By Harry Troise. Following a recent lecture by Stephen Davies, Harry shares his thoughts about political realignment and the landscape that we find ourselves in.
As part of Disability Awareness Week, a Johnian has decided to defy stereotypes about autism.
By Alice Sleightholme. Greta is perhaps the fiercest and most admirable 16-year-old. She is undoubtedly an embodiment of the determination, inspiration and, indeed, the activism we and our planet so desperately need.
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 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 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 Miro Cafolla. On the 4 March 2019, St John’s had the great pleasure of listening to a talk by Jurriaan Husken, Professor of Supramolecular Chemistry & Nanofabrication Molecular Nanofabrication group on Nanochemistry for biosensing.
By Alice Healy. Greenwashing is a marketing technique in which corporations falsely claim to be implementing ethical or environmentally friendly practices. In an age of rising consciousness around environmental issues, corporations are becoming increasingly aware of the positive reception to the eco-conscious movement.
By Roisin Smith. At the time, the formation of The Independent Group was breaking-news, yet just a month later it has already faded into the background amid a milieu of chaos.
By Emily Martin. An honest look at how Christians reconcile faith and Jesus’ words ‘do not be anxious about tomorrow’ with the experience of anxiety and mental illness, and how all of us can support each other and learn that it is acceptable for us to feel exactly how we feel.