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    My White Skin and Feminism: A Balancing Act

    Comment Editor Alex Goodwin discusses how we must strive to meet the demands of intersectional feminism, even if they are higher than they seem

    Written by Alex Goodwin on 4th April 2018

    FEATURE

    Florida: Stop Explaining Away Shootings

    Comment Writer Natalia Carter implores us to focus on the Florida attack itself and how it can be stopped from happening again, rather than the context of the killer

    Written by Natalia Carter on 21st March 2018

    FEATURE

    Syria: Keeping Up With The Conflict

    Comment Writer Helena Shaw argues we should try to broaden our knowledge of international affairs and get to grips with the Syrian conflict

    Written by Helena Shaw on 16th March 2018

    DEBATE

    Classrooms + Guns = The Perfect Combination for Death

    Comment Writer Holly Pittaway presents the case against teachers being granted weapons in American schools

    Written by Redbrick on 1st March 2018

    FEATURE

    History: The Art of Storytelling

    Comment Writer Madeline McInnis discusses the fall of the Berlin Wall and how its recent news features reflects the significance of historical study.

    Written by mmcinnis on 25th February 2018

    FEATURE

    Cape Town’s Climate Catastrophe

    Comment Writer Aimee Cashmore asserts that Cape Town's water crisis is a major warning sign of global climate change

    Written by Aimee Cashmore on 21st February 2018

    FEATURE

    Crossing the Line? Sexual Assault on Trial

    In the wake of disgraced gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar's conviction for historic sexual abuse, Deputy Editor Kirstie Sutherland asks whether it is right for judges to allow their emotions to influence sentencing

    Written by Kirstie Sutherland on 20th February 2018

    FEATURE

    De-Nile of Democracy in Egypt

    Comment Writer Tom Moran questions why Egypt has yet to see meaningful change, 7 years on from the removal of President Mubarak

    Written by Tom Moran on 16th February 2018

    FEATURE

    Teachers With Guns?

    Comment Writer Simon Jones discusses whether teachers in the United States should be armed in order to protect pupils from gun crime.

    Written by Redbrick on 14th February 2018

    FEATURE

    Sympathy for the Devil

    Disliking Donald Trump is no excuse for perpetuating harmful stereotypes about mental illness, argues Music Editor Thom Dent

    Written by Thom Dent on 8th February 2018

    INTERNATIONAL

    Morgan and Trump: A Twisted Love Affair?

    Comment Writer Alex Garrido reviews Piers Morgan's recent ITV interview with Donald Trump, deciding that it is a failure in political journalism

    Written by Redbrick on 7th February 2018

    FEATURE

    The Rumour To ‘Trump’ All Fake News?

    Comment Writer Jake Kilshaw discusses recent rumours of Donald Trump's racist comments, and why he should be more careful if he wants to be re-elected

    Written by Jake Kilshaw on 2nd February 2018
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