If you were given £10,000 to stay indoors for longer, to not attend or host house parties and to socialise with strangers as infrequently as possible, would you comply? Would you give up raves, house […]
Last winter, mumps spread round universities, despite nationwide MMR vaccination schemes. This year, the world ground to a halt over a different virus. How much hope can we place in a vaccine?
Séamus OHanlon reports.
Britbox, as it stands, is a subpar service that has more duds from over the years than gems. However, they remain hidden in this hard-to-navigate streaming platform. A lot of content is taken from largely […]
The first step in stamping out domestic abuse, intolerance and hatred is speaking out. A verbal conversation, a written email, a virtual message chat; all can lift some weight off shoulders about a situation, even […]
When I first saw Netflix’s new teen series Never Have I ever I honestly did dismiss it for a day or two, thinking it looked too young. I was wrong. But not about it being […]
In normal times, a crisis or a major protest would thrill the press. Commentators would happily write, talk and saturate us with an issue before moving on to the next fresh controversy. Now, however, journalists […]
Mental Health Week is for everyone. Importantly, it is an opportunity for universities to focus on the welfare of their students. It is a chance to speak out about issues aggregating poor mental health for […]
Being single and alone during this lockdown has been, to say the least, a test. Such mass loneliness is unheard of in modern times. This difficult ordeal is neatly reflected in the estimated increase in […]
We are living in a country that has mostly adjusted to our new limited freedoms, waiting for the lockdown to be eased and for the right, scientific path to be followed. One of the constructive […]
This long Easter Weekend has been a bombardment of messaging instructing the ‘masses’ of the necessity of staying home. This is a necessary, if not somewhat condescending, message to the vast majority of people abiding […]
COVID-19 has decimated industries, devasted educational institutions, and butchered many small businesses. However, new technology has, again, profited, which is a recurring theme of the past few decades. As social media has risen as an […]
The news that Leeds Beckett University has opened up a foodbank for students who have to pay up to eighty per cent of outgoings on rent is damning evidence that austerity and its destructive consequences […]