This Week’s Need to Know

DRAG: Self-portraits and Body Politics

Hayward Gallery’s ‘DRAG: Self-portraits and Body Politics’ is a culmination of works that expose drag culture. Through this exploration is a questioning of gender, political and identity ‘norms’, but also […]

Why Self Care Is So Important (Especially at University).

Warning: This post contains material about mental health. People on the internet throw around the term “treat yo’ self” a lot; yet how often do you actually ‘treat yourself’? There […]

Table for One, Please.

For me, eating out is pure, unadulterated pleasure. The whole experience of restaurant dining is truly magical… the food, the wine, the lack of washing up afterwards. What’s not to […]

5 differences in China

So, for this summer I decided to do something a bit different. Instead of my usual laying in the sun, swimming in the cold sea, or staying at home and […]

Find your cuppa tea

My family are shameless tea fanatics. My sister once told me how shocked she was to discover that her friends did not have an entire cupboard dedicated to tea at […]

The Climate Change Conversation… Again

After another storm and another climate-related death in the UK, the public is calling for action to end these abrupt changes in temperature and the environment’s unusual behaviour. Along with […]

’13 Reasons Why’ semi-colon tattoos are becoming so popular

I actually only know of one real reason why semi-colon tattoos are becoming so popular, but this trend is intimately linked to the Netflix series ‘13 Reasons Why’. The series […]

Is it time we re-evaluated the way we tackle drug-use in the music scene?

The bank holiday weekend saw the likes of Love Saves the Day in Bristol, Radio 1’s Big Weekend in Swansea, and All Points East in London amongst many of the […]

Is there finally royal representation?

There has been a lot of discussion surrounding the recent Royal Wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.  Before and after it’s televisation on the 19th of May 2018 everything […]