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    Steven Weinberg: ‘A Step Closer To The God Equation’

    Christina Giallombardo Steven Weinberg. It’s not a name most would have heard of, yet his contributions to science have been astounding. Weinberg, hailed as one of the greatest theoretical physicists of all time, whose conceptual breakthroughs revolutionised particle physics, quantum field theory and cosmology, passed away on 23 July,...
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    Do We Stand A Chance In The Fashion Or Modelling Industry?

    The term nepotism is often affiliated and used in accordance with celebrities. This is because of the argument that without influence and status, celebrities would not be as successful as they currently are....
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    National Food Strategy: Farming, Meat And Climate Change

    Rian Patel Rolling fields of mustard yellows, greens and cereal browns cover so much of the British Isles. Complementing the arable land, you may see sheep grazing, cows sitting, and chickens wandering. The National Food Strategy views these sights as traditional and important to the landscape and culture of...
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    The Rise Of Body Jewellery

    In recent years, the obsession with body jewellery has re-emerged, especially during the pandemic. However, do we know the history behind these pieces of jewellery and do we need to consider if we are undertaking a form of cultural appropriation? ...
  • Travelling After July 19th? What You Need To Know

    As we are starting to see a light at the end of the Covid-19 pandemic tunnel, there has been a lot of doubt surrounding potential travel plans for the summer. The whole of the UK has been waiting patiently for July 19th – but what does this mean for...
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    National Food Strategy: Inequality and the ‘Junk-Food Cycle’

    Rian Patel Soon after the government-commissioned National Food Strategy Part 2 was published, tabloids and the news reeled off headlines spreading the word about a possible incoming sugar and salt tax on our foods. ‘Bonkers’, described The Sun. ‘Boris’ war on chocolate biscuits!’, cried The Daily Express. ‘…tax will...
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    Hunting For WW2 Submarines Helps To Prove Tectonic Plate Theory

    Sayumi Panditharatne Did you know that, 300 million years ago, Britain used to be geographically very close to the equator, with temperatures hotter than the most recent summer days? Why are we closer to the north pole now? And why do mountains exist underwater? In our pre-occupied lifestyles here...