Coronavirus: Learn From the Past to Help the Present

George Santayana once said that “Those who do not learn from history are condemned to repeat it”. Looking back at the 20th Century Spanish Flu Pandemic, what does it teach us about how to handle a global pandemic?

On Getting Through Tough Times

One thing that can be discerned from studying human history is that we are no strangers to suffering. The litany of wars, famines, plagues, and natural disasters shows us how fundamental suffering is to the human condition. Unfortunately for us, nothing can be done to remedy this; the pinwheel of human misfortune continues to spin […]

10 Classic Films to Broaden your Horizons During Lockdown

The Bubble’s Film Editors give you classic film recommendations to keep you entertained during lockdown.

A Post-Pandemic Road Trip

The constant surge of coronavirus news and the uncertainty of when lockdown will end has left many of us with little to look forward to. Alas, the postponement of summer means that you’ll have to enjoy the luxuries of travel second-hand from home for now. However, the rumours of doubling flight prices in the future amid fears of long-term social distancing don’t […]

Inter-College Relationships: Yay or Nay?

Ultimately, a college relationship on the face of it sounds ideal – fun nights out, cute nights in, stopping each other in the corridor for a kiss on your way to and from lectures. But it is important to remember that you are still allowed to struggle in the ocean of freedom you’ve been plunged into.

This weeks’ editorial from the General Editors.

Stay strong!

  This is the time of the year for us when assignments are due before Easter which means for most of us it is 2 or 3 deadlines before the Easter vacation. This could be a difficult time for many us especially for those who are in their final year and are working on their […]