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The King and Cancer

An announcement on Monday that King Charles has been diagnosed with cancer after receivingtreatment for an enlarged prostate has led to widespread national news and as always, widespreadopinion. With well…

TikTok’s ‘girl’ trend must end

I love TikTok as much as the next person, but the ‘girl’ trend must end. Picture this, mid doom-scroll circa 2am Monday, I come across one particular Elle Woods-esque TikToker,…

Rise of the right in upcoming European elections

All polls point to a ground-breaking result in the European Parliament elections this June. Interest levels amongst voters are already showing signs of being significantly higher than previously and the…

Valentines’ lack of love for sustainability

With the recent passing of Valentine’s Day, simply entering a supermarket will invade your vision with bouquets of flowers and red roses. It’s such a staple in gift giving, but…

Breaking up with Valentine’s Day: how the day of love has lost its spark

It’s that time of year again when all restaurants and shops are advertising their special Valentine’s Day deals and discounts. What says ‘I love you’ more than a Greggs’ Steak…

Russell Group back door isn’t just an English issue

Last Sunday The Times released the results of an investigation of Russell Group universities, revealing that international students (who pay on average £22,000 a year in tuition) need far lower…

Why your vote for Rector matters

Since original publication, only one valid nomination was received by the deadline of 5 February. In accordance with the regulations governing the election process, Simon Fanshawe has been named as…

Graded tutorials are a university staple

The universal tradition of enduring painful silences in tutorials at university- it’s essentially a right of passage. Let me to paint the picture: each individual undergraduate becomes intrigued with carpet…