A Song of Isolation and Farage

(Editor: I decided a bit of satire was in order. With Britain leaving the EU, and Game of Thrones leaving our screens for a year, the time was ripe.) Britain has voted to leave the EU, Brexit has come, and in the wake of this many have been speculating what future we might expect. Amid…

A Letter to Whitehall

(Editor: An impassioned polemic by our writer Jake Daniels, delivering the rage many have felt in the past few days.) To the political class, You did this. All of you. All the politicians and members of parliament in your little partisan circles. It feels like a member of the family has died; the youth of…

Intersecting Inequalities

(Editor: The recent stirrings at the NUS over Malia Bouattia had us looking back at over similar furore in the last year, and we recalled there was an article we had never put up for some reason that still felt relevant now) Recently comments have been made by the director of OFFA – Prof Les…

Artist of the Month: Serge Marshennikov

Modern art seems to have gotten itself a reputation for being a load of squiggles and lines haphazardly thrown onto a canvas and called ‘art’. The catchphrase for the modern art movement has widely been ‘A two year old could have done that!’, and it’s very much a Marmite movement in that sense, but it’s…