• Fashion Icon: Joanna Kuchta

    I started following Joanna Kuchta on Twitter when I was in year eleven and I haven’t looked back since. Kuchta quickly became noticed by posting super cute (and sometimes controversial) pictures of her outfits and her previous boyfriend, Joe Fahy, creating an Instagram feed that is to die for....
  • Gaming Music – the Brilliance of MiracleOfSound and Dan Bull

    In many ways, I am musically incompetent. I know practically nothing about music, be it what’s good, what’s in the charts, who’s popular – genuinely, nothing. However, what I do know is video games, and anyone who’s spent as much time playing video games as me can appreciate the...
  • In Scott Laudati’s Bones – Can Music Videos Save Poetry?

    Chances are you haven’t noticed, but poetry has experienced something of a revival recently. Love her or loathe her, Rupi Kaur’s collections have been flying off shelves, with no intention of stopping, faster than you can say ‘Instagram poetry is shit’. Claudia Rankine’s brilliant and experimental Citizen: An American...
  • What’s up with the Charts?

    You’ve just left for lectures, walked out the door, headphones on, and you’re about to click ‘shuffle play’ on the top charts playlist, only to hear Ed Sheeran’s ‘Perfect’ come on…AGAIN. Although I think it’s safe to say that the trauma of Ed Sheeran’s Divide album occupying the entirety...
  • Content Warning: The Problem With YouTube

    In the aftermath of the Logan Paul controversy, YouTube has come under fire from users and creators alike for its poor handling of inappropriate content on the site. With over 300 hours of video uploaded every minute, it’s easy to see how policing the site has come to be...
  • A Fresh Year For Our Freshers’ Columnist

    This column is being written at 2:38 in the morning on the 17th of January. It is too early to justify this column being representative of January, but it’s my column. There is still an element of absurdity over that fact, but I suppose it means I can write...
  • Dealing With A Diagnosis Of The New Years Blues

    Christmas is over. You’ve eaten your entire body weight in Christmas food, and to top it all off, exams are just around the corner…face it, you’ve got the New Year Blues. But don’t worry, I know January seems like the start of a year with empty resolutions and extra...