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Pole dance: turning exploitative into empowering

It was during last year’s fresher’s fair that I was first introduced to pole fitness, before this I had a very limited understanding of what the sport involved. I imagined […]

Korean 101: the history of Hangul

From the age of seven I have been introduced to many languages and cultures. We were encouraged to learn – well, pay attention to – Spanish, French, and German; however, […]

Introducing Wandering Seoul

As I sit in my room, surrounded by bundles of application forms and Korean homestay brochures, exhilaration begins to pump through my veins. The reality of my year abroad has […]

Can we reclaim language?

Many liberal feminists believe that women can obtain equality through their actions. They argue that language can be reappropriated if used in a new and empowering context, but how can […]

A beginners guide to Feminism

For some unknown reason the term ‘feminism’ has been tainted. What once described the belief that women deserve equal rights has transitioned into a dirty word connoting man-hating and radicalisation. […]

The Best Love Stories Throughout History.

Ever since I was a child I have been a hopeless romantic. It wasn’t that I wanted a fairy tale romance, I just love love. When someone is in love, their whole […]

Song Review: ‘Family’ by Dreamgirls’ Durone Stokes.

As the theatre production of Dreamgirls prepares for its closing show, one member – Durone Stokes –commemorates this hit musical by re-inventing the song ‘Family’. During act one C.C White […]

The Cauldron: a bar that will have you screaming *Wingardium Mimosa*

Is anyone still heartbroken that their letter to Hogwarts never turned up (or is it just me)? Do you wish you could have learnt herbology with Professor Sprout? Or perhaps […]

An Exclusive Review: The Woman Who Gave Birth to a Goat.

With comical musical numbers and bright set lights, The Woman Who Gave Birth to a Goat is a play that is difficult to forget. Set in the modern era, the drama […]