Interview with Hadley Freeman


Hadley Freeman has been a columnist and features writer at The Guardian since 2000. Her perennial column, Ask Hadley imparts advice on all things style and fashion to readers’ questions. […]

Alternative Ways of Making Cash as a Student


Unless you’ve family supporting you, or you were sensible enough to save every penny you earned in every summer holiday, at some point during your student life, you are likely […]

Butterflies in November by Audur Ava Olafsdottir


The only reason I picked up this book was because my housemate left it in the bathroom. I flicked through a page, quite certain of it not being my thing […]

A Girl is a Half-Formed Thing


Winner of the 2014 Baileys Women’s Prize for Fiction and the debut novel of Eimear McBride, it’s easy to understand why it took 10 years to find A Girl is […]

An Evening with Dan Snow


Getting to sit down and chat shop with one of the most recognisable Historians in the public eye was never going to be the most difficult job in the world, […]

Bangin’ Bargains: Queerly Out @ Escape Bar


I used to be obsessed with the Scissor Sisters – I openly admit that. I say “used to” because now I’m a third year English student, my vocabulary has improved […]

The (Neat and Orderly) Ramblings of an Obsessive Compulsive: Going Underground


Nobody enjoys the tube during rush hour. Getting up close and personal with complete strangers is something that British people just don’t do, unless forced to. Usually standing one metre […]

London Film Festival 2014: A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night


Chilling and original, with a volatile sound track, A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night is a vampire film with a punch. Welcome to “Bad City”, an imaginary ghost town […]

Oscar Pistorius: From poster to prison


Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past seven months or so, you’ve probably heard about Oscar Pistorius’s trial, or otherwise, the story of how Valentine’s Day can […]