By Freya Thomas. Janet Rogers first began her glass-work as a hobby, when she bought a soldering iron to make a stained-glass window for her front door. Ten years on and she now runs the Crushed Chilli Gallery, a beautiful space in which she creates, displays and sells her daring and colourful art work.
By Victoria Bullett. After many hours crammed in Economy seats designed for Oompa Loompas, I finally landed at Incheon International airport. I was going to spend two semesters at Korea University, in Seoul, and I had no idea what to expect.
By Clarissa Wemple. With summatives piling up and exam season looming, it’s easy to get caught up in the madness and forget what your true priority should be – yourself. Here are five tips to help you keep your mental well-being in check.
By Alice Healy. The influence of minimalism has now extended far beyond the severe geometric artwork of the late 20th century; its values of simplicity and reduction have more recently been applied to lifestyle.
By Lucy Mainwaring-Parr. Happiness is an elusive concept, a term used rather flippantly in daily conversations. It is seen as an “adult” goal and perhaps the most inescapable objective. However, as Hector shows, this idea is one to be challenged.
By Clarissa Wemple. On the eve of the Lunar New Year, the international students’ reps hosted a wonderful event in the Vasey room to celebrate the coming of the new year of the pig!
By Alice Sleightholme. In many ‘macho’ images, there is very little room for men to express their mental health; as a result, men can struggle to open up and talk about their issues.