• Sport The Unstoppable Force of Max Verstappen
    For years, seven-time world champion Sir Lewis Hamilton’s name has been the name everyone has known when it comes to motorsports, whether they are a fan of Formula 1 or not, but in recent years, a new one has surfaced: Max Verstappen. Hailing from the Netherlands, Verstappen has broken countless records and ruthlessly dominated the […]
    Read Full Article
  • Editorials An Interview With a British Cheerleader
    The first thing that comes to mind for many people at the mention of cheerleading is the beautiful, popular, mean girls in exaggerated American high school films, clad in skimpy outfits and armed with pom-poms, who reign over the school alongside their American football star boyfriends, muscular, cocky guys, almost always named Chad, Chase or […]
    Read Full Article
  • News South Africa takes Israel to Court for Genocide
      On December 29th 2023, South Africa (SA) presented their case against Israel at the International Court of Justice (ICJ) in The Hague, in the Netherlands. The initial hearings only took place last week, on the 11th and 12th of January. South African lawyers argued that Israeli forces had killed over 23,000 Palestinians. 70% of […]
    Read Full Article
  • History The History Behind Israel and Palestine’s Conflict
    In light of the recent, ongoing Hamas-Israel war, which began on October 7th, I am writing this article to educate myself and others on the horrifying situation that is unfolding in the Gaza Strip. The war started with an attack from Hamas, an extremist militant group, which killed over 1,200 people (mostly civilians) and took […]
    Read Full Article
  • News Effective Altruism: A New Approach to Charitable Giving
    Effective altruism, both a philosophy and a movement, was developed in the 2000s and given the name in 2011 by William MacAskill and Toby Ord, two Oxford professors who wanted to maximise the impact of charitable giving. They believed that if people were going to be charitable and donate their money, they should do it […]
    Read Full Article
  • Music How To Teach Yourself Guitar (Part Two)
    If you’ve made it this far, you’re well on your way to becoming a self-taught guitar player. So far, we’ve covered the basics of the guitar and you’ve started learning parts of songs, as well as useful techniques to spice up your playing. This is where it gets harder, but don’t let that put you […]
    Read Full Article
  • Lifestyle How to Teach Yourself Guitar (Part One)
    If you clicked on this article, you are probably someone who wants to know how to learn guitar. Maybe you want to teach yourself before starting lessons so you know some of the basics or maybe you just want to start your guitar-learning journey completely by yourself. Either way, as someone who taught themselves for […]
    Read Full Article
  • Editorials The Right to Suicide: The Case of Tony Nicklinson
    Would it surprise you if I said that suicide is something that most of us take for granted? If you are a non-disabled person, you will have never thought about the fact that you have the right to commit suicide. However, some people, such as Tony Nicklinson, a man who suffered from Locked-In Syndrome, are […]
    Read Full Article