By Lucy Mainwaring-Parr. Melissa McCarthy’s name, since her standout appearance in the slap-stick comedy Bridesmaids in 2011, has grown synonymous with screwball performances and incredulous plots. But her new serious biopic may be one of the best performances of her career.
Thanks to the St. John’s Student Opportunities Fund, I was able to present a paper that I had been thinking about for months.
By Miro Cafolla. For the 2018/19 Café Scientifique series, John’s hosted two brilliant talks focusing on some of the biggest energy challenges facing humanity. Has the future arrived?
By Emily Martin. An honest look at how Christians reconcile faith and Jesus’ words ‘do not be anxious about tomorrow’ with the experience of anxiety and mental illness, and how all of us can support each other and learn that it is acceptable for us to feel exactly how we feel.
By Chahat Paruthi. On a 17-hour flight with the most unengaging movie list, there really isn’t much I can do, to keep myself occupied and entertained. After watching three movies, I resolved to thinking.
By Noreen Mansuri, MA in Theology and Religion. The city of Durham itself is an…
By Catherine Perkins. Next time you make the stressful run down to Tesco to dive into the chocolatey summative-abyss, take a second to find the Fairtrade Foundation logo.