A Tory, SNP and Labour MP walk into the Union: On Brexit

The following is an interview between Danielle Rowley (Labour MP), Douglas Ross (Conservative MP), Stewart McDonald (SNP MP), Owain (Convener of Libraries, Co. Editor-in-Chief) and Bethany (Politics Editor). It was conducted after the Freshers’ Week Show Debate, where each of the politicians were speaking. We have split up the interview into three distinct segments; on … More A Tory, SNP and Labour MP walk into the Union: On Brexit

Counting the Cost

In the last 20 years the world has suffered seventeen of the twenty most costly hurricanes in history and nine of the ten most costly typhoons. These weather phenomena are actually different names for the same type of storm: tropical cyclones. These storms are primarily formed by a difference in temperature between the surface of … More Counting the Cost

A Tory, SNP and Labour MP walk into the Union: On Getting into Politics

The following is an interview between Danielle Rowley (Labour MP), Douglas Ross (Conservative MP), Stewart McDonald (SNP MP), Owain (Convener of Libraries, Co. Editor-in-Chief) and Bethany (Politics Editor). It was conducted after the Freshers’ Week Show Debate, where each of the politicians were speaking. We have split up the interview into three distinct segments; on … More A Tory, SNP and Labour MP walk into the Union: On Getting into Politics

Commemorating a Fallen Generation: The Words of WW1 Premier

On Monday the 20th of August, gathered in the University Chapel, The Words of WW1 team premiered their ten short films that commemorate the centenary of The Great War. They did this by taking poetry from both sides of the Western Front, some which are seldom heard nowadays, but never the less convey powerful stories … More Commemorating a Fallen Generation: The Words of WW1 Premier

Money For Nothing: Do ‘Feminist’ Companies Just Want Your Money?

Feminism, like all social movements, has a long history of self-identification with the group through clothing – right from its beginnings with the suffragists’ homemade sashes to the DIY ethos of the Riot Grrrls of the nineties. Now our desire to display our political allegiances on our bodies has been taken over by fashion retailers. … More Money For Nothing: Do ‘Feminist’ Companies Just Want Your Money?