All posts tagged student magazine

Feeling lonely? You’re not alone

When I was trying to find a theme for this column, I spent ages looking for something that I really felt passionate about, until I realised it had been staring […]

You’re looking at video Gaming Disorder the wrong way

Controversy has been stirred up concerning the fact WHO has added ‘Gaming Disorder’ in its disease classification manual… so of course video game journalists and in-denial gamers are going to […]

A Sense of An Ending

I have written before about how it feels to leave QMUL. I found that ruminating on it, having to produce some writing about it, doesn’t make the action of leaving […]

Second Last Column

I began to write this from my room in a Travelodge. I was recently at a small conference where undergraduates came together to discuss their research, and I was presenting […]

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, […]

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 […]

An Evening of Meat by Performance Artist Kate March

Anyone who knows me can attest to me being a dedicated vegetarian, so they might be surprised to find that when offered to attend a night out named An Evening […]

Tories, Tactics, and Tuition Fees

I was listening to The News Quiz on BBC Radio 4, because I am just that cool, and one of the panellists was asked about Labour’s new policy on animal […]