Carrie shares her predictions and thoughts on the nominations of the upcoming 66th Annual Grammy Awards.
Sarah contemplates the universal difficulty of trying to be an adult as a student, despite feeling very much still like a child.
Isabelle considers the benefits of embracing ‘purple prose’ in the age of AI.
Daisy discusses the new wave of cancel culture looming over Halloween.
Carrie ‘cuts to the core’ of what defines a perfect apple by ranking her top five.
We’re still being left in the red when it comes to period products and, quite frankly, I’m not bloody surprised
Niamh exposes how the ‘tampon tax’ perpetuated by retailers and the British government fails to provide sustainable and affordable menstruation products.
Isabelle poses the question: is space exploration worth the cost?
Jordan hopes that the Academy will recognise comedy as a valuable form of media.
Isabelle argues for the importance of colour in Czech and Slovak “Paneláky” housing, and reflects on its political connotations.
Eden examines the flaws in performing and teaching media from the past to modern audiences.