Queer Narratives in Reality Television
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Queer Narratives in Reality Television

Jacob West - March 7, 2018

I was very young when I was exposed to reality television for the first time. Settled in between both my parents on a Saturday night, I was…

‘My First Black Breast’: The inner struggle within Interracial Relationships
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‘My First Black Breast’: The inner struggle within Interracial Relationships

Eva Poliszczuk - March 2, 2018

We’ve all heard the phrase “I don’t usually date Black people” … Whether this has been spoken directly to you, or you have heard it spoken in…

Vegan Millionaire’s Shortbread
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Vegan Millionaire’s Shortbread

Meg Trump - February 28, 2018

It was difficult to come up with a fitting description for this recipe as all three words of the title eventually settled for are interchangeable. It doesn’t…

Exploring Mumbai Street Food
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Exploring Mumbai Street Food

Louisa Streeting - February 21, 2018

Mumbai is a place that assaults the senses; an array of smells you’ve never smelt before, vibrant colours, and constant noises from the surge of tourists and…

Making Care Leaver Voices Heard at Universities
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Making Care Leaver Voices Heard at Universities

Sasha Khan - January 31, 2018

With universities being a melting pot of culture, it acts as a chance to learn the power of your own voice, and then how to use it.…

New term, new you: Four cheap and doable tips on how to get healthy
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New term, new you: Four cheap and doable tips on how to get healthy

Alex Mason - January 31, 2018

While your friends in full-time employment saw January as a period of healthy life changes, you didn’t have that luxury. You were busy panic referencing, panic cramming,…

Beating Brighton’s Bike Bandits
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Beating Brighton’s Bike Bandits

Alex Mason - December 19, 2017

It’s difficult to put into words the way your stomach drops when you go to grab your bike at the start of a long day and are…

Online Shaming: Fighting Social Injustice or Mob Mentality?
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Online Shaming: Fighting Social Injustice or Mob Mentality?

Louisa Streeting - December 6, 2017

The Internet has become a powerful weapon of shaming the wrongdoings of the public with rapid sharing results. In recent years, Internet users have been taking social…

Review: Sushi Mania
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Review: Sushi Mania

Eddie Baker - November 17, 2017

It is no secret that many students will cough at any idea of a meal outside the confines of the halls or house kitchen that isn’t celebrating…

Oliver’s Brighton: Harry Potter shop opens in North Laine
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Oliver’s Brighton: Harry Potter shop opens in North Laine

Lucy Pegg - November 16, 2017

Brighton’s North Laine has moved one step closer to becoming Diagon Alley with the opening of Oliver’s Brighton. The Harry Potter based wizarding shop opened last Saturday…

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Fashion’s working class appropriation

Jacob West - October 30, 2017

Britain has always been class conscious; along with sex, money is perhaps the most taboo subject there is. The rich have always felt a vague guilt about…

From Brighton to Boston: Black History Awareness
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From Brighton to Boston: Black History Awareness

Eva Poliszczuk - October 20, 2017

With the turn of October, we are brought to Black History Month. A month for embracing a vibrant and complex history, helping us learn more about the…

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Rape culture in universities

Ava Evans - October 16, 2017

Toxic masculinity remains a prevalent facet of university life: a circumscribed and repressive guidebook to manhood, the concept negates male affirmations of emotion and exalts violence, sex…

How My Dad Taught Me to Cook Curry
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How My Dad Taught Me to Cook Curry

Joshua Harris - October 9, 2017

When considering the Indian cuisine, I recall my old blind friend, Jal Jamson, whom one day upon entering my house exclaimed “this sure is a veritable feast…

Human Crufts: The Obsession With Celebrity Children
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Human Crufts: The Obsession With Celebrity Children

Ella Tanqueray - March 14, 2017

At the risk of sounding bitter with age (I am a ripe old twenty three years old) I have a request to make. Please, for the love…

Travel Diary: Detroit
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Travel Diary: Detroit

Rosie Dodds - March 14, 2017

There is something uneasy about Detroit. It is a feeling that has attached itself to the crumbling brick and glassless windows. It has attached itself to the…

“Unimpeachable Machismo”: Is Male Contraception More Distant Than Ever?
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“Unimpeachable Machismo”: Is Male Contraception More Distant Than Ever?

Charlie Navin-Holder - March 14, 2017

As sexual equality skulks reluctantly upon us, not yet here but at the very least foreseeable, an oft forgotten issue has reemerged with the news that a…

The Imaginary Boundary: a State  Between ‘Girl’ and ‘Woman’
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The Imaginary Boundary: a State Between ‘Girl’ and ‘Woman’

Rosie Dodds - March 14, 2017

It is Monday. I have recently had my hair cut – it was at Bluetit and it was expensive, a birthday present. It is a new seminar…

Tinder: A Build Up Of Inevitable Disappointment
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Tinder: A Build Up Of Inevitable Disappointment

Ella Tanqueray - March 14, 2017

You have probably re-downloaded it for the seventh or eighth time. Every time you delete it you tell yourself, “never again”. Last time you finally drew the…

Healing Crystals: Spiritual Enlightenment or Voodoo Tat?
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Healing Crystals: Spiritual Enlightenment or Voodoo Tat?

Felix Thompson - March 14, 2017

Look around you when you’re next out in Brighton. Inevitably, at some point, you’ll cast your eyes across a shop with a figure of Buddha thrust right…