The tragic news of Sarah Everard’s death has hit hard for so many women as they share online their personal experiences of sexual harassment. Here, Natalie Horrobin puts into words what many women are feeling around the country right now. Natalie is studying English at the University of Liverpool. Continue reading Sarah Everard – what is it like to walk alone as a woman?
Lydia Stroud, BAbble’s Current Affairs Editor, explores how the COVID-19 pandemic has fundamentally challenged the way in which we view the financial burden placed on students to attend university. Lydia is reading History and Economics at the University of Manchester. Continue reading Student debt and COVID-19
As we make our way into 2021, Lydia Stroud, BAbble’s Current Affairs Editor, reflects on some of the ‘good news’ stories of 2020 and why we can be optimistic for a better year ahead. Lydia is reading History and Economics at the University of Manchester. Continue reading Looking back at the brighter side of 2020
Here, Natalie Horrobin explores the oppression of female bodily rights in Poland following the tightening on abortion laws. Natalie is studying English at the University of Liverpool. Continue reading Reproductive rights in Poland: Pro-choice’s biggest ever protest
Here, Devika Sunand recounts her experiences of the COVID-19 outbreak in Kerala, her home state in India. Devika is studying Media, Journalism and Culture at Cardiff University. Continue reading COVID-19 in Kerala, India
In this piece, Megan Williams assesses Marcus Rashford’s campaign for free school meals, exploring what this tells us about the problems of the UK political system in 2020. Megan is studying Chemistry at Southampton University. Continue reading Marcus Rashford’s free school meals campaign: footballers replacing politicians?