In this article for National Read a Book Day, Wendy Liu provides a review of her favourite book; Dostoevsky’s ‘Crime and Punishment’. Wendy is studying Law at Durham University.
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Here, Omo Ifabua considers whether the new ‘hybrid learning’ approach which many universities are taking is really the best course of action. Omo is studying Journalism, Media and Culture at Cardiff University. Continue reading ‘Hybrid learning’ in post-lockdown Britain – the good, the bad and the unreliable WiFi
Here, Caitlin Grigg-Williams argues that poetry is through and through rooted by Politics. Caitlin is a Welsh student who has just finished A Levels in English, History and Law and is hoping to study History and English at University. Continue reading Poetry is politics
In this article, Saskia Ackermann-Clark holds the fast fashion industry to account in assessing the commercial consequences that are hidden from the public eye. Saskia is reading Business and Management with Industrial Experience BSc at the University of Exeter. Continue reading Shackled by the supply chain
BAbble’s Editor-in-Chief, Sophie Farmer, delves into the works of Christopher Marlowe and the influence these had on Shakespeare. Sophie is reading English Literature BA at Durham University. Continue reading Marlowe: A playwright, a spy, a rival
In this article Ruby Tomlinson draws upon the relationship between Frankenstein and Lombroso’s studies on the Atavistic form. Ruby is currently reading English Literature BA at Durham University. Continue reading Frankenstein and the Atavistic form