All posts tagged March

Are we in a student suicide crisis? Numbers are rising and is anything being done about it?

University, the best years of our lives, right? We hear it everywhere that students have it easy. Apparently, we don’t have to worry about the real world and we all […]

Martin Solveig: Electropop Nostalgia

The room is hot and the music is loud. Close your eyes to the flashing neon lights and iPhone screens and you are transported into another time. You enter another […]

Women’s History Month at Threadneedle Bar

Who run the world? Girls. (yes I did just start my article by quoting Beyoncé!) In recognition of this, and to celebrate Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day on […]

Women’s March London: TIME’S UP

Today marked an important moment for contemporary feminism. Thousands of people braved the rain and snow to support the Time’s Up Rally, organized by Women’s March London, to protest gender […]

ALBUM REVIEW: Mallory Knox’s ‘Wired’

★★★ Mallory Knox’s latest release is entertaining and accessible but lacks variety. According to their label, RCA, Mallory Knox are becoming ‘the vital voice of the modern rock generation’. Although […]

The xx Take Over Brixton

For the last week, the sign outside the O2 Academy Brixton has read ‘The xx: 7 Nights Sold Out’. After originally announcing only three shows at the venue in November […]

‘Condolences’: Interview

“I want it to be instinctive” Queen Mary Theatre Company’s New Writers’ Festival is being performed on the first weekend of March. To celebrate one of the society’s best festivals, […]

Patricia Highsmith’s Little Tales of Misogyny- Little Tales for Nasty Women

Now don’t be fooled by the title, Highsmith’s short story collection doesn’t paint pictures of rotten men, and victim women. Instead Highsmith creates a sweetshop’s worth of lurid, eccentric, strange, […]