Fifteen years after their first album, Bahar Ganjvar looks back at the Arctic Monkeys career.
One week on from inauguration day, Carol Jones reviews how music can impact voters view on a political party.
“It is through promotional efforts such as associations with cycling teams, football clubs, and now Oxford that Ineos legitimises its destructive practices. We are just another publicity stunt used to gloss over the company’s disregard for social and environmental issues.”
Maya Lemaire examines the problems with Ineos’ donation to Oxford University.
Alice Garnett explores the phenomena of ‘post-nut’ clarity and the ‘dick haze’, and the problematic stereotypes they reinforce.
Jessica Searle makes a case for why now ‘is not just a good time, but is actually the perfect time to start running’!
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“Whether they are proposing laws hostile to LGBTQ+ rights, harsher abortion restrictions or enforcing their ‘Christian values’ in other ways, these groups are enacting changes in the shadows; unaccountable and elusive.”
Clara Marks discusses the long-lasting impact of Qanon, Trump and far-right Christian groups on US politics.
It isn’t, can’t and will never be a BAFTA winner, but it’s not trying to be. It’s a wonderful piece of entertainment for young and old, and it deserves a watch whether on a nostalgia trip or for the first time. M.I. High is the definitive escapist childhood spy fantasy, realised before your very eyes on the laptop screen.
Ever found yourself wanting more from your reading list? Look no further than Elena Trowsdale’s take on breaking the monotony of the English syllabus.
Karishma Khosla discusses the recent abolition of the tampon tax.