Perspective: Alabama Rapist-Vigilantes Wield Evil Powers for Greater Good

“I mean, historically I guess rapists as a population haven’t been viewed very positively,” commented registered Alabama sex offender Jim Baker*. “People don’t really understand our way of life. It can be tough, sometimes, on the dating scene. Like women kicking us in the balls or using pepper spray, that sort of thing.” Jim is […]

Artwork Thoughts: Femininity, Sexuality and the Taboo of the Naked Woman

Triphena Axworthy gives her thoughts on artist and the muse, innocence and sexuality, and how art provides a safe place for exploration and reinvention.

Review: The Human Flesh

‘Skilful lines of the darkest humour’ – Isabella Briers reviews Buttered Toast’s The Human Flesh.

Emilia Bassano: Shakespeare’s Muse and Feminist Icon

If you are even slightly familiar with the sonnets of William Shakespeare, you will know that an elusive figure, referred to as the ‘dark lady’, is mentioned in many of the poems. Various women have been suggested as the name behind the sonnets and Emilia Bassano is one of them.

Preparing for the Apocalypse: Tin Can Edition

With Brexit related uncertainity regarding food supply chains looming over us, Beth Pritchett and Hannah Graham give you a headstart navigating the world of tinned food that might soon be your future

Summatives vs Spain

Ellen reflects on her Summer trip to Barcelona instead of doing her Summative essays.

This weeks’ editorial from the General Editors.

The Many Faces of the Apocalypse

From summative deadlines to climate to tins…