Columns

Tiberius and Caligula: The Dynasty Takes a Turn

This week Christopher Allen explores the fascinating lives of Tiberius and Caligula as part of a wider piece on Roman Emperors.

Afghans in Iran – looking for a homeland

Tehran’s Nimrouz exhibition should mark the beginning of a frank conversation in Iranian society. Its subject? The condition of Iran’s Afghan refugees. For the first time, major galleries are showing the work of Afghan artists concerned with the plight of their countrymen. It is estimated that 3 to 4 million Afghans are living in Iran, […]

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Meet our Advisors: Harriet Scott & Isabel Watkins

Isabel and Harriet

Harriet and Isabel study Classics and English respectively, and have received extensive training in a range of issues – including managing finances, family and relationships, housing, employment, consumer problems and legal matters. By working for a national helpline, they have aided people of all ages and backgrounds.

Meet our Advisors: Sophie Green

Sophie GreenSophie is a psychology student with a year’s experience volunteering for St Margaret’s Centre for mental health. She is currently a project leader for Durham Minds volunteering, running the CREE group to help those suffering from mental health issues on behalf of Durham University.