• Style Icon: Eric from Sex Education

    Quirky, hilarious and excruciatingly awkward at times, Sex Education is a Netflix original TV series after my own heart. Eric (played by Ncuti Gatwa), protagonist Otis’ (Asa Butterfield) best friend, is by far my favourite character and is truly a style icon in his own right. From the first...
  • Festival Review: Green Man Festival

    Green Man once again stands up to its reputation as one of the Summer’s best festivals with incredible music, comedy and food – not to mention the setting. What’s all the hype about? Perhaps the festival’s secret is it seems to have sussed out co-existence at festivals. The demographic...
  • The General Election 2015: A Green future?

    The Green party has now achieved its highest 20 year rating in a Guardian/ICM poll. They stand at 9%, only two percentage points behind both UKIP and the Liberal Democrats. Combined with its huge boom in membership, currently over 44 thousand, it actually means they currently have more members...
  • The John Lewis advert represents everything wrong with Christmas

    Yes, it’s cute. Yes, it’s a beautiful story of childhood memories and the fundamental desire for love and companionship. Yet, does the fact that an advertisement is now part and parcel of our Christmas season not scream of all that is wrong about the celebration? For a start, the...
  • Science Behind…Doctor Who

    November 23rd will mark the 50th anniversary of the longest running sci-fi show in the world – Doctor Who. The show has come a long way over the years, as has the science behind the fiction. The writers in the 60’s wrote of fantastical scientific advances they could only...
  • TV licence: Any chance of a student discount?

    A student of politics learns far more about their subject during term-time than during the holidays, right? The soggy hills of Glastonbury or the bars of Amsterdam are surely no match for the academic heights of Hallward library? If you’re talking about what Karl Marx thought of capitalism or...