Our reporters Donatas and Lewis took part in Islam Week to find out.
Secretary of Essex’s Feminist Society gives us their spin on the latest baked goods scandal.
After the UoE Feminist Society rose to The Sun fame over a cake sale earlier this week, Chantel Le Carpentier lists 7 worse things than charging 18p more.
J.M.Parkins explains why students might want to think twice before completing the National Student Survey.
Angus Shaw gives us a run down of how Brexit is currently playing out, and the impact it’s having on the public, and on party politics in Westminster.
Richard Brooks talks about the recent events in the NUS, his alleged involvement with the Israeli Government and the investigation following the accusations.
In the first of Marthe Rossaak’s weekly feature ‘What’s the Deal With…?’, Andreea Ghita answers ‘What’s the Deal With… The Women’s March?’.
What is ‘fake news’ and should be cautious of it? Photo credit: Pixabay We’re all familiar with the news. Six o’clock on BBC One every day (other news outlets are …
Jesse Harrison chats to Essex professor, Dr Andrew Priest, about what we can expect from the newly-elected President Donald Trump.
Alex Maxam investigates Meal Deals at the SU store