Styled @ SOAS

By Cyntheiah Siva, BA Global Liberal Arts  SOASCNY party  On the 7th of February the SOAS Chinese department invited us to celebrate Chinese New Year. There was great food, entertainment and everyone really committed to the theme. The performers, front of house and MC’s all incorporated red into their outfits and props. Some went for […]


By Dogukan Atmaca, PhD Near and Middle East Research Is the Piccadilly a line, from six to five? Get on or get off… Always, mind the gap! When there is a delay, Here is the mis-hap! Just arrived at Heathrow Home is still far away Just reaching Oakwood now Is the Piccadilly a line, from […]

Horoscopes as SOASk Me Out posts

Aries – #SOASkMeOut6499Are u icing me out because mercury is in retrogradeTaurus – #SOASkMeOut6491How do you get yourself invited on the lads holiday without explicitly asking?Gemini – #SOASkMeOut6454Conspiracy theory: SOAS Keanu Reeves is as real as the moon landingCancer – #SOASkMeOut6481I just wanna give a shout-out to the student ambassadors who are working hard to […]

Can Fashion Ever Be Modest? Interview with Hafsa Lodi, Author of Modesty: A Fashion Paradox

By Maliha Shoaib, BA English and World Philosophies Modest Fashion is one of the latest developing movements in the fashion industry. Hafsa Lodi’s debut book, Modesty: A Fashion Paradox examines the causes, controversies and key players involved in this global market. Lodi is a journalist who has been covering fashion in the Middle East for […]

SOAS Street Style: Cultural Night Edition

Tara Bhat (BA History) & Cyntheiah Siva (BA Global Liberal Arts) The 16th of January marked a night of celebration of the cultural diversity of the student body here at SOAS. Hosted by the SOAS MENA society in collaboration with PalSoc, Afghan Soc, Pakistani Soc, Bangladeshi Soc and SomSoc, the event was brimming with an […]