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 Nick Searle-Donoso. In a review of Alishaan, Nick finds a solid and student-friendly option.
By Hannah Bardsley. A discussion of the Grammy Awards – selection, bias and audience involvement.
By Freya Thomas. A discussion of ‘London Calling’ at the Museum of London and the significance of The Clash.
By Nick Searle-Donoso. In a review of a Durham student favourite – La Spaghettata – Nick finds an authentic Italian experience with a distinctive Durham twist.
By Nick Searle-Donoso. In a visit to The Cellar Door, Nick finds a fascinating attempt to bring fine dining to the antiquity of Durham.
By Molly Byford. A reflection on Quakerism’s founding principles and what they might be able to offer to a universal culture.
By Freya Thomas. A review of art’s potential to raise environmental awareness, focusing on the long-standing collaborating artists, Heather Ackroyd and Dan Harvey.
By Jack Walsh. A commentary on Douglas Murray’s new title – The Madness of Crowds.
By Nick Searle-Donoso. Visiting Durham’s Flat White Kitchen, Nick asks whether the food tastes as good as the subtly-filtered Instagram shots look.