By Eleanor Dye. Miller was a controversial figure, yet in 2019, with a sensational series of four Arthur Miller plays due on the London stage, there seems to have been an overwhelming resurge of Miller’s popularity: more so, his status as the writer of American classics. What changed?
By Athena Kung. There’s so much more to Chinese New Year than you might expect, and given it’s coming up next week, I figured I would try and demystify it a bit.
By Emily Griffiths. It’s fair to say this year’s University Challenge team has got Durham talking. But why does a show originating from the 1970s continue to hold such a presence and, indeed, momentum, which shows no signs of slowing down?
By Sarah Garland. Creativity is often something that is easier said than done: for some of us creativity doesn’t seem to enter our lives at all, while for others, we strive for creativity, but often feel like we fall short of the creative lives that we have dreamed for ourselves.
By Freya Thomas. Heralded as a ‘once in a generation opportunity’, the British Library’s latest exhibition brings together an incredible collection of manuscripts and artefacts covering a span of six-hundred years.
By Athena Kung. Going on holiday is always fun. However, in light of increased awareness surrounding environmental degradation and conservation, maybe it’s time we stop leaving everything behind when we go on our next adventure and keep our environmental consciousness with us.
By Kathleen Chen. Since the second term is starting, I decided to put together a short little ‘To-do List’ of things in John’s based on mine and other Johnians’ opinion to help you get a fresh kick-start into college for the new year and term!