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Why We Urgently Need to Boycott Social Media

As we search for clarity amidst confusion and approach another US election, it is time we turned the tables on those keeping us in the dark.

Leave No One Behind: The Virtues and Dangers of Social Mobility

We love to celebrate ‘rags to riches’ stories but is social mobility really a measure of society’s progress towards equality?

Homeland Under my Nails - Mohammed Omar Khalil's Exhibit

A review of Home Under my Nails, an Exhibition by artist Mohammed Omar Khalil showcasing Sudanese heritage.

The Problem with Netflix's Autism Representation

Pale, male and awkward - A look into the representation of Autism in popular culture and traditional media including streaming platforms such as Netflix.

Rates of Discrimination Against BAME Applicants Unchanged

2020 Power of Colour survey shows little progress for BAME top job holders. Yet, 2017 research revealed discrimination against BAME unchanged since the 1970s

How the BBC Has Lifted the Curtain On Performative Politics

The BBC receive major backlash after the use of a racial slur by one of its reporters.

The World’s Most Deadly Book

J D Salinger's book 'The Catcher in the Rye' has been connected to some of the most famous murders of the last few decades but why?

Quarantine Reading Suggestion: The Wonderfully Ordinary World of Anne Tyler

Redhead by the Side of the Road, Anne Tyler's latest novel about the rhythms of everyday life, is a comforting and meaningful quarantine read.

Easter with a Twist

As Easter Sunday approaches and we find ourselves still stuck indoors, how can we celebrate the holiday under this unique circumstance and still make it an enjoyable day with loved ones? Read this article to find out why Easter doesn't have to be different this year, even though it feels like it might be.