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Looking after our mental health during self-isolation: an uphill, yet important, battle

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We have entered total lockdown. For all intents and purposes, this means complete social isolation. This is scary but ultimately good, and it needs to be done in order to slow the...

Is it okay for comedy to cause offence?

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Lydia Eavers discusses the fine line between satire and disrespect in contemporary comedy...

Trinkets and Treasures: students tackle the exhibition of memories

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Do you remember the first time you went to the cinema last year? Or the first time you travelled by train the year before that? Trinkets and Treasures is an exhibition that...

NME Awards 2020: Slowthai – Hero to Villain in one evening?

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Finlay Holden discusses the incidents surrounding Slowthai at the 2020 NME awards...

Nostalgia & social commentary: the great works of Studio Ghibli

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Beth Robson shares her favourite nostalgic Studio Ghibli picks in time for Netflix's 21-film release in spring 2020...

Review: Bury me, my Love

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Travel Editor Beth Robson, reviews 'Bury Me, My Love'; a heartbreaking game that follows the Syrian refugee crisis...

Trailer Review: Promising Young Woman (2020)

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Beth Robson reviews the trailer for the provocative April 2020 release, Promising Young Woman....

A decade in K-Pop: 2010-2020

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Beth Robson discusses the past ten years in K-Pop, and how the genre is taking over the Western music scene....

Pesto and palaces: the heart-warming Italian city of Genoa

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Beth Robson reminisces on her trip with her friends to the heart-warming city of Genoa, Italy. ...

Terminator 2’s T-1000 – The ultimate movie monster

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Ellie Parkin writes about a contender for the crown of greatest movie monster- Terminator 2's T-1000....