The Royal family: The evolution of portraiture from dynasty to domesticity

Following the recent photo-editing incident from the Prince and Princess of Wales, this article looks at how the domestication of the Royal family through portraits and photography has contributed to the dwindling ‘mystique’ of the monarchy over time.

‘Soul’s therapy’: the confessional poets and mental health

Jane Rance explores the lives of three American poets and how their writing encouraged open conversations about mental health.

Book to television adaptions: Worth the watch?

While many may prefer when their favourite book is adapted into a film, I tend to find that a television series has more room to do it justice, with more time to develop its characters and explore different storylines. It is fascinating to discover which details the production team has included, what has been left […]

What to make when your fridge is empty at the end of term

Madeleine Grogan shares five recipes to get you through the final week of term to avoid buying excess groceries or getting take-away three days running.

Lethal company — what’s the hype about anyways?

Wake up babe, the lovechild of Among Us and Phasmophobia just dropped!

The use of leather and fur in the fashion industry

Ann Joseph examines the ethical and environmental concerns raised by the use of animal-derived clothing in the fashion industry.

This weeks’ editorial from the General Editors.

Should we be able to give books a bad review?

In this article, the Editor-in-Chief discusses the pressing debate surrounding whether we should be able to leave books a public negative review, following the Cait Corrain scandal.

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