• Team Trees: The YouTube Project with a Twist

    I’m very much enjoying this new swathe of community action against climate change in the face of governmental apathy. I often wonder what high up in power are thinking, as they watch the world rally behind a 16-year-old or protest in a multitude of cities worldwide....
  • Why We Love Untitled Goose Game

    Emily investigates indie darling Untitled Goose Game‘s cultural staying power. The gaming community right now is obsessed with House House’s Untitled Goose Game, and at first glance it seems like just another trend people are jumping on. However, the game is actually the perfect example of a simple idea...
  • YouTube: A Haven for Creators or a Platform Driven Only by Profit?

    YouTube has clearly evolved since it was first introduced to the world in 2005, though many believe that it was not for the better. Initially created by a group of friends hoping to help people share videos, it was later sold to Google, and has since become increasingly focused...
  • Introduction to: BSL Poetry

    Last year, Arts Editor Esther was fortunate enough to hear Daisy Edwards talk about the importance of BSL Poetry at one of the University’s fantastic Poetry Exchange events. One year later, she now catches up with both Daisy, and current Sign Soc president Federica Rizzi, to further discuss the...
  • Fashion and Beauty YouTubers You Should be Following

    Sometimes it seems impossible to find anyone new and fun to subscribe to on YouTube. It is a behemoth platform, a whirlpool of content. It is unsurprising that you can go years without even hearing of some Youtubers, and there will undoubtedly be plenty deserving of a place on...
  • Press For Progress: Why Lilly Singh is Revolutionising Late Night TV

    Nearly 100 years ago, British women gained the right to vote for the first time. Fast forward to 1986, Joan Rivers became the first woman to have her own late-night talk show on Fox. Now, in 2019, Lilly Singh has become first woman to host her own late-night TV...
  • YouTube Demonetises Anti-Vaccine Videos – Too Little Too Late?

    The appearance of adverts next to controversial YouTube videos has once again raised the issue of social media as a propagator of unsafe content. After reviewing where their adverts were being used, big name brands, including Nestle and Kellogg’s, found their adverts being associated with anti-vaccination channels. Needless to...