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2015’s GCI Model United Nations High School Conference

After months of preparation and excitement, 1,600 students from 20 countries and 16 U.S. states attended on May 15th...

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The burdens of greed and the path to a better society

It has been surprising for many that the Tory Government ascended to power, once again. It has caused despair...

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World Cup: England’s hypocrisy clouds an already corrupt affair

Orientalism is a term that may not be familiar to those who do not study literary or international politics,...

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Film Review: Focus Loses Focus

The latest offering from directors John Requa and Glenn Ficarra is the brand new feature film, Focus. Released 27th of February,...

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McQueen’s Legacy: ‘You’ve got to know the rules to break them …’

The largest collection of Alexander McQueen’s visionary work, entitled Savage Beauty, comes to London with the intention of making its mark....

by - 21/05/2015

Exhibition Review – Sargent: Portraits of Artists and Friends

Born and come of age as the United States underwent its Reconstruction, perhaps the most important phase in its history, it...

by - 20/05/2015

Nepal Earthquake – Travelling for a cause

Man travels to explore, to discover and essentially to see the beautiful places God created in the world. But to come...

by - 19/05/2015

LIVE: UK 2015 General Election Coverage

70% of young people are now registered to vote. With the poll’s opening today will we see the biggest youth turn...

by - 07/05/2015

The Wish of Migrant Children in China

When the semester began, Liu Chan, a migrant child in Beijing, pleaded with his teacher, ‘my grandfather could not pay the...

by - 24/04/2015

Nepal’s endemic sexism remains an issue

Nepal is a nation that has been making significant strides towards democracy and equality after a tumultuous past. However, institutionalised sexism...

by - 03/04/2015

Apprentices still suffer ‘huge inequalities’, reveals NUS report

Apprenticeships have been pushed as the answer to our generation’s seemingly grisly job prospects. Rivalling David Cameron’s 2014 vow to fund...

by - 18/03/2015

Young Voters: Your future depends on staying politically active

Six in ten young voters turned out to the polling stations this May, but it is important that youth involvement in...

by - 26/05/2015

Casting Director, Pippa Ailion: What it takes to succeed in the West End World

Pippa Ailion has cast over 135 productions internationally, including the West End hits Wicked, Billy Elliot, The Lion King and The...

by - 28/04/2015

Green Candidate Mark Stevenson: ‘If opportunities aren’t being given to you, fight for them!’

Mark Stevenson is the Green Party’s parliamentary candidate for Henley, Oxfordshire. This is his fourth term running in Henley. He also...

by - 22/04/2015

The Murky World of the Art Industry: Interview Exclusive with Dmitry Tamoikin

This February, leading Swiss art broker and billionaire, Yves Bouvier, was arrested in Monaco, accused of overpricing artworks, fraud, and complicity...

by - 20/04/2015

Xenophobia: South Africa’s Economic Downfall?

On closing his speech at a gathering of remembrance for the lives lost in the xenophobic riots in May 2008, the...

by - 28/04/2015

Film Review: Stories of Our Lives – A Courageous Feat of Beauty

Stories of Our Lives is a triumph of Kenyan cinema. The film was made by the NEST Collective, an art collective in...

by - 09/04/2015

Diary of Nigerian Elections – A Tragicomedy

There are eight days until the elections in Nigeria, a country where politics in all its incessant vices, however deficient, and...

by - 09/02/2015

South Sudan humanitarian crisis with refugee camps near breaking point

Refugee camps in South Sudan are reaching maximum capacity as hundreds of refugees escape the bombs and bullets of the war...

by - 05/02/2015

Why Is India Not Beefing-up?

In the Indian state of Maharashtra it is now law that the selling, slaughtering and/or possession of beef is punishable by...

by - 25/05/2015

Nepal Earthquake – Travelling for a cause

Man travels to explore, to discover and essentially to see the beautiful places God created in the world. But to come...

by - 19/05/2015

India: The Decline of Tolerance

Two successive statements by U.S. President Barack Obama within a span of nine days on the shrinking religious tolerance in India...

by - 06/05/2015

Ganesha Festival: Welcoming the God of creativity and knowledge

Ganesha festival of India is a celebration of music, dance and devout faith   The procession on the last day of...

by - 24/04/2015

Will Catalonia’s dream of Independence be Crushed?

During these past few years Catalonia and the rest of Spain have witnessed a huge swell of support for Catalonia to...

by - 21/05/2015

Provocative Modern Art Engulfs Venice in Protest

Jerry Saltz, the American art critic, may have said, ‘Venice is the prefect place for art to die.  No other city...

by - 18/05/2015

Victory Day Over Fascism Revives An Old Friendship

Tuesday the 8th of May, 1945 marked the conclusion of the Second World War in Europe. At 3 pm Churchill made...

by - 12/05/2015

Film Review: Alphaville – 50 Years On

Jean-Luc Godard is not a director that is usually associated with the genre of science fiction. However with his 1965 film Alphaville,...

by - 08/05/2015

2015’s GCI Model United Nations High School Conference

After months of preparation and excitement, 1,600 students from 20 countries and 16 U.S. states attended on May 15th and 16th,...

by - 27/05/2015

The shameful face of US foreign policy

It is a remarkable testament to the American propaganda machine and the degree of mainstream media consensus that the United States’...

by - 14/05/2015

Baltimore: It is right to resist

Future students of race relations and police brutality in the United States may look back upon two distinct periods: the country...

by - 11/05/2015

5 Reasons Hillary Clinton Does Not Deserve To Be The Next President

Hilary Clinton announced her candidacy for the Presidential Election in 2016. As a counterargument to the article that was also posted...

by - 29/04/2015

Colombia and FARC peace talks: Just a Farce?

While conflicts continue to take place involving al-Qaeda, Israel and Palestine, and various others, it looks as if the world could...

by - 27/11/2014

Whither democracy? The effectiveness of term limits

Soon after my article about the ambiguous stance in Ecuador towards human rights was published, President Rafael Correa and his ruling...

by - 06/10/2014

The World Cup’s Toxic Legacy in Brazil

If you ask any Brazilian what they thought of the 2014 World Cup, the answer will most definitely be the same:...

by - 22/09/2014

Colombia: Out but not down

Until the World Cup the word ‘Colombia’ would probably have invoked ideas of either a prestigious university in New York City...

by - 28/07/2014