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In the darkness

May 15, 2016 |

It was 3am and I couldn’t sleep again. I knew I had to be up in a few hours for a lecture at 9am and I couldn’t miss another lecture this week. The silly little voice in my head started … Read More

Have the NUS elections created an unrepresentative student body?

May 9, 2016 |

The NUS (National Union of Students) Annual Conference held in Brighton two weeks ago might have been the most controversial for over a decade. Malia Bouattia, former NUS Black Students’ Officer, was elected as the first female Muslim NUS President … Read More

UK Local Elections 2016

May 7, 2016 |

A South Asian, Sadiq Khan, was elected as Mayor of London for the first time, highlighting how multicultural the capital is. With less than 45% of the city’s population being White British, the colour of one’s skin is becoming much … Read More