By Gabriel Callaghan. Too many students haven’t experienced the ‘true north’. They feel trapped in the Durham bubble that is really a microcosm of the South. All it takes is a step outside of the city centre to find out how beautiful this part of the country is.
By Stephen Campbell. With thanks to the financial assistance of the St. John’s Student Opportunities Fund, I was able to travel to Laramie, Wyoming and Denver, Colorado.
By Alice Healy. Horse racing has long been seen as the ‘sport of kings’, for the fashionable and wealthy yet the glamorisation of this ‘sport’ masks the depths of cruelty faced by the very animals involved.
By Clarissa Wemple. Packing for uni is hard, particularly if you’re not sure what to expect. Clarissa shares 5 things that she brought with her, halfway around the world, that she really shouldn’t have wasted luggage space and energy on.
By David Wilkinson. In the last three weeks, David Wilkinson had overseas trips to Jerusalem, Kiev and Ireland.
By Catherine Perkins. An open and honest exploration of how disability impacts identity and how we can create joy and positivity by reshaping our definitions.
By Freya Thomas. You may have heard of Andy Warhol, but have you heard of Eduardo Paolozzi? The incredible artist combines modern machinary and popular culture in his artwork and had a big part in inspiring the Pop Art movement.