All posts tagged culture

Photography by Josh Rawlinson.

Consciousness and Perception – are you aware? [1/2]

Is the experience of consciousness a universal one? If so, how could we ever prove this? When does consciousness begin, or end? These questions remain mostly unanswerable by the greatest […]

Photography by: Josh Rawlinson

Have Advancements in Technology and Science Actually Made Us Happier? – [2/2]

Research into the psychological effects of social media is, as one would expect, a new and developing field. EPJ Data Science is one journal dealing with this and publishing research […]

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Cézanne is not to be missed

Having holidayed in Paris in the summer and visited the portraits of Paul Cézanne at the Musée d’Orsay (Paris’ equivalent of the Tate Modern), I can give you an inside […]

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When Friendships End

Why is it that, in our admiration of well known women, or our support of women in our wider communities, we forget to support those around us? Occasionally, friendships between […]

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London’s Soul: The South Bank

Today’s article is a stark contrast from the previous article for the London section of CUB. The entry titled: The Alchemist, posted a fortnight ago, recommended physical alcoholic and non-alcoholic cocktails London has […]

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The House Upon the Hill

Once upon a lonely hill, There stood a house with painted doors, A box beneath the window sill, A view across the moors.   I made a promise once to […]

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How IMAX Creates Experience – Dunkirk and the Brilliance of 70mm

In 1512, Michelangelo completed his fresco on the ceiling on the of the Sistine Chapel. A four-year endeavour that depicts some of the seminal moments of the Christian doctrine, from […]

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I remember when the boatman found you Floating In the Schelde, And plucked you out as if you were A Clump Of damp black hair, Knotted around a shallow drain. […]

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Final Stroke – A Found Poem

As anyone who has taken the Modernism module whilst studying English Literature at Queen Mary will know, a Found Poem is created by taking words, phrases and passages from other sources […]