• Feminist Criticism In Games: Thank You, Anita Sarkeesian

    Emily Ash Emily celebrates the positive impact feminist game critic Anita Sarkeesian has had on her life. A lot of negativity has been published about Anita Sarkeesian’s video essay series Tropes vs Women in Video Games (TvW); there was negativity at the time, and there’s still negativity now. So,...
  • Forgotten Feminists – Eleanor Roosevelt

    Isabelle and Lauren discuss first lady Eleanor Roosevelt and the incredible steps forward she took in her lifetime to ensure better equality.  Isabelle Raikes and Lauren Mcgaun Featured image courtesy of Phoebe Raine and Impact Podcasts via Canva.  Music courtesy of audionautix.com   For more podcast content, as well as uni news,...
  • Creative Corner: Small Spaces by Emily Mae

    When I read that the national average is a size 16 Like we’re all statistics in a clothing regime That I’m three sizes short of, but still considered by some as ‘fat’ For my wide hips and lack of a thigh gap I question why I care, but can’t...
  • Creative Corner: Womankind

    She teeters. It will take 118 years until the global pay gap  between men and women finally closes.   She waits. One foot wedged on a crescent moon of a cradle, she rocks half the world to sleep. A basket of the deep Pacific sways atop her head, brimming,...
  • London Fashion Week: The Look For Less

    With Fashion Month in full swing, Impact Style now brings you the best looks from London for Autumn Winter 2015/16. But here’s the best bit: we’ve trailed the high street to get ahead of the trends and let you know what’s available now and will last you through the next couple...
  • Tits N Shout: What Do You Think About The Page 3 Boycott?

    In line with the national ‘No More page 3’ campaign, the SU council passed a motion on Tuesday 11th March, by a majority vote, to ban the sale of The Sun and The Daily Star from the SU shop in Portland Building. The boycotting of these publications is a...
  • Album Review: Kate Nash – Girl Talk

    When Lady Sovereign left the music scene we were left with a gap, an absence of plastic gold and colloquial lyrics. Then smashing through this invisible wall of quirky lyricism we got Kate Nash who provides the music for young girls who want to show off by listening to...