By Catherine Perkins. Next time you make the stressful run down to Tesco to dive into the chocolatey summative-abyss, take a second to find the Fairtrade Foundation logo.
By Alice Sleightholme. What may appear on the surface to be no more than a Twitter hashtag and a part of social media rhetoric, that circulates annually in October for the UK and February for the US, is so much more.
By Sherlock Shi. Loneliness never goes easy on us, some may call it torture, some may call it amusement, some may call it hell. But there is one thing for certain, and that is “it comes unwantedly”.
By Alice Healy. The influence of minimalism has now extended far beyond the severe geometric artwork of the late 20th century; its values of simplicity and reduction have more recently been applied to lifestyle.
By Alice Sleightholme. In many ‘macho’ images, there is very little room for men to express their mental health; as a result, men can struggle to open up and talk about their issues.
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 Alice Healy. Plastic has proved to be extremely versatile. However, it has recently been reviled as an environmental disaster, and rightly so.
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.