All posts tagged Queen Mary

Should We Fear Advances in Artificial Intelligence? (Part II)

AI (artificial intelligence) is increasingly pervading the lives of modern day people – and at an unprecedented rate. Approximately 50 years ago, both mobile telephones and televisions were at the […]

Interviews Make My Nerves Emerge Like a Hydra

As I type this article on the Tube, I am pretty sure I just had the worst interview of my life. A month or so ago, I applied to do […]

Bereavement: Nothing Can Prepare You For That Feeling of Loss

When someone close dies, it’s awful. Even if you’ve known for some time that the end was approaching, nothing fully prepares you for the actual reality of it happening. Yes, […]

Celebrity Meltdowns: Mindless Entertainment? Subverted Envy? Perverse Voyeurism? Either Way, We Revel in the Spectacle du Jour of their Rise and Fall

‘The Biggest Celebrity Meltdowns: Shia LaBeouf to Christian Bale’ – Variety ‘Biggest Celebrity Meltdowns Ever’ – US Weekly ‘Top Ten Celebrity Meltdowns of All Time’ – YouTube ’18 truly spectacular […]

Labour’s Antisemitism Problem

Recently, Labour has been rocked by a new anti-Semitism scandal. Jeremy Corbyn pledged his support for a blatantly anti-Semitic mural that used to be not too far from our campus, […]

Zurich – An Alternative Rock Band with Warped Nods to 80s Electronica

The Oxford-based Alternative Pop/Rock band Zurich have already made a name for themselves since forming in 2014. With Adrian Banks on bass and vocals, Christian Gillett on guitar and vocals […]

A Bloodline Divorce: Parental Estrangement

‘Our families are supposed to be the ones who love us the most, who will take care of us and support us through difficult times. But what happens when they […]

The View From The Octagon

The Octagon is a beautiful room. You walk in and are met by Shakespeare, Milton, and Chaucer all staring down at you. Right now, however, they are staring not at […]

Home Strike: A feminist art exhibition subverting the role of ‘Woman’

The Home Strike exhibition at the L’etrangere gallery in Shoreditch brings together four women artists as they trace feminism from the 1970s to our contemporary political scene. While distinct in […]