By Alice Sleightholme. The hard-hitting and ground-breaking anti-sexual assault and women’s empowerment movement #MeToo has been a constant feature of public conversation since its start in 2017. However, many women, and indeed men, across the globe still ask, do these movements involve me?
Many of us still feel pressure to find a New Me with the New Year. But nobody is perfect. If we choose to make a change in our lives, shouldn’t it be exactly that: a choice?
Professor Roy Quinlan delivered a fascinating talk on the biological mechanisms behind visual perception at Cafe Scientifique.
It seems an almost insurmountable task to create an entirely eco-friendly holiday season, but there are some easy swaps to make our white Christmases a little greener.
It’s almost Christmas, and that makes us think of the comfort and warmth of family and being home. But in today’s world, we cannot help but also associate Christmas with the buying and exchanging gifts. Unfortunately, it is the fact that giving necessitates buying, that has seemingly become prominent; in consumer markets, buying has become the equivalent of giving.
By Alice Sleightholme, first year Geography student Whilst products such as frozen yogurt and herbal…
By Sherlock Shi, first year Psychology student I think we all have encountered this situation…