By Weixuan Lu. Consisting of more highlights Cambodia has to offer, and some traveller’s tips at the very end, this is the second of two articles focusing on Cambodia.
By Freya Butler. It’s easy to feel a little hopeless and insignificant, but the world is made up of individuals and everyone’s actions matter and make a difference. You’re never too small to change the world, just a little.
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?
Whether labelling themselves as sustainable, anti-fur or even vegan, the fashion industry has made major moves in recent years towards the creation of an era of consciousness. Here are a few lesser known pioneers in the sustainability race.
By Dr James Harrison. How do we know that what we are doing is right and fulfils what others ask of us? The duty of governance at St John’s falls to the College Council.
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?
The Turner Art Prize is the UK’s most publicised art award. Organised by the Tate art gallery and awarded annually to a British visual artist, it has often made headlines for controversy more so than for innovative mediums.