• Style Inspirations From 2021’s Top Album Covers

    With the rapid increase of music streaming and downloads since the beginning of the pandemic, various artists have inspired new styles and trends. From eccentric animal print to oversized co-ords – this article will be looking at 2021’s top album covers, pulling out iconic style trends inspired by several artists,...
  • Flawes On Childhood, Autonomy, And Creativity In Ihe Time of Covid

    Bright, spacious, and seeped in colourful, synth-tinged euphoria, the sweet sounds of Flawes offer a hefty dose of escapism from unending lockdown mundanity. Titled Reverie after the state of fanciful musing, the band’s new EP is set to rocket them into the indie big-leagues, and set the tone for a...
  • An Interview With Harriet Frosh, Author Of ‘Space Taxis’

    Jerome Gerada Harriet Frosh is a current University of Nottingham English student and literary critic who has, more recently, become a published author. Her first novel, Space Taxis, co-written with her father, Adam Frosh, is a science-fiction fantasy tale that traverses different worlds, making for an all-round out-of-this-world reading...
  • Isolation Meals: What Can You Eat When the Cupboard’s Bare?

    With more and more of us confined to our houses under isolation rules, many of us are looking for ideas of what to cook while we wait for that all-important food delivery. Food editor, Alice Nott, provides us with some easy recipes made from staple non-perishable ingredients every student...
  • Stephen Hawking: A Tribute

    A wise, ageing man once said, “Life would be tragic if it weren’t funny.” This year, a year in which the ramifications and messages of that quotation could not ring truer, that wise, ageing man passed away at the age of seventy-six. Stephen Hawking was an inspiration to all....
  • Style Icon – Leonardo DiCaprio in Romeo + Juliet

    I don’t know about you, but I’m still hung up over Baz Lurhmann’s 1996 masterpiece, Romeo + Juliet. Young Claire Danes and a pre-Titanic Leonardo DiCaprio? Exquisite cinematography? An amazing 90’s-inspired soundtrack? A love story intertwined with a mafia crime family narrative? Original Shakespearean dialogue in a contemporary setting?...
  • Fashion Through The Ages

    Our mothers’ love and care is something we all miss during our long semesters away at uni, so here’s what mothers in the most beloved sitcoms wore throughout the 20th century. The 1950s: Lucy Ricardo from I Love Lucy was the picture of middle class housewife style that was...