TV Review: BBC’s Bodyguard Continues to Trope Islamophobia

Bodyguard. The BBC drama that was filmed just outside SOAS and the show that got the nation talking, including myself. So much so, that after episode five, I was inclined to write a review, praising the show for its clever twist on topics of terrorism and white-collar crime. I’m extremely glad I didn’t. Scene One. […]

Does the Political Correctness of Students’ Unions Undermine their Decisions?

  Luke McManus, BA Arabic and Social Anthropology I quite like the idea of a Students’ Union. Knowing that I can have a say in the affairs of my university makes me feel included, valued and proud of what we are – a fantastically diverse body of students that can democratically achieve great things. But […]