• Misogyny and Double-Standards in Fangirl Culture

    Ellie Jupp Throughout fandom culture, both stars at the centre of Hollywood, and the fans themselves, have always faced a sexist double-standard in the levels of respect that they receive from the media. From male celebrities being praised while female celebrities are bashed over the same thing, to the...
  • Celebrating Christmas Across The Globe

    Emma Burnett In the UK, our Christmas traditions are so ingrained that it is easy to forget that other countries have completely different approaches to the festive season. Emma Burnett explores different Christmas traditions around the globe.  Germany Famous for their festive markets, Germans know how to make a...
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    Getting in the Flow: A Beginner’s Guide on Why and How to Start Yoga

    With up to 460,000 Brits taking yoga classes each week, alongside the many thousands more practising at home, it is safe to say this ancient spiritual practice has embedded itself within Western culture. It is reassuring, however, to know that 44.8% of those who practise yoga consider themselves to...
  • “Everyone is Entitled to Basic Human Rights”: The Work of Amnesty International

    Not many people have the courage to act when they turn on the news and hear of a life-changing humanitarian disaster. But for Peter Benenson, his rage was ignited. Whilst doing his everyday route through The London Underground, this young barrister saw an opportunity to make a difference after...
  • “5th November 2023: If anyone ever publishes my journal, I’m screwed” … My Journalling Experience, and How to Kickstart Your Own

    Leacsaidh MacDonald Marlow Journalling has been the subject of many social media trends and pop culture tropes, from the ‘secret diary’ being most commonly associated with young teenage girls, to also becoming a wellness trend and a key part of the ‘that girl’ image. The image of journaling or...
  • How to Welcome Change in Your Twenties

    Jamey Heron-Waterhouse Change is a phenomenon that follows us through our lives, constantly disrupting our patterns and pushing us towards new experiences whether we like it or not. To state the obvious, change can be good or bad. The key is to not let it break us, and to...
  • The Five Love Languages: How We Can Apply Them in Our Daily Lives

    Charlotte Deville Developed by American marriage counsellor Gary Chapman and diffused with his 1992 publication of ‘The Five Love Languages: How to Express Heartfelt Commitment to Your Mate’, the theory of ‘The Five Love Languages’ has captured popular imagination ever since. In the past decade, the theory has become...