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Shadé Zahrai: Her Journey to success

The women’s empowerment coach-turned-TikToker with advice for students dealing with the stress of finding ‘success’ During a period that has cultivated only worry and doubt...

“Nice arse”: The rise of sexual harassment on our locked down...

Monday: “Nice legs”, “Why don’t you smile?”, “You’d be sexy if you didn’t have a bitch face”. These words reverberate in my ears as I...

TikTok: how to deal with the pressures of a growing audience

Tiktok is taking over. Throughout the coronavirus lockdown, the new social media phenomenon has taken over the lives of teenagers and young adults and, for...

Has the LGBTQ+ community become invisible during the pandemic?

June has been Pride month since the stonewall riots on June 28,  1969. But June looked a little different this year, and amid COVID-19,...

“Anti-Greta” and the challenges faced by young activists

In 1962, Bertrand Russell finally responded to Sir Oswald Mosley’s letters, which were badgering him into a debate about the merits of fascism. He...

Sport Thoughts: How greed threatens to divide clubs and fans

When Gareth Southgate took the England job, one of his key ingredients for success on the pitch was to re-engage with the fans off...

The Bandwagon Effect: Have we lost our individuality?

The bandwagon effect is a type of cognitive bias which causes us to adopt certain behaviours because everyone else is doing it. Cognitive biases...

Social media censorship: A safety measure or a threat to free...

For the first time in history, the UK is planning to set up an ‘internet watchdog’. The announcement of the Office of Communication, better known...

How Does Fairtrade Work?

Beth Hanson interviews Joanna Milis from the Fairtrade Foundation to give us more The Fairtrade icon is a familiar symbol of assurance that challenges the...

Students with Disabilities: Is our university doing enough?

University is considered a rite of passage where both education and self-discovery are offered; existing skills are honed, new ones are discovered, cultures meet...

Reclaim the Night: women walk in protest against gendered violence

According to UN Women, women and girls of all ages are exposed to the threat of rape, sexual assault, or abuse universally, whether in...

Is online learning the future of education?

As a generation growing up in the digital age, a lot in our lives are reformed and challenged by technology. With its various inventions...

The Amazon Fires: A discussion on veganism

While it is now more widely accepted, veganism has always been a controversial subject in the eyes of the world. The plant-based diet carries...

Sport Thoughts: Gap between Premier League teams closer than ever

With many of the Premier League’s ‘big clubs’ in disarray, the opportunity for a top six heist has never been greater. Sides who once...

World Cup Predictions: Can the American powerhouse retain their title or...

The 2019 Women's World Cup is just days away which means only one thing: analysing statistics, studying team tactics, and reading up on player's...

Sport Thoughts: How Sheffield United can learn from previously promoted teams’...

As the dust settles on a fantastic promotion-winning campaign, Sheffield United will already be thinking about next season, their first in the Premier League...

Sport Thoughts: Everton moving in the right direction under Marco Silva

2018/19 has seen Everton finish 8th and extend their trophyless run to 24 years. An underwhelming penalty shoot-out defeat at home to Southampton in...

Manchester United will never be successful again

Another season has come to a depressing halt for Manchester United, one that has seen no silverware again. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has a mammoth...

Sport Thoughts: Manchester City look likely to clinch the quadruple

Football would be nothing without dreams, and that’s what Manchester City have got right now. A dream. 15 games to become legends, to cement...

Sports Thoughts: English Teams in Europe

For the first time since 2008-09, four English teams have reached the quarter-final stage of the Champions League and two English teams have also...

‘The Deniers Are Cowards’: Iby Knill Survived The Holocaust. This Is...

@OliveLineham On Holocaust Memorial Day 2019, it was revealed that five per cent of adults in Britain don't believe the Holocaust took place. A poll found...

Sports Thoughts: The Premier League title race is far from over....

Before the 2018/19 season kicked off, few would have expected the title race to even be a contest worth talking about, let alone there...

Sports Thoughts: Van Gerwen the Greatest Now, But Not the Greatest...

Michael van Gerwen is undoubtedly the greatest darts player on the planet at present, and has been for at least the last five years....

Elderly Drivers: Should Elderly Drivers Put the Brakes On? – a...

The 17th of January saw the 97 year-old Prince Philip crash his Land Rover into a Kia containing three passengers, including a 9 month-old...