Resham Khan conducts a forensic expose on the seemingly untouchable and historically entrenched elitist culture that pervades every level of the rowing community. Continue reading The toxic RE(al)M of rowing: racism, elitism, misogyny
Alice Connor, one of BAbble’s Lifestyle editors, explains her reasons for shaving her head and explores why this choice is seen to be inherently political. Alice is reading Politics BA at the University of Sheffield. Continue reading Nothing compares to you — why I shaved my head to understand myself
In this, Louisa Hanton, BAbble’s Opinion Editor, examines the accessibility of sustainable fashion and whether we are taking the right approach to oppose fast fashion. Lydia is reading English and History at Durham University. Continue reading The exclusivity of sustainable fashion
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
The app has been essential in keeping the world entertained during lockdown — now, Omo Ifabua discusses whether Tik Tok’s potential disappearance may be for the best. Continue reading Tik Tok & Body Insecurity – Are we fighting a losing battle?
In this, Katie Heyes examines the effects of lockdown on our motivation and productivity levels. Katie reads Modern Languages and Cultures at Durham University. Continue reading ‘Lockdown ennui’ – our inner battle for motivation