All posts tagged memory

Exhibition Review: ‘I object – Ian Hislop’s search for dissent’.

Are you a natural rebel? A scandal-loving scallywag? A devious dissenter? Or perfectly provocative protester? If you are, then head down to the British Museum’s new exhibition, ‘I object: Ian […]

Thoughts Final-Years have had about graduating

For those of us graduating this year, it is safe to say that we can be divided into three groups. Group A comprises of students who are ecstatic to graduate […]

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 […]

Sidelined

If you don’t live in a hole in the ground, you will have been confronted with the media coverage on Nassar, Weinstein, and similar monsters on a daily basis over […]

Marjorie Prime Review – A Gentle, Gracious Meditation on Memory and Mourning, with a Holographic Jon Hamm to Boot

There are two kinds of science fiction. There are the big-budgeted spectacles that seek to explore uncharted universes, with lavish set designs and ambitious narratives. And then there is the […]

CUB Writer’s favourite places.

And now for something a little different. This week, London asked some of CUB’s best team members for their favourite spots in London. Whether you are a flu-riddled fresher, or […]

With Child

In an aisle at the supermarket’s centre was a shelf of too-large-to-be-true Perspex boxes. In every box was another box: a little white one, and in every little white box […]

Selfie to Self-Expression

It’s something we’re all guilty of: the selfie. Admittedly, as I press the button to take the snap I capture a hypocrite who also preaches about the selfie being a […]

Vicious Cycle

Once in a while, I’m struck by the realisation that I’m playing out a scenario with a boy that’s already been played out with a boy before him. That I’ve […]