All posts tagged CUBMagazine

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Autonomous cars – the road to the future? [1/2]

In an ideal world, in order to get from A to B, the average human being wouldn’t have to grapple with the mysterious ways of clutch control, or learn how […]

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Looking-Glass House

The charity Mind, postulates: ‘Food plays an important part in our lives and most of us will spend time thinking about what we eat. Sometimes we may try to eat […]

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How Judy Hopps is a feminist icon

What crazy world are you living in where you think a bunny could be a cop? On the surface, Disney’s Zootopia is just a kids film about some cartoon animals. […]

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John Carpenter, Master of Disguise: Why He’s the Answer to that Classic Question of what Cinema Should Be

There’s that well-known argument between film fans: should cinema be art, or just pure entertainment? Can one be entertained by one of Andrei Tarkovsky’s slow-burning allegories, or find an artistic […]

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Thor: Ragnarok Review – Director Taika Waititi steals Thor’s Thunder in this Zippy, Quippy Threequel

In spite of its overwhelming success, the Marvel Cinematic Universe has been criticised in the past for not providing its directors with much room to express themselves personally: I myself […]

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Child of the Pure Unclouded Brow

F*cking hell. So, I just read over my article from last week, apologies guys that was pretty bleak. I’m sure you’ll be glad to read that this week’s is even […]

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Food for Thought

Hello, sexy reader! Consider this as your friendly reminder to not only take care of your nutritional diet, but also the brain ‘food’ you take in and digest every day! […]

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Dramatis Personae and Chessboard

So, it’s not been great recently. It hasn’t been my day, my week, my month, or even my year. I bet you all read that to the Friends theme tune […]

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The ethics of medical data records – is sharing, caring? [1/2]

In contemporary society, as the surveillance state and ‘big brother’ watch us scuttle around in the city below, privacy becomes an ethical issue that is deserving of a spotlight. Whilst the ‘incognito’ tab […]