By Charlie Carr The blockbuster film ‘Avengers: Infinity War’ has taken the world by storm. Not only does it have a shocking twist at the end, which left many fans crying or angry, but its villain, Thanos, poses an interesting … Continue reading The Return of Malthusianism
By Georgia Kitchener What are memories? How do we manage to maintain memories vividly from years ago? How do all of these memories seem to “fit” and be stored? Psychologists are keen to find answers to questions … Continue reading The Complexity of Human Memory
By Georgia Kitchener. The Peer Mentor Team was set up by Deputy Head Girl Maeeshah Rabbani in 2017 to encourage a different approach to the welfare of students at Bennett, working hand-in-hand with the current Welfare Team. Peer Mentoring … Continue reading The Peer Mentor Group: A Background.
By Joseph Sparke Humans have been telling stories for a very, very long time. Some would argue that the capacity to tell, to understand and to pass on stories, is the defining characteristic of humanity and what separates us from … Continue reading Great Escapism: The Secret of the Story and its Power Upon Us
By Rachel Seeland-Scott Since the creation of social media we have all had the dangers of its use hammered home to us, whether it be at school, at home or in class. The stories we hear about social media … Continue reading Social media aiding eating disorder recovery- controversial or creative?
By Keri McVeigh Swirling, twisting shapes and turns, an artwork that’s ever-changing. From milky clouds to the deepest red, being hypnotized by its power and beauty. I fear I’ll never return to reality. I stand in awe; For I could never … Continue reading Skies
The characterisation of the female in most female-led novels is the pursuit of love or marriage, Elizabeth Bennet, Jane Eyre, the conspicuous narrator of ‘Rebecca’, to name a few. Yet why is this, when it is completely inaccurate? Continue reading Women and love: why are all female-led novels about her relationship with love?