Features

The Importance of Lord Hain’s Actions For The #MeToo Movement.

I would like to begin this article by stating that the following contents in no way reflect my political standing, but simply state my views of the importance of Lord […]

3 Tips for Getting Back in Control of Your Uni Workload.

Being focused is key to getting good grades at university, but you know how it goes; you’ve used up the majority of your willpower over the first few weeks of […]

The Baby-Faced Boss of POD-X: Interview with Hazera Chowdhury.

“I’ll have a watermelon smoothie please,” says Hazera Chowdhury to the bar staff. I met with her in a rooftop café in Bethnal Green for our interview. Hazera chats away […]

The Third Week Slump

I’ll never forget when I first heard of the ‘Third Week Slump’. Three weeks into second year, I caught eyes with my friend. You could see the bags under her […]

Tuition Fees – why we should protest.

When applying to University, there are always those adults who endlessly remind you of how expensive it is – as if you didn’t already know! You hear it constantly during your […]

CUB Fest – this Saturday the 29th @ Mile End Park.

It’s officially time for CUB Magazine’s first social. Since taking over as Editor-In-Chief, my main aim has been to create a community vibe within the team and also between CUB […]

Upcoming Careers Events for SED Students.

As an English student, I am very excited to announce that this year CUB will be teaming up with Caroline Lisser, Queen Mary’s career consultant, to keep you informed about […]

Food Standards Agency Allergen Food Safety Campaign.

Food is vital for our survival. It is recommended that we consume three solid and nutritional meals a day. However, this can be easier said than done for people who […]

How to Deal with a Disappointing Essay.

We’ve all had those days when we just haven’t given one (or more, to be honest) of our essays enough time, whether it be because of  a lack of understanding […]