Feminism’s last battle
(12 minute read) Abigail Favale untangles the strands of a constantly evolving debate which risks turning into an Armageddon moment for feminism.
The return to campus – a survival guide
(4 minute read) Dennis Relojo-Howell offers advice on how to stay safe – and sane – as universities tentatively open their doors.
Being the other at home
(4 minute read) Lisa Fraser lifts the curtain on the battle for Britishness and considers what integration really means.
Hashtag Hush! Cancel culture and the right to free speech
(3 minute read) Nicole Law looks at the dilemmas posed by the new tendency to shame unpopular opinions via 'cancel culture'.
Love, loss and … literature
(6 minute read) From Africa to England - Sean Organ reveals the backstory of the great author J. R. R. Tolkien and considers how much influence it might have had on his writing.
Magna Carta – a very modern charter
(6 minute read) Edward Kendall finds surprisingly relevant lessons from one of Europe’s greatest historical documents.
(2 minute read) Nicole Law explores 'toxic positivity' and says it's time to tackle our fear of feeling down.
The news will make you dumb
(6 minute read) Allen Mendenhall suggests a novel approach to staying informed, consuming news and understanding current affairs.
The cruelty of commercialised sex
(6 minute read) Our commercially sexualised culture is leading ever more young men into hatred and violence, argues Edmund Adamus.
Out of Africa
(5 minute read) Clare Campbell experienced some of her greatest lessons in life under the Kenyan sun, on a mission with the Salesian Sisters.