by Priya Parrotta Natarajan, edited by Adefemi Adekunle And here we stand, at the doorway, to this hallway life brought us here, to this crossroads of lost hope and undeniable promise where we choose between paths, beyond rightness or wrongness that will bring us to the brink of the planet’s exhaustion, or the age of… Read More
Reject the rat race: higher education wasn’t made for poorer students, but we can change it
by Kennedy Walker Last week The Independent reported that university debts are so high that students are suffering from increased mental health problems and struggling to afford food. A study by the mental health charity Mind found that 43,000 students at the Russel Group institutions access counselling services in the 2014-2015 academic year, compared to… Read More
Decolonising my gaze through Twerk
Movement as a Tool to Remember and Resist By Eva-Grace Bor If there was ever evidence of the need for self-determined narratives and alternative discussions on race identity and the freedom of sexuality, the contestation of the image accompanying Fannie Sosa’s Facebook event page for ‘Resistance is in the Cracks’ was it. This inclusive space offered… Read More
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