Review: 1917

The history books tend to overlook the common folk in war; it’s usually the big names, high stakes and important battles that seem to get the attention. However, cinema has the ability to convey the monumental scale of warfare but on a humanly processable...

Review: Dracula (2020)

Can you think of a better way to spend the New Year than with a good and bloody gothic horror? I’m sure plenty of people can, but there’s certainly a market for it, and BBC’s Mark Gatiss and Stephen Moffat, the great minds behind...

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 and, in many cases, independence grows. Some students view it as a path to economic prosperity or at least a...