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22 December 2022
How regional diversity affects the provision of opera
The threat faced by the English National Opera might force them to relocate.
14 November 2022
How university students are being left in the cold - literally!
23 October 2022
Tutor for Ukraine
Recruiting university student volunteers to tutor Ukrainian refugees!
21 October 2022
Tutor for Ukraine
A volunteering project offering Ukrainian refugees key communication skills
26 September 2022
Historicisation before our eyes
How reports about the Queen’s death have shaped her character in the nation’s memory.
14 July 2022
Music in wartime
How has the Ukrainian resistance utilised the power of song
29 April 2022
Calorie counting craziness
The UK’s newest menu law does far more harm than good
28 March 2022
Getting my childhood novel published
How my best friend and I reached Waterstones shelves before we hit twenty.
3 March 2022
Back to the classroom?
What might be the impact of online learning on children across the country?
1 March 2022
Borders - for peace or for perfection?
How Kenya responded to Russian aggression.
21 February 2022
Might Covid create more jobs?
How isolation laws have affected the theatre industry
26 January 2022
‘No pictures please’
What would the world be like without photography?
10 January 2022
Venice: bubonic plague versus coronavirus
Is pandemic travel really that modern a phenomenon?
6 December 2021
How Durham’s ‘Lumiere’ festival unites the North East
10 November 2021
The morality of university strikes
Will lecturers and professors achieve their goals through union action?
26 October 2021
Student spikings: an epidemic of misplaced blame
How to encourage safety without victim blaming
1 October 2021
Theatre in Motion: Is the West End becoming more “Broadway”?
How the atmosphere has changed since London’s reopening
22 September 2021
You can’t just give students what they want: how pandemic A-level grades are corrupt
An exploration of the controversial opinion that using teacher assessed grades is not a just method
Comment posted on 8 February 2019
Absolutely I will! I still believe in the value of volunteering, I just think that it is crucial to examine both your reasons for volunteering and how much good you are actually doing beforehand.