By Melina Tavakoli Moghaddam, BA Politics and International Politics “Aspiring female directors will not only struggle in the industry to earn back any form of respect, but it is also questionable whether their career prospects… Read More »Feminist Masterpiece or Giant Infomercial?
By Sam Landis, BA Social Anthropology and International Relations “As SOAS continues to market its curriculum as decolonized and social-justice oriented to attract ‘leftist’ students while simultaneously destroying campus spaces embedded in alternative, revolutionary and… Read More »SOAS Student Union Refurbishments Causes Shock, Disappointment, and Anger Amongst Student Body
By Aminah Hashmi, BA Politics and International Relations I’ll just come out and say it: the pretence of objectivity hinders good journalism. Good journalism is not just presenting ‘what happened,’ it contextualises the event and… Read More »The Facade of Objectivity: We Can Do Better
“The lack of diversity among the winners does not truly represent the nature of the film industry and suggests that there may be bigger issues within, where non-white voices and viewpoints are marginalised and ignored.”