The Latin American Community at Essex

Creating a Home, far from Home Through parties, cultural celebrations and important sociopolitical discussions, the Latin American community on campus has come together and built strong, unbreakable bonds. The University of Essex has a diverse community of students coming from a variety of backgrounds. One of these, although often overlooked, is the Latin American community; …

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A Look Into the Polish Society: Inclusivity, Consistency, & Unity

By Sariah Lake The Polish Society of Essex has a lot to offer to campus this year led by President Monika Grzybek, who is supported by the rest of her executive team, Serhii Dutov, International Officer, Aleksandra Zakrzewska, secretary, Kornelia Krauze, treasurer, and Haru, Welfare Officer. The group works to cater to Polish international students, …

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Junction

A Cyber-Slow-Down short story, by Rio Wulfmare Jacked from any sleep or rest, bleary and wet eyed, the engineer scampered down the tunnel until he fell into the frigid, pale light of a hollow dome. Wide eyes glimpsed a dark thing, a kind of fractured column, standing at the dome’s middle on a plinth. All …

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Why Damsel doesn’t need saving. 

By Claudia Bradley March the 8th is always a great day for female empowerment, and the fact that Netflix chose International Women’s Day to release Damsel is no shock and very fitting.  Milly Bobby-Brown stars in this hundred-and-ten-minute fantasy-turned-thriller, when Princess Elodie is promised to marry handsome Prince Henry (Nick Robinson) in exchange for gold for her starving …

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‘One Love: The Bob Marley Movie’ Review, Controversy, & Discussion

By Sariah Lake For people in the Caribbean, the idea of a Bob Marley movie has elicited mixed reactions. Some were buzzing with enthusiasm, seeing it as an opportunity for a Jamaican story to be told in the mainstream. Others saw it as selling out to Western ideals and contradictory to Bob Marley’s anti-consumerism approach …

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Oscars 2024 Review: An Oppenheimer sweep…

…while Gosling, Stone and political issues seem to highlight the show’s incredible production. By James Diss Nobody rejoiced more than the academy after Sunday’s 96th official Academy Awards show was over. Things were destined to take a drastic turn when the show’s start was put back five minutes after many protestors blocked stars from arriving …

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