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Arrival in Seoul

I have always been an organised person. Whether it’s crafting the perfect to-do list or preparing my monthly meal plan, I have spent hours agonising over every detail. Considering this, […]

Hijabs, Muslim Women, and Liberation

Growing up in an area where I was the minority had its ups and downs, but the one consistent question that followed me was about what I wore and the […]

CUB Film Review: Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

Quentin Tarantino does not need an introduction, but if you do need any information, he’s a classic and controversial figure who makes films that are often slow‐paced, dialogue‐heavy, violent and […]

Queer Voices on the Intersection of Queerness and Mental Health

TW: Queerphobia, Homophobia, Transphobia, Violence, Self-harm, Suicide, Hate crime, Mental illness, Mental health As we mark the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots this Pride month, it becomes important now […]

What will September bring?-Horoscopes for the new academic year!

September begins. Students prepare to go back to university and the pressures of studying again hit like a ton of bricks… or a ton of academic journals. So I think […]

Me, Myself & I

In today’s day and age, feminism if finally rising and gaining awareness. And though that’s fantastic, there are also some negative quirks. I feel as though some people interpret feminism […]

The Japanese House That Felt Like Home – Gig Review by Gem Stokes

The Japanese House (Amber Bain) emerged under the hand (and continued production) of The 1975, and has bloomed into a fully-fledged indie superstar, filling the space with an ethereal stage […]

Octavian, Endorphins – Album Review by Jake Rix

While not packing the immediate throat-punch of repeated trap-banger-influenced grime tracks which some may have expected upon hearing the simple yet drastically effective single ‘Bet’, French-born London rapper Octavian’s latest […]

Book Review: She Would Be King by Wayétu Moore

“A novel that is as rich in its fantastical character depth as it is in its history of Liberia and slavery” – a CUB must-read!   For my final review […]