This story appeared on the front page of The Gryphon on 3rd December 2021. The University and College Union, one of the largest higher education trade unions in the UK, will continue industrial action for […]
Better working conditions for staff mean better education for students. Who can seriously expect a savings-stripped, sleep-deprived lecturer living on the breadline and working on a contract as strong and stable as a Teresa May government to deliver a seminar to their best ability?
‘For millions of children across the country, the lasting effects of this virus will be something they will battle for the rest of their lives.’ Tharushi Wijesiri investigates how online teaching is increasing inequality across the country.
News of the Home Office’s plan to deport 50 Black Britons on the 2nd of December was met with outrage and fierce resistance from campaigners and public figures alike. 82 Black public figures including David […]
If we take a step back from the horrors of this year’s A-Level and GCSE grading debacle, little is being done to account for how this year’s Year 11 and 13’s education has suffered. Months […]
“The abandonment of care-provision was so extensive that Liberal Democrat leader Ed Davey MP told Prime Minister Boris Johnson at PMQs that his government may have even breached international law.” Tristan Griffith reports on the […]
Where are you right now? A house? A flat? A care home? A prison? Homeless? They say coronavirus doesn’t discriminate, but the distribution of property is the product of a rigid, highly discriminatory class system. […]
Hunter X Hunter. The Seven Deadly Sins. Naruto. Titles such as these bounce from the tongues of eager fans as some of the most engrossing long-time manga and anime adaptations to date. Their plots are […]
The Gryphon takes a look at how high inequality has led to violent protests in Chile and reflects on sustained income inequality in the UK. Over the last few weeks intensifying protests in Chile saw […]
As I write this, there are protests happening in Ethiopia, Chile, Lebanon, Iraq, Hong Kong, Barcelona, Australia, Paris and London – to name a few examples. With people around the world subjecting themselves to tear […]
While we live in an era attempting to tackle serous inequalities faced by women, such as the gender pay gap, one very important problem is being overlooked: the gender pain gap. Female pain is often […]
A fortnight ago, working women across the UK awoke to the disheartening news that even holding the top jobs can place them in a significantly inferior position to their male counterparts. A recent report published […]