What are men suffering in silence from?

Writer: Stephen Stratton, MA Medical Anthropology, Marta Perez Fernandez, BA Economics and Development Studies I am a nurse. I first trained as a psychiatric nurse 35 years ago, in a nursing school at a Victorian asylum (with all its connotations) in Essex. I’m still unsure why I chose this profession: I can only, after all […]

UCU strike: a controversial matter

Writer: Ilaria Grasso Macola, BA International Relations CROSSERS Ellis Warren, BA Japanese and Economics: “I support the strike, I’m fully behind it. At the same time, I really value my classes and my Japanese teacher has been very kind in going ahead with the classes despite the strike, so I feel inclined to go to […]

The ‘Civilised’ weigh in: Mary Beard’s Crocodile tears

By Uswa Ahmed, BA World Philosophies The famed Cambridge historian Mary Beard attempted to rationalise the alleged behaviour of Oxfam aid workers in Haiti after reports surfaced accusing Aid workers of sexual exploitation of women and children. Beard took to Twitter to explain that the alleged behaviour could not be ‘condoned’ but wondered ‘how hard […]