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?
By Joseph Sparke
It was shortly after the Cold War had begun in 1947. Until this time Angstrom had been a small, quaint village in the North of England, largely untouched by the Second World War Continue reading A Tragedy in Angstrom
By Tom Chandler
On the 25th February 2018, the United Nations Security Council passed a resolutions enforcing a 30-day ceasefire in the Syrian city of Ghouta where Russian-backed government airstrikes hammered civilians. Continue reading The Not So United Nations?
By Sam Ross
Badminton not bad at all.
Despite being late and turning up in the best lost property and the P.E bargain bucket (cupboard by P.E office) had to offer, I really enjoyed badminton and would recommend it to anyone who likes laid-back clubs you don’t have to commit to and likes the freedom to play at the pace and level you like. Continue reading Ross Reviews: School clubs and canteen food
By Adrian Man
In the aftermath of the horrific and senseless atrocity in Las Vegas, we must ask ourselves why events like these happen and how can we prevent future attacks from happening. Continue reading America needs tighter control over guns