Charlotte considers the popularity and relevance of the new Hunger Games film to the current political climate.
Michael describes how the Dome of the Rock’s construction and architecture reflect the cultural syncretism policy of the Umayyad empire.
Sarah contemplates the universal difficulty of trying to be an adult as a student, despite feeling very much still like a child.
Charlotte explains Mulvey’s notion of the female gaze and discusses its relevance in today’s cinematic landscape.
Carrie gives her ranking of the track list to Olivia Rodrigo’s latest album, GUTS.
Sarah contemplates the annual readjustment to life in St Andrews as we return in September.
Charlotte reckons with her perspective as a Londoner in response to the viral ‘Tube Girl’.
Imogene discusses the history of return entrants in Eurovision and how this year’s contest might be a record-breaker.
Charlotte reflects on the death of legend Paul O’Grady and how he introduced the magic of drag queens to the British public.
Hannah discusses our emotional attachment to hair.