Emily Smith discusses the recent “That Girl” trend on TikTok and why it’s problematic.
We are reading more books. During the pandemic one medium in particular reached new heights: the audiobook.
Where were you when you found out that Kim Kardashian and Kanye West were divorcing? When Scarlett Johnanson and Colin Jost got married and, most frighteningly, when the allegations of Armie Hammer’s cannibalism catapulted into pop culture news?
In an age of apology videos from influencers, and light being shone on past actions, the question of accountability for what we say and do online is inevitable.
Whose opinion would you trust more: 3,000 members of the public or a singular reviewer? As a creature of habit, it seems that I am unable to watch any film on Netflix until I know that it has a rating of 3.6 stars or above on Letterboxd.
Euphoria content has found its way into all forms of social media. So why is it that Euphoria is the new cult addiction? And, what does it say about our generation? Above all else, it isn’t exactly a TV series filled with ‘good choices’.
By Olivia Ross While browsing on Instagram, I came across a screenshot that made me stop. Normally I ignore these ‘so relatable’ tweets but this one was interesting. Something to know about […]
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, […]
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.