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Fem Soc event discusses gender bias in scientific spaces

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On Wednesday 28 November, Newcastle University Feminist Society conducted a talk about intersectionality in scientific spaces. According to Feminist Society’s official Facebook...

Students commemorate International Men’s Day with discussion surrounding men’s mental health

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Content Warning: Mention of substance abuse, anorexia, suicide On Monday 19th November, the Feminist Society and Mind The Gap collaborated on a ‘Men’s Mental Health...

Review: Sara Pascoe’s ‘LadsLadsLads’ @ Tyne Theatre & Opera house

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Culture Editor Carys Rose Thomas reviews Sara Pascoe's latest show about the ups and downs of breaking up...

We took part in The Tate’s #5WomenArtists campaign

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5 Courier writers take part in The Tate's #5womenartists campaign and tell us about their favourite woman artists....

#PressforProgress: Happy International Women’s Day

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On International Women's Day, our writers discuss gender equality, intersectional feminism, and why we should celebrate all women...

Sweet Column: I Love Dick

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Caitlin Disken raves about the cult classic book 'I Love Dick'....

Censoring Art – Meaningful or meaningless?

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Ella Williams discusses the issues of representation, censorship, and female bodies in art after the outrage caused by Manchester Art Gallery’s decision to remove a Victorian...

Hammer meets glass ceiling

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Gender equality is important. Well, frankly, equality of all descriptions is critically important. So why would I be grumpy over the concept of a gender quota? Well. In my...

REVIEW : Julius Caesar @ St Luke’s Church

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Julia McGee-Russell reviews a world of murder and hysteria in Newcastle University Theatre Society’s Julius Caesar....

Rated F for strong female role models

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A progressive, helpful feature has come to IMDb: the ‘F’ rating. Tom Atkinson takes us through just what this means - both for the website itself, and for women in the...