Ottaline Wallace Happy Ed Balls day! It’s celebration time, as today marks the tenth anniversary of its birth. For the past decade, a very niche and underground #edballsday subculture has been thriving, […]
Nikhil is a model and performer based in London. After completing his A-Levels and a Musical Theatre course at the Arts Educational Schools London, he moved onto train in Musical Theatre at […]
Zara Agha Ah, Sharpay Evans. You love to hate her. She’s one diva in a long line of overtly feminine women who are routinely demonised in Hollywood. That’s right, I’m suggesting Sharpay […]
Zara Agha discusses how breakup songs exhibit the tragedy paradox.
Literature is all too often a victim of misquotation and misattribution. These mistakes, once made, proliferate at an alarming rate, entrenching what John Green never said and what Virginia Woolf said in slightly different words in the public memory. Or should I say public imagination?
“15 Hour study with me” and “my 5am School morning routine” are just two of the many videos released to Youtube’s ‘studytube’ community by two of its most popular personalities- Ruby Granger and Unjadedjade.
Content warning: sexual harassment, assault, rape Pupils of Highgate School staged a walkout last Thursday, March 22nd over allegations that the school upholds a ‘rape culture’. Credit: Reuters Earlier this month, a […]
Elizabeth Baker talks to the Founder and Editor of The Record Press, York’s new music magazine.
Ffion Wyn Jones Back in the blissful, distant past of March 2020 when we were naive enough to believe that Covid would be a distant memory by the summer, it seemed to […]
Ffion Wyn Jones With high-waisted jeans, bright colours and Stevie Nicks very much in vogue, the 80s aesthetic is coveted by many. It’s long been known that fashion trends are cyclical, but […]