The 8th March was International Women’s Day, in celebration Marina Cusi Sanchez put on a performance to tell the silenced stories of women throughout history.
Nadia Angel writes about the commercialisation of rap and how it has created stereotypes around hip hop artists.
The Leadership Race is on and we have three nominations for the role of SU President this year; Jake Painter, Uzge Saleem and Molly Purcell. Presenter Kafui Okpattah questioned these candidates on their suitability for the role and dug into their manifestos. Here is our summary of the event.
The Leadership race has begun and you may have seen people campaigning on campus. Here is our rundown of the event, who’s nominated, and what it means for students on campus.
Swallowed was a student production that premiered on the 4th February at the Lakeside Theatre. Here is Tom Jervis’ review of the play.
Christabelle Quaynor talks about that question every final year student hates to hear.
Sara Karanusic has written an article about Ecosia, a search engine that is also helping the environment. Sara says that the University of Essex should switch to Ecosia as its primary search engine, here is why.
Bong Joon-ho’s tale of poverty and capitalism at its worst has so far won over 200 awards. Here is Jess Clayton-Berry’s review of the film that has made history.
Today was the first day of a fourteen day strike period held by members of the UCU. Callum Marshall has shared his views on the matter.
This thrilling creative writing piece by Patrik Tripes is filled with nail-biting action and the ambition to save a boy kidnapped by ghouls.