist Carmen Okome about ongoing processes and projects.
Neive McCarthy takes us back to a time where we would sit in cinemas, next to strangers, without masks on…practically unimaginable nowadays. Even though we miss going to the cinema and having our pick of the bunch, streaming services and at-home premiers remind us that it’s not all that bad!
Neive McCarthy reflects on the callous nature of the Tories after they reject a proposal for free school meals.
Oh, J.K. Rowling. Have you ever known anybody make such a royal mess of an empire they’ve built up over the best part of a few decades? I certainly haven’t. Once beloved for creating a […]
“Look, I don’t know if I’m going to have a career after this, but fuck that.” John Boyega’s speech at the Black Lives Matter protest earlier this year was powerful, ferocious and irrevocably moving. A […]
Partway through the just-released trailer for Dune, Timothée Chalamet’s ‘Paul’ assures himself “I must not fear. Fear is the mind killer.” Yet from the very first shot, the actor’s face is contorted with anguish and […]
Ahead of the release of their second album, Neive McCarthy chatted to frontman Jack Kaye of The Magic Gang about embracing honesty, the band’s development and all things Death of the Party.