18 August 2022
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Fresh, captivating, human: ‘I May Destroy You’ is magnificent TV

by Tegan Steward | I May Destroy You is magnificent. From its normalisation of period sex to representing the black female experience, the show has deservedly...

The best local bookshops

By Kira Orchard | Reading is a hobby that has been enjoyed for centuries, meaning there is certainly no shortage of new books to discover....

Social distancing yourself from an artistic slump

by Georgia Laity | There is no denying that we are currently living through a historic moment in time. One day the year 2020 will...

Bend and snap-back: what can we expect from Legally Blonde 3?

by Lucy Sherburn | In 2001, the world met the fabulous, determined sorority girl, Elle Woods, dressed in pink and perky as can be. When...

Educate Yourself: seven essential resources for learning about anti-racism

by Anna Muir | Disclaimer: As a person with white privilege, I've learnt that it is my responsibility to educate myself on the racial injustices...

‘Jeffrey Epstein: Filthy Rich’ and empowering the female voice

by Dan Bater | 'Jeffrey Epstein: Filthy Rich' is a gripping four-part Netflix documentary centred on the sex offences of the illusive financier. At the...

Creative Voices: Terra Nova

by Beatrice Steele | At the bottom of Hollow Hills, eight miles from Independence Pass, there lies a solitary cabin. It is the only one...

Creative Voices: My Dad and the Stingrays

by Kayleigh White | when i was little i went to the aquarium with my dad i remember walking through blue tanks of fishes arrays of colours gliding...