B is not for Boat

It was only years later that I would discover the existence of the term ‘phobia’ to describe my condition.

From LOLcats to Prehistoric Penises: The History of Memes

It’s typical to think of memes as a modern phenomenon. Indeed internet memes are, but what if “meme-age” refers to something deeper, something more entrenched in the history of culture and societal practices. While the notion of the meme is complex, and critics have difficulty fixing down its meaning even now, delving into the mystery of […]

Review: La Casbah

Will Hutchings reviews La Casbah, an uncomfortable but important watch that will make you reflect on your own life.

Period-proof underwear: gross or game-changing?

The time of the month is never easy but having the perfect sanitary products can make life a lot easier. Period-proof underwear, while not perfect, has taken me a step closer to being the blissfully happy girl in every tampon ad.

Foodbank Donations – Doing Your Bit This Christmas

A central part of the Christmas season is the food; but when 1 in 5 people in the UK live in poverty, how can we do our little bit to help people get by?

Sass up your Style While Saving the World: the Sustainable Fashion Changing the Industry 

As the reputation of fast-fashion sours in the face of growing concern for the environment, The Bubble looks at how you can channel your style with a sound conscience. 

This weeks’ editorial from the General Editors.

‘Tis the Season

Our Editor’s Picks along the theme of your favourite festive activities