Depression can manifest itself differently in everyone – some may have highs and lows, some may cry routinely, others may feel void of emotion. As a friend, it can hurt seeing a person you love […]
If I mention bullet journals, or “bujo” as they’re sometimes abbreviated to, I bet pretty images of colour-coordinated and meticulously organised cutesy notebooks covered in artsy doodles that you’ve seen on Instagram come to mind. […]
LRFS2020 was a record-breaking sensation. Lydia Varney reviews the event.
The singer, songwriter, producer, graphic artist and all around female force that is Grimes has just dropped her fifth studio album, Miss Anthropocene. It’s manifesto, to make “climate change fun” promised an intriguing (if not […]
It seems now more than ever, the film industry is turning to the literary world to find its stories. The big studios feel adaptations is where the money is. So, whenever I sit down to […]
Everyone deserves a better night’s sleep, though as all student’s know, getting our forty winks can be challenging. Digital editor Sarah reviews Neom’s new sleep range.
Travelling is an obsession, once you start you can’t stop. We all get excited when thinking of a new trip, who doesn’t? And what’s better than reading travel blogs or even seeing posts of female […]
Horden provides a case study of our flawed political system. A system of government that enables those within marginalised and diminished communities to be ignored, even when the decline in the community comes as a […]
Political statements are made every year during awards season and at this year’s Brits it was no different, but 21-year-old Dave’s performance was more stirring than most. The Brits only recently began inviting grime artists […]
The relationship between the Prime Minister and Chancellor is tantamount to the conduct of a successful government. Past relationships have seen the big beats square up in Number 10 and the Treasury: Thatcher and Lawson, […]