A new study has found the top games most likely to raise your heart rate during play. Phoebe Turner explains which!
How often have you clicked “add to basket” in the last couple of weeks? Online sales have spiked significantly during the pandemic. Understandably, it’s hard to resist cheap and trendy fashion, especially when it’s delivered […]
The surveillance state, portrayed in dystopian novels as a government assuming ultimate control over its citizens, aims to stop disobedience at the source through the threat of punishment. The reality of the surveillance state is […]
In this week’s article Siobhan takes us through a day in her life as an online study abroad student.
Each week Siobhan will be discussing her unusual year abroad experience and offering advice and tips for others along the way.
Welcoming new members every week, rehearsals for the choir started on 17th March and are to continue every Tuesday. However, this is not at odds with current lockdown restrictions: it all happens online. ‘Sofa Singers’ […]
A brand new online tool has been created to show which cities are the hardest working throughout the UK. It uses factors like average hours worked, unemployment rate and commute time, to determine the working […]
Recently the BBC broke a news story on how a “warped and sadistic” paedophile who blackmailed victims and shared abuse tips and images on the dark web was caught. Matthew Falder admitted 137 charges, including […]
You’ve had it, your friends have it, your flatmates probably have it… but hopefully your parents don’t have it! It grows in both quantity and quality on a daily basis, and you may even hear […]
Battles between Microsoft and the U.S. department of Justice are no stranger to headlines. And the latest spat between the two over accessing customer emails is also not a new debate. On the one side, […]
I’m sure you’ve all heard about the sheer amount of drinking first years get up to. So it only seems natural to help you on your nights out to Fruity, Mission and the like by […]
If there’s one thing that immediately comes to mind when I think of happiness, it’s a well thought out bookshelf (think rainbow-organised, neat little rows of content). To me, there are not many things more […]