All posts tagged greece

Mumma Mia, Here We Go Again, Another Sequel

Lead. The sequel to the 2008 smash hit has been widely anticipated, not just by ABBA lovers. News of Cher joining the cast only increased the expectations of fans and […]

A Bit Of Good News

After the scaremongering I’ve seen in the papers about how we need to stockpile on European resources in case of a no-deal Brexit (I don’t want Brexit as much as […]

What is the Human Soul, and Where Does it Come From? [1/2]

As human nature demands, mankind appears endlessly interested in diagnosing his own self, and his existence in relation to the world. The concept of human consciousness has been debated painstakingly […]

The Real Consequences Of Italy’s Referendum : Another Fallen Domino?

Matteo Renzi, Italian PM, has resigned after a heavy defeat in a referendum on the Italian Constitution. Renzi’s attempts to reform the deadlocked political system, investing more power in the […]

Excuse My French, Part 8: L’Expresso Strikes Back

Naturally, all it took for me to abandon the many reasons for missing a Tuesday night out at Espresso was the right text from the right person: “You out tonight?” […]

It’s all Greek

When I started at university and had to tell people that aren’t doing a Politics degree that I yes, I am doing one, and no, I don’t find it boring […]

Roya’s Travels: Donkey Jaunts

I walked over to the hill where we used to go and sled. There were a lot of little kids there. I watched them flying. And I thought that all […]

Roya’s Travels: A Greek Island

“I love England in a heatwave. It’s a different country. All the rules change… People are more at ease- a couple of days of sunshine and we become Italians.” (Atonement) I’m […]

Living the Greek Life

The Grecian summer holiday should be on everyone’s bucket list. Of course I’m not saying this because I’m Greek, but I’m sure that almost all of you know about our reputation. We’re […]