Interview with LGBT+ Officer, Rosie Taylor

How has your role been so far? Over summer, it was mainly about getting together all the different strands and learning more contextually about what’s going on within the university and the city.  The biggest part of the role to get used to for me, is how publically visible you are. I often get personal […]

Art Culture

Sexcetera’s Body Positivity Life Drawing

Sexcetera is the university’s week celebrating sexual health and wellbeing co-hosted by the Students’ Association and a number of societies. Its body positive life drawing event was a collaboration between the liberation campaigns and RECONFIGURE, a life drawing and performance art practice led by Topaz Pauls. The session was free and split into two sections: […]

Film Reviews

The Death Of Stalin

Armando Ianucci’s new film is a witty political satire piece examining the lack of morality and the culture of fear at the height of Soviet communism. The casual way in which torture and calculated murder are approached in the film is simultaneously shocking for the audience, and adds to its tragi-comedic nature. For example, there […]