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.
By Jemima D’Souza. Yoga is a wonderful all-encompassing exercise and short home practice sequences are a great way to incorporate it into your life as a busy student.
By Joshua Jones. Following the Wesleyan Theological Society’s 54th meeting, Joshua shares his experience of the conference. Supported by St John’s Student Opportunities Fund.
By Alice Healy. The problem of fast fashion is becoming increasingly acknowledged, but what can we realistically do about it?