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Five Things K-Dramas Do Not Teach You About Life in Seoul

Wandering Seoul Column: Prepare to immerse yourself into the historically beautiful, technologically advanced and remarkable culture of South Korea. CUB Magazine’s column ‘Wandering Seoul’, written by Ruby Punt, aims to […]

Censoring Plastic

You may have recently noticed that your go-to filter on Instagram is missing. Last month, Instagram announced of their intention to ban all augmented reality filters that promote ‘cosmetic surgery’ […]

Baby it’s cold outside

It’s cuffing season and the boys passing by are looking like a snack. It’s that time of the year – you’re lonely, vulnerable and feeling the pull to cuddle.  For […]

Mental Health Awareness on your Year Abroad

Whilst many of us are getting back into the swing of university life, plenty of students will be well into the first few months of their year abroad. Although this […]

What’s the Box Series: Part 3- Peeling the Third Layer: Real You vs Online You

Hi Everyone! August is going by super-fast and before you know it, it’ll be fresher’s week soon. Coursework, reports…ah let’s not get there, we’ve still got about a month left. […]

Love Island: The Sacredness of Sisterhood

Love Island 2019 has finally come to a dramatic end, crowning Amber Rose Gill and Greg O’Shea as the rightful winners of the show. The series undoubtedly has a huge […]

It Is What It Is?— Power and Passivity as Seen on Love Island

As Brits, we all know the power of being passive aggressive — a trait that is perfectly encapsulated on this series of ITV2’s Love Island. “Can we have a chat?” […]

The Dangerous Misconceptions of Sex Positive Feminism

From supporting and safeguarding sex-workers, to openly speaking about sexual preferences and consent in healthy spaces, sex-positive feminism aims to make itself accessible to all types of women; it is […]