The climate is changing at a rapid, devastating rate. As parts of the world become uninhabitable, people are being forced to move across the world to seek a safe place to live. Beanna Olding investigates.
Clarissa Leung offers her advice for international freshers starting university in the current climate.
The rapid spread of the coronavirus in 2020 has seen an unprecedented crackdown on personal freedoms across the world as governments have invoked emergency powers. Public gatherings have been banned, restaurants and bars have been […]
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With subbing and dubbing each having their merits, Ananya Sriram argues that the only language that matters is the language of cinema.
The idea of the coronavirus spreading around the UK is a scary one, but not unfathomable. With a growing number of individuals in the UK recieving treatment or being held in quarantine, coronavirus is no […]
Believe it or not, not everyone is on the hunt for chocolate eggs at Easter time. Here are some of the wonderfully wacky ways others celebrate this time of year. Florence, Italy Over 300 years […]
Having lived in Vietnam for the majority of my life with frequent visits back to Taiwan, it’s safe to say that moving to England has given me a few culture shocks. Below, I’ll list the […]
Settling into the UK at university was completely different to my high school experience in the UK. Nevertheless, it was still a challenge. Initially when I arrived (having lived already in the UK for 6 […]
Article 50 was triggered on the 29th March, launching the start of Brexit. This marks not only the beginning of two years of negotiations, but confusion for everyone it will affect, particularly EU students and staff […]
In celebration of International Women’s Day, we take a look back at some of women’s biggest achievements from the past few months. Millions take part in Global Women’s March Over five million women took part […]
Laura Manzi interviews members of the diverse international student population Interview 1: Raluca – Romania We sit at the Balcony with our coffee, and she starts smiling shyly. I am so glad she accepted to […]