Will I?: A woman’s journey of perception

The author made a request to remain anonymous. Sweat drenched the back of my blouse Trickling down the back of my spine The heat was unbearable Yet there I sat, still as a statue Looking at my reflection Infinite thoughts drifted through my mind Who was that?, I asked How? Why? The uneven brows The semi…

Child marriage in Malaysia

Kaylene is a first year LLB Law student from Malaysia. Her interests are politics, feminism and racism against Asians. Outside of university, you can likely find her in a Waterstones or exploring London. ‘Love is like the ocean. It’s not easy to stop when the waves hit.’ or so says the Terengganu government when asked about…

The war over Ukraine and the collateral damage we need to talk about

Sofia Lopez Simpson is a second year International Relations student. Her hobbies and interests include playing the guitar and spending hours making spotify playlists. Looks like the spotlight is going to the Ukrainian army fighting Russia. Now do not get me wrong, they deserve the spotlight they are receiving and more. But let’s not forget…

Food poverty in the United Kingdom

Loura Al Alanezi is a Politics (BA) student. She is from Kuwait, and she reports on the topics of poverty, mobility, security and conflict. Her hobbies include reading books and painting. Food poverty and its consequent impacts such as malnutrition have become more prominent within the United Kingdom due to increased costs of living, including food…