Here, Natalie Horrobin assesses the significance of the climate clock in NYC. To what extent is this just another Instagram trend that will soon be forgotten? Natalie is reading English at the University of Liverpool. Continue reading The unveiling of the climate clock in New York City: help or hindrance?
Here, Beth Mendleton, one of BAbble’s Opinion Editors, delves deeper into the idolisation of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, assessing whether this paints a true picture of her life and legacy. Beth is studying Media, Journalism and Culture at Cardiff University Continue reading The ‘notorious Ruth Bader Ginsburg’: exploring her life and legacy
What does the future hold for relations between Britain and Ireland? Here, Ella Lloyd explores the impact of Brexit negotiations on Northern Ireland. Ella is studying Journalism, Media and Sociology at Cardiff University. Continue reading What does Brexit mean for Northern Ireland?
Kicking off our political profiles series, April Howard questions whether the enigmatic leadership of Justin Trudeau is too good to be true. April is studying English Literature at Durham University. Continue reading Political profiles: Justin Trudeau
Here, Ollie Geffen assess the history of the sibling rivalry between Ghana and Nigeria, stressing the need for co-operation in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. Ollie is studying PPE at Durham University. Continue reading Ghana and Nigeria: a sibling rivalry
Will Trump’s campaign of “law and order” defeat Biden’s push for a moderate approach to American politics? Here, Michael Gaughan assess the political climate in the lead up to the 2020 US Election. Michael is reading Politics at Durham University. Continue reading The road to election day: Trump vs Biden