All posts tagged QMUL

Nick Knight, 1992

Leigh Bowery

Leigh Bowery was a man who was confidently unconventional. An icon. An enigma. The Australian-born performance artist, designer and model for artist, Lucian Freud, created controversial looks and embraced a […]

Small Town

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Dear Generic Small Town

In today’s post, Daniella shares some of her reflections having left her ‘Small Town’ for the ‘Big City’ and her fear of preferring one over the other…  Dear Generic Small Town, […]

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SPA & Journo Resources

Are you interested in gaining experience within the media industry and looking for ways to get involved? Look no further! Read on about how you can get involved and learn […]

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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 […]

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My Top 5 Places to go in East London

I have lived in London for 18 months now and I thought I’d made a short list of my favourite places to visit. I am very lucky that all of […]

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Posters in Parliament 2017

Part of the British Conference of Undergraduate Research. Hosted by University College London. On Tuesday 14th March Queen Mary’s University took two students, of which I had the privilege of […]

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International Women’s Day: a Call for Distress to be Met with Action

Happy International Women’s Day guys! The celebrations this week have been wonderful, it’s lovely to feel appreciated as a woman and to know that we are moving toward a world […]

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Clueless

Menstruation. Oh joy, Aunt Flow has come for her monthly visit. A woman’s period: a time of both relief (we’re not up the duff), and a rollercoaster of hormonal fluctuations […]

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On London and Dreams…

This is a slight deviation from our usual reviews and historical articles about the city, but as the semester is drawing to a close (are you panicking? I’m not panicking…) […]