Ian Hislop Brings Dissent to The British Museum

By-line: Khadija Kothia, BA History Photo Credit: Khadija Kothia The discourse surrounding institutions such as The British Museum has been brought into the spotlight over the past few months. It was interesting to see an exhibition centred on political dissent in a museum under so much controversy for its role in upholding imperial power. Ian […]

Chinese London: A look beyond China Town

Carolynn Look, BA Chinese and Development Studies Chinese students, and even those SOASians who have spent a year in Beijing, often come back feeling deprived of a variety of joys. This issue’s column aims to help you escape to the Middle Kingdom from time to time and bring you back to your long nights of […]

University calls police on 3 Cosas

In defiance of an effective campus-wide ban on protest, members and supporters of the 3 Cosas – ‘Three Things’ – campaign headed to Senate House on Thursday October 24th to insist the University of London listen to their demand: “sick pay, holiday, pensions now!” At approximately 1 PM, protesters gathered at the Russell Square gates. […]