• ‘POST HUMAN: SURVIVAL HORROR’: The Evolution of Bring Me The Horizon

    From dodging gravel and ketchup onstage at 2008's Reading Festival as the band catapulted through the nauseating debut Count Your Blessings, to selling out arena's with the doomy electro-rock of amo over a decade later, the career of Sheffield titans Bring Me The Horizon has been far from an...
  • Cineworld closures: The changing viewing experience in the isolation age

    Emily Fletcher In another blow to the creative industries, the closure of 127 Cineworld establishments in the UK, and the midweek closure of a quarter of Odeon and Vue’s venues, has brought into question the future of our entertainment industry. With lack of content being produced for distribution, and...
  • Home or Away? The Evolution of the Workplace

    The onset of Covid-19 has meant that many more people are having to adapt to working from home and the challenges that this can bring. Yet, over time, traditional office jobs seem to have become a thing of the past from many and employers have increasingly taken to promoting remote working. So what...
  • The Evolution of the ‘Night Out’

    Everyone is aware that the average British person loves a good night out, with many films and TV shows portraying British people as experts in the field. However, it seems that over the decades what this traditional ‘night out’ entails has slightly differed and changed. This may be a...
  • Animal Sentience or Just Plain Nonsense?

    The government’s recent decision to scrap the EU law that non-human animals are sentient beings is a controversial one, to say the least. In the interest of clarity, the government have neither explicitly denied nor supported the EU law. But this has led many to question whether this leaves...
  • Interview: Sabrina Carpenter

    With 1 million Twitter followers and over 3 million Spotify listeners, Sabrina Carpenter’s fame is no secret. The Vamps and Sabrina Carpenter have been taking the UK by storm, having played a show here in Nottingham on May 17th. I caught up with Sabrina backstage at the Motorpoint Arena...
  • ‘Breaking News’: The Evolution of Cutlery

    Many articles range from the irrelevant to the downright bizarre, as reporters grasp at straws to keep our attention. Thank goodness, that we can still rely on BBC News to address the important issues. The BBC’s most recent investigation: the scandalous phenomenon of specialist cutlery. Rumours have been rife...