All posts tagged education

“LET THERE BE BREAKING NEWS AND ANALYSIS”

This column is dedicated to all things Middle East – whether that be a cultural take on the region or a political commentary of current events. We decided to take […]

Preview: Ravensbourne Degree Show 2018

One of the most appealing things about creative talent is its diversity and constant change. Young incoming artists especially hold awe-inspiring potential, as they become ready to introduce their innovative […]

Jordan Peterson and Generalising the Left

Oh Jordan Peterson, you saviour of the neckbeards, you tidier of untidy rooms, you pariah of lobsters; its been a couple of years since you railed against Canada’s hate-speech laws, […]

Tories, Tactics, and Tuition Fees

I was listening to The News Quiz on BBC Radio 4, because I am just that cool, and one of the panellists was asked about Labour’s new policy on animal […]

Queen Mary’s Visual Arts Collective

This winter, after a year-long hiatus, Queen Mary’s Visual Arts Collective reappeared with a call for visual art from students of all disciplines. The Visual Arts Collective was formed in […]

Simon Jenkins is Completely Wrong About Higher Education In A Move That Did Not Surprise Me At All.

This week, I want to deal with Simon Jenkins’ fresh out the oven hot take on education. Not only is it wrongheaded, it flies in the face of the spirit […]

TEDx UCL Women: women inspiring women

TEDx UCL Women was hosted at Queen Mary this year and held in the Great Hall in People’s Palace. It was a jam-packed day of inspirational talks, broken up by […]

The Lobster Quadrille

So, this week on Tuesday, 10th October, is World Mental Health Day. The World Federation for Mental Health Organisation stipulate the day ‘provides an opportunity for all stakeholders working on […]

Millennial 2.0? 

So as far as I know, I’m a Millennial. I come under the age bracket which ranges, roughly, from those born in mid-eighties, to just before the millennium and apparently, […]