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Monday, June 24, 2019

How the internet killed the conversation

Kathryn Nielsen ponders whether the Information Age has induced the death of human conversation

Out of the darkness

Marija Vysnauskaite evinces that the protests in Ukraine are relevant to any and all who believe in democracy, not just Ukrainians

Gender Balance

Ruby Carter explores the impact of having university with a majority female student body.

War games

Many people forget we are a country at war. Even across the pond where domestic issues dominate the ongoing presidential race, in a country...

We Must Regulate Speech In Order To Keep It Free

In August of last year major platforms such as Facebook, YouTube, and Spotify permanently removed the alt- right accounts of Alex Jones (no, not...

Is the NUS referendum’s failure simply testament to our independence?

As a general rule, referenda are one of the highest expressions of democratic engagement of an electorate with a policy, a mechanism for bypassing...

It’s now the time for a People’s Vote

73 per cent of under-25s voted for Remain in the referendum. If you’re in first and second year, you probably didn’t get a vote...

The primavera paradox

Tamar Ziff explores the paradox inherent in spring, and urges all to take advantage of this time for reflection and reconciliation

Knox Knox, who’s there?

Tamar Ziff expresses indignation at the media's focus on Amanda Knox rather than her victim, Meredith Kercher

The Year in Review, With J.H. Ramsay

This town is a crucible. And a small one, at that. In St Andrews, everything clashes, then combines. Identities are forged just to melt...