Many have labelled this a student cost of living crisis. A 2023 survey found that 18% of students use food banks and almost two-thirds of students skip meals to save money.
By Amina Khadidja Sadoun, BA Politics and International Relations. Amelia Dimoldenberg (left) photographed with Jennifer Lawrence (right) at a ‘Chicken Shop Date’ interview. The MOBOs have celebrated black artists and culture for over twenty years… Read More »Are the MOBOs rewarding the theft and misuse of black culture?
By Tumininu Peters, BA Politics and International Relations In an unexpected twist for the 2023 season of ‘I’m a Celeb’, the public’s designated villain was not the divisive politician Nigel Farage but the YouTuber, Nella… Read More »Britain, are you not ashamed of yourself? Are you not embarrazzed?
Geneve Harmitt-Williams, BA Social Anthropology and History Important conversations about pay inequality for Black women have recently emerged from the ‘The Colour Purple’ press tour, particularly in regards to Taraji P. Henson, the Golden Globe… Read More »Pay Me What You Owe Me!
By Roxanna Brealey History & Politics The phrase ‘beauty is in the eye of the beholder’ is commonly used to express the subjectivity of attractiveness. However, since visiting the Wellcome Collection’s exhibition: ‘The Cult of… Read More »Beauty is in the eye of the beholder…?
By Su Waddy, BA Politics and International Relations SNL has once again drawn attention for controversial jokes; this time featuring their host, Timothée Chalamet. In a skit that many deemed “too soon” and distasteful, the… Read More »Chalamet’s Tasteless Tune: Ha Ha…Not So Funny?