All posts tagged CUB

Banksy: Activist, Anarchist, or Consumer Art Addict?

Banksy’s art, politics and controversies have made them a household name since their first appearances in the early 2000s. His works, which have appeared both on decrepit London walls and […]

The Importance of Hydration

We’ve all heard it before ‘drink plenty of water’ and all the benefits and what not. We get bored hearing the same thing over and over again. But recently, my […]

Exclusive Book Review: ‘Stealth’ by Hugh Fraser.

“An action-packed thriller with a powerful heroine.” – a CUB must-read! London, 1967. A working girl is brutally murdered in a club in Soho. Trained by her own life experiences, […]

The Best Vintage Shops in London

As new trends come and go throughout the seasons, it’s clear that a continuous trend is throwback fashion. Therefore visiting vintage shops is the perfect way to keep up to […]

Exclusive Review: Malcolm D. Lee’s ‘Night School’.

A film which destigmatises learning disabilities. Malcolm D. Lee’s new comedy Night School is about Teddy (Kevin Hart) who wants to obtain his GED, and attends a night school. There is […]

Double Exclusive Review: Venom & A Star Is Born.

Venom A film about Eddie Brock/Venom, Spider-Man’s famous foe, has been in the works ever since his appearance in Spider-Man 3. Whilst Sony Pictures and Marvel Studios decided to share […]

Film, Music, and Photography: Revisiting Control (2007)

“It’s all happening boys.” Most people’s familiarity with post-punk band Joy Division comes from the album cover for Unknown Pleasures (1979) that has been widely used, to put it mildly, […]

MUSE – An introduction

= M U S E = What MUSE is: Muse is a platform for anybody who is a girl, or identifies as one, at QMUL. No matter your race, religion, […]

Kavanaugh and women’s reproductive rights

For once in his presidency, President Trump delivered on one of his promises by nominating a pro-life candidate, Brett Kavanaugh, for a seat on the Supreme Court. Kavanaugh is a […]