All posts tagged freedom

Lush, Lawfulness and Lost Freedom: The Dystopian Novel and the Importance of Dissent

‘PAID TO LIE’, ‘#SPYCOPS’. These words, which could be found in many Lush stores across the country, have certainly caused a stir amongst the British public. Their campaign, which sought […]

REVIEW: The Myth of Sisyphus

The Myth of Sisyphus is an intense, though enigmatic, call to life. Not many of us can deny the pleasure that comes with reading, but for me, that effect has […]

Homesick? Save yourself 50% off your ticket home with GWR’s 16-25 Railcard!

You are in an unfamiliar world, working on your perceptions of university life as you move to a different place, constantly trying to find the best way to do things. […]

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 […]

Adult Playground at the Tate

Who says swings should just be for children? The Danish art collective ‘SUPERFLEX’ certainly don’t think this is the case. Until the 2nd of April 2018, they are giving members […]

It’s Time to Remove Labels

  Labels. Who needs them? While they might help clarify things for some people, I think they do more harm than good. I’m sure we all agree that sexuality is […]

TIME LAPSE: Interview

“The worst thing you can do is choke your actors” I sat down and spoke to writers and directors of Time Lapse, Stephan Ledesma and Jack Ridley, about writing collaboratively, […]

Post-Graduation Blues

Think of it like yoga: bend your body at a ninety degree angle, hands firmly on the mat shoulder width apart while balancing on your tip toes. You are in […]

Teacher Or Preacher

University students, on average, spend 40 hours minimum per week in class rooms and lecture halls. It depends on the type of course you are enrolled on – but it […]