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Eid: Part 2

*As the CUB website was recently down and Freshers week was in full swing, I must admit that this article is well overdue but just as informative. So, I apologise if the […]

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mother! Review – A Biblical Bludgeoning of Artistic Allegory that’ll leave you Speechless

Darren Aronofsky is a singular visionary in the pantheon of technically and narratively recalcitrant filmmaking. And his newest think-piece, mother!, might be his most daring and controversial work yet: seeing as […]

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Millennial 2.0? 

So as far as I know, I’m a Millennial. I come under the age bracket which ranges, roughly, from those born in mid-eighties, to just before the millennium and apparently, […]

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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 […]

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How To Stay Motivated!

DISCLAIMER: This article was inspired by hearing about success stories and listening to motivational speakers – like Eric Thomas. This is not, in any way, an official guideline for seeking […]

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Good and Evil [1/2] – The Two Faces of Morality

In HEADCANDY, we columnists Sophie and Harvey write about big topics from our respective philosophical and scientific perspectives. Any books or studies that come up week-by-week will feature at the bottom […]

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Ariana Grande Manchester Terror Attack: An Attack on the Arts

It is May 23rd, just gone midday, as I write this. Yesterday was such a beautiful day – London reached 24 degrees, it was like the beginning of summer – […]

A labourer stands on an apartment building under construction in a Jewish settlement known to Israelis as Har Homa and to Palestinians as Jabal Abu Ghneim, in an area of the West Bank that Israel captured in a 1967 war and annexed to the city of Jerusalem, October 28, 2014. REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun

Part I: Origins of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

In popular media, the Israeli-Palestinian conflict seems to play out on a daily basis. Strife and struggle in the West Bank and the Gaza strip play out in the papers […]

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Silence Review – Martin Scorsese proves why he is the God of Modern American Cinema

Silence, Scorsese’s 24th feature film, starts in darkness. Ambience rises, the sounds of the Japanese countryside, with birds tweeting, wind breezing. And then cut. The title. Silence. This simple sequence […]