By Jamie Williams. Blackpool: one of the most deprived cities in the UK; a popular tourist destination; and home of the tangerine Blackpool FC, a club with a long history: winning the FA cup in 1953 and in recent years … Continue reading Blackpool FC’s Boycott.
By Joseph Sparke. I recently finished reading H.G. Wells’ 1897 novel The Invisible Man- having picked it up mostly on a whim from the library. I was surprised and pleased to discover that the little book is an enjoyable read, … Continue reading Invisible Depths: Exploring the Continued Significance of H.G. Wells’ Classic.
By Jack Smith For decades now, the rest of the world has looked on as the state of Saudi Arabia underwent transition that led to what some people would allege is a brutal regime: one involving an extensive record of … Continue reading Should Saudi Arabia be Dropped from the UN Security Council?
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 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