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Thursday, February 21, 2019

Charity, Chundering and Chile

We have all heard them — “Yah mate, I literally vommed all over the dance floor of The Lizard last night...I just chundered every-whah!”....

A hidden Italian gem

Often when travellers from around the globe flock to Italy, it is in search of an ‘authentic Italian experience’. They long to see famous...

The New Silk Road: A look at the Belt Road Initiative

Second year student Charles Stevens discusses his new project The New Silk Road, which will investigate various proposals and promises of the new Belt Road Initiative. Deputy features editor Catriona Aitken writes about the details shared in their conversation.

Lu sule, lu mare e lu ientu in Salento

Writing about Salento (or Salentu) requires the right setting. Instead, then, of sitting in my room with its tiny window and limited air flow,...

36 hours in Savannah

Features Editor Kenalyn Ang shares her experiences one summer weekend in rainy Savannah.

Carnival in Cologne

“Kölle Alaaf” – This call originates from the old toast “Cöllen al aff” in the 17th century, meaning “Cologne before everything else,” and can...

January Travel-Hub Top Tips for Students

Planning to kickstart 2019 exploring Europe? Travel blogger and fourth year student Caitlin Russell offers her top tips for using the Travel-Hub method.

In Pursuit of Peace

Last year, I worked in Israel with one of the country’s leading left-wing pressure groups; Peace Now. I spent August working between their offices...

The Lust of Colombia

 I did have preconceptions. My head was swimming with images of Shakira and gyrating bottoms, of Pablo Escobar’s face encircled by mounds of cocaine,...

Keep Calm and Eat Slow

The term ‘fast food’ was officially recognised in a dictionary for the first time in 1951. However, people were looking for quick food fixes...