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June 11, 2017
Pessimistic party punditry: the aftermath
I know the last few weeks have been an absolute clusterfuck in politics, but since when did winning an election count as royally messing everything up?
June 6, 2017
Ramadan difficulties for students
Ramadan is a time for sharing and giving, abstinence, the reaffirmation of faith and the renewal of purpose.
June 5, 2017
Pessimistic party punditry: who deserves your vote?
It seems fair to say that this election is not like most UK elections.
June 1, 2017
Comment does: Manifestos
Contributors give their views on each of the major parties’ manifestos.
May 23, 2017
Is being left wing a mental health death sentence?
As polling day nears, co-chair of Sheffield Labour Students Katharine Swindells takes a personal look at how campaigning on the left can be a burden.
May 9, 2017
Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un are waging a willy war
Outgoing sports editor Hugh Dickinson lives up to his name as he looks at Trump and Kim Jong-Un’s willies.
May 8, 2017
The hills are alive with the sound of slaughter
Development officer-elect Megan McGrath discusses how abbatoir protests are being clamped down on and highlights the work of The Save Movement.
May 6, 2017
Too much media hys-queeria surrounding Farron’s views on gay sex
Liberal Democrat leader Tim Farron was forced to forgo his faith to pacify the belligerent left – so much for human rights, argues online editor Kimberley John.
February 23, 2017
Make Student Politics Great Again
Student politics sounds like a great idea. Who wouldn’t want the students of the university…
February 15, 2017
La La Land is theatre, not film
Hugh rails against the dying of the (foot)light in modern cinema