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Writing: Paradise or Imprisonment?

Writing is a privilege that most people in the developed world obtain at a young age. This ability arms us with power and agency through expression. We derive this power […]

Speed vs Stamina: Is Tour de France the ‘ultimate’ sport?

All sport is physically enduring. Being an athlete demands a level of fitness, stamina and overall dedication that most of us aren’t prepared to put into physical activity. With this […]

The Future of Business Is You – An Interview With McDonald’s Senior Staff Manager Christopher King

I think the one thing that terrifies us more than anything, as the end of Uni approaches, is the prospect of facing the real world without much of a clue […]

H for househunting, H for hell

One of my friends from back home started her Business degree at Warwick this year. She travelled to London for a weekend, and stayed with me in the apartment I […]

Art as a beautiful mistake: An Interview with Niels Kiené (Salventius)

Arguably, art is just a series of forms and shapes working together to create an image. This can be said for a variety of practices from sculpture, to painting and […]

Glossier: A Beauty Movement

Glossier. Glossier shows us what exclusivity and customer demand can do for a brand; the mimetic desire of ‘they have it, so I want it too’, or ‘I want it before everyone […]

Poetry Across Borders

It’s a Monday night, and I’m sitting in a lecture theatre with people spilling from the stairs leading up to the seats. We are students across all years and disciplines, […]

5 types of Commuters you’ll see this Christmas

As the semester draws to an end, students across the country will be commuting back home to spend the holidays with their families. The Christmas rush is a hectic time to travel, what […]