21 September 2022
Interview with award-winning author Pumla Dineo Gqola
Award-winning author Pumla Dineo Gqola speaks to us about her latest book, Female Fear Factory, and how the only way for women to have a brighter tomorrow is to dismantle the patriarchy altogether.
28 March 2022
“Are you really going to eat all of that?"
Yes, yes I am.
1 March 2022
#BreakTheBias this International Women’s Day
This year’s theme for International Women’s Day is #BreakTheBias. Since a day isn’t enough, join us for the month in celebrating how women everywhere do this every day.
24 February 2022
How has Covid-19 affected young people's health?
One of the most speculated facets of the global pandemic is its impact on young people’s health. However, the Department For Education has investigated precisely this through its new research report; so, how has the pandemic affected us?
10 October 2021
World Homeless Day
Sunday 10 October is World Homeless Day! As a day simply isn’t enough, spend the week with us raising awareness for homelessness.
14 September 2021
Well, That Happened Ep.3
Your weekly roundup of news that made us say, "WTH!"
27 May 2021
University societies aren't for everyone
Societies at university can offer an outlet outside of academic work and a chance to make friends. But for some students, they’re breeding grounds for toxicity and peer pressure.
8 December 2020 – 18 January 2021
Creative UK Recruiting for Young Board Members
Creative England and the Creative Industries Federation joined forces in 2020 and are now part of the Creative UK group and are now recruiting for two new board members who can better represent the voice of a youth demographic.
27 November 2020
I Am Norman
A uniquely disturbing take on the repercussions of conversion therapy.
Trigger warning: Themes of suicide are mentioned in this review.
18 November 2020
A review of Instagram’s anti-bullying features
Bullying online is hard to spot and even harder to stop: is Instagram doing enough to prevent harassment, bullying and trolls?
17 November 2020
Why anti-bullying week is more important this year than ever
The 16th - 20th of November marks this year’s anti-bullying week. While this campaign is nothing new, today it might be more vital than ever before.
15 November 2020
What is bullying?
Anyone can be affected by bullying, so I have collated a collection of definitions, policies and organisations from the information out there against bullying for children and adults.
17 November 2020
Hangout with Voice: The arts in 2025 - continued...
The world has changed, the world is changing. The arts and artists have always been at the forefront of revolution, they instigate change, they respond to change.
11 May 2020
Food and film: exploring food in Parasite
When we watch TV, we consume the sights, smells and tastes of food that are delectably plated across our screens and in Parasite, Bong Joon-ho subtly employs this to tell his story.
30 April 2020
Death Stranding: Connection and isolation in the midst of coronavirus
A bizarre game with a perhaps timely message
23 December 2019
Want My Job? with Trevor Perfect, producer and musician
The protest song is alive and well, in no small part thanks to the work of Red Eye
10 December 2019
Religion in a secular country
Holding onto your identity versus integrating into society
16 March 2017
Sense and Sensitivity
Our overly sensitive attitude has failed modern society