Don’t worry Russo Brothers, I’m not about to spoil your masterpiece. This film is the culmination of eleven years of solid graft: the crowning glory of a franchise which started with Jon Favreau’s Iron Man. It is evident that they have learnt from the past decade, taking from the highs of each film in theContinue reading “Avengers: Endgame – A Review”
Disappointment. It is a word I hate, for it among the many words a critic may use, cuts particularly deeply. But I fear it is the only word I can summon up to describe STAG’s Mainstage this semester. One of Tennessee Williams most noted works (though I am more partial to A Streetcar Named Desire),Continue reading “Review: STAG presents: The Glass Menagerie, by Tennessee Williams”
With exam season looming and the library getting increasingly packed – here are some alternative study spaces for those days when you don’t want to be up by 8am to scrounge some carpet space on level 6.
When tasked with writing a sports article that encompassed an International Women’s Day theme it would have been easy to cover the inequalities between male and female sporting professionals or the concerns over the sexualisation of women’s sport. These are important issues that deserve continued coverage; however, International Women’s Day is also a time toContinue reading “Women’s Rights in Sport: A Marathon not a Sprint”
“Maybe it’s not what you want to read in a student magazine, but I’m going to die. And if you’re reading this, you will, too. Don’t worry, it’s perfectly normal. Hopefully, it’ll be decades away, and we’ll have had time to think of some really good last words…”
In an era in which most powerful and noteworthy women are remembered more for breaking the paradigm of female oppression within their fields than their contributions to their fields of study themselves, Artemisia Gentileschi managed to not only overcome years of abuse and ridicule for her gender, but surpass many male contemporaries and become oneContinue reading “Art, Gender, and Artemisia Gentileschi”