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 Eleanor Dye. Edward Muir wrote poetry at the beginning of the 20th Century, but his works contain powerful visions of ecological disaster that are almost prophetic of our situation today.
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 Eleanor Dye. Sanditon is Austen’s unfinished novel from 1817. Now that the overlooked novel is making its way to our screens we take a look at why it deserves more credit.
By Miro Cafolla, Postgraduate and International Tutor. About a month ago, John’s hosted a wonderful…
By Lucy Mainwaring-Parr. Melissa McCarthy’s name, since her standout appearance in the slap-stick comedy Bridesmaids in 2011, has grown synonymous with screwball performances and incredulous plots. But her new serious biopic may be one of the best performances of her career.
Thanks to the St. John’s Student Opportunities Fund, I was able to present a paper that I had been thinking about for months.