• Mon. Feb 26th, 2024

Chloe Henderson

Chloe Henderson is a 3rd year history student and ex-Culture Editor for The Student. She now writes for various sections of the paper, with a particular focus on Science & Tech. Her dream job is to be a superhero, but failing that, a Middle East correspondent for Al-Jazeera.
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The Dog House

Channel 4’s new documentary series has been described as ‘a dating show for pets’, as it follows the employees of Wood Green, The Animals Charity. The show tells the stories…

Spinning

Tillie Walden, in her most recent graphic novel, Spinning, details her eventful teenage life as a figure skater. Her memoir begins with her move to Austin at the age of…

Code.org partners with Microsoft in attempt to make coding fun

A tutorial designed in collaboration with Microsoft and Code.org will seek to use the immensely popular sandbox game Minecraft to teach children the fundamentals of coding. Hosted on a computer…

MESSENGER reveals Mercury as never seen before

On the evening of March 17 2011, nearly seven years after it blasted into space, NASA’s MESSENGER spacecraft (Mercury Surface, Space ENvironment, Geochemistry, and Ranging) made history when it became…

“And Death took Terry Pratchett by the hand” – Sir Terry Pratchett: An Obituary

AT LAST SIR TERRY, WE MUST WALK TOGETHER. The tweet was posted at precisely 7:06 PM, on Thursday 12 March, signifying the end of celebrated fantasy writer Sir Terry Pratchett’s…

ROYGBIV: Divorcing Real Witches

It’s that time of the year again when we get to announce the forerunners for that very prestigious literary award. No, I’m not talking about the Man Booker Prize, nor…

Our literary follow-up to the biggest Hallmark Holiday

Love it or hate it, it’s that time of the year again. Yes, Valentine ’s Day may be a few days past but it will be another week before the…

ROYGBIV – Innovative Culture

Whilst we’re sure some of you will be busy with all the fun and exciting events put on by the university this Innovative Learning Week (wink wink), for many of…