In this article, Katie Heyes argues that right now young people deserve support rather than criticism from the government and their universities. Katie is studying French and Spanish at Durham. Continue reading Are young people becoming scapegoats in the Government response to COVID-19?
Here, Dana Issa explores the lack of coverage in the media and international response of the inhumane treatment of Uighur Muslims in China. Dana is studying English Literature and Creative Writing at Swansea University. Continue reading Uighur Muslim detention camps in China — why is nothing being done?
In this article, Ellie Smith explores the stigma around identifying as a feminist, and the need for a more inclusive and unified feminist movement. Ellie is studying English Literature at the University of Warwick. Continue reading Modern day feminism: an exclusive club or a place for all?
Harrison Newsham discusses the scepticism of the anti-vax movement and how education is crucial to encouraging widespread vaccination. Harrison is reading English Literature at Durham University. Continue reading Should a coronavirus vaccine be made compulsory for all?
In this article, Tabitha Wilson examines the consequences of the re-election of Andrzej Duda for the LGBT community in Poland. Tabitha is studying Politics at Durham University. Continue reading Duda’s re-election: what does it mean for the LGBT+ community?
In this article Dominic Clear analyses the motives behind Trump’s supposed TikTok ban and whether these are justified. Dominic is studying Law at Durham University. Continue reading Trump says “Time’s Up!” to TikTok