By Miro Cafolla. An account of a recent Café Politique discussion between Professor Aileen McHarg and Dr Benedict Douglas, on whether the UK needs a written constitution.
By Clarissa Wemple. Ever wondered which category of the John’s Chronicle blog you’d fit best? We’ve got the quiz for you!
By Miro Cafolla and Alice Keith. A discussion of the first Café Politique on the Second Amendment to the US Constitution.
By Lucy Mainwaring-Parr. Inspired by Café Scientifique, Lucy considers how the simulation hypothesis relates to cinema and the moral dilemmas it raises.
By Nick Searle-Donoso. Once you eventually reach the café, the tantalising smell of waffle batter, full of potential and possibility, hits you. A review of Waffley Good Company.
By Nina Kümin. An account of volunteering as an English teacher in Bali. Supported by St John’s Student Opportunities Fund.
By Jack Walsh. A discussion of the issues current society faces through stifled conversation and tribalism.