Review: Feet of Clay

Ooook’s ‘Feet of Clay’ brings Terry Pratchett’s novel to life in a funny, well-acted and energetic piece.

Is Mathematics Invented or Discovered?

Angelos Sofocleous discusses the most fundamental questions of the philosophy of mathematics: If mathematics is discovered, then where do we look to discover it? If it is invented, how do we invent that ‘2+2=4’?

Cloths of Change: The Birth of Fashion in Europe

Giulia Zavagno takes a look at the fashion revolution of the 14th century and the implications it had on class and social mobility.

A Michelin Star’s Top Ten Tips

I am one of those lucky people that have a Michelin star chef as their Dad. And I do go on about it.

Phoenix City: An Unlikely Choice?

This particular city may not be top of your list, but that’s probably because you’ve never been there…

Looking long term- what should we really be looking for in a long-term partner?

Durham University has the largest number of inter-student marriages in Britain. Supposedly, 10,000 of us find ‘the one’ whilst studying here. But do we actually know what we should be looking for?

This weeks’ editorial from the General Editors.

On milestones

In her editor’s note, Millie Fender reflects on the plight of the second year.