Now, after years of intense social observance and (un)professional psychological analysis, I am proud to present ‘The Definitive Guide to the Ten Types of Drunk People’. Like it or not, we are all one of the characters on this list, and they reveal more about ourselves than we would like to admit.
Ellie Thompson chats with Lewis Campbell-Smith about his new creative and collaborative project, the zine Prism.
While Pride Month has now come to a close, there are still lots of great ways to keep celebrating from live-streamed gay Bollywood hip-hop nights to panel discussions about queer histories.
…The Cloud, is probably brimming with dicks, tits, and all other anatomical ‘best bits’ as the internet is currently the only place we can ‘flaunt it’ so-to-speak. This is by no means a bad thing in and of itself; viva la nip is all I’m saying
Talking to soft bois about their love of Tame Impala and the demons that they’re running from no longer seems strange but worryingly normal.
Lois Heslop gains an insight into the challenges and unexpected delights of stay-at-home choir.
Chloe Agar considers the questions remote learning will raise about the accessibility of teaching.
“In the context of remote learning, however, even minor inconveniences posed by an intermittent internet connection can quickly become a major difficulty.”