Anna Thyregod Wilcks: “Linguistic racism is real and anglocentric culture is not helping.”
Francesca Lea discusses how books have become the nation’s favourite form of therapy in a stress-filled world.
Cara Lee discusses the way in which publishing has become a problematic popularity and beauty contest.
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.
The Norman Rea Gallery is the only student-run gallery in the UK and hosts some fantastic events for students and non-students alike, on the University of York campus.
We have probably all seen culture secretary Nadine Dorries’ recent car crash interview where she seems as much of a parody as comedian Sooz Kempner’s mocking impression. This follows the seemingly endless flow of memes about this Tory government and the cringeworthy clowns who make up Boris Johnson’s cabinet.
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.
From scenes of the film and official press interviews to Andrew Garfield obsessed TikTok videos (guilty as charged!), the latest Spider-Man film certainly left an impression. So why has the film been left out of the Oscars, one of the most prestigious film award ceremonies?