Nathan Weavers provides a thorough analysis of the options we have regarding Brexit, at a time when the process of withdrawing from the EU has reached a stalemate.
Chloé Meley discusses how the Aziz Ansari story renewed an age-old debate surrounding sexual consent, and the way we ought to conceptualise it in the Me Too era.
James Steel argues that the Liberal Democrats better represent young people’s interests than the Labour party, on issues such as tuition fees or the EU referendum.
Carlinhos Manuel Gomes discusses the superficiality of Veganuary, which contributes to the misunderstanding of veganism as a lifestyle and a political decision.
Bethany Dawson writes about the continued need for feminism in a society in which equality has been achieved in theory, while in reality pressing gender issues are still at stake.
Felice Southwell writes about the recent open meeting organised by student activists between a representative of University management and Surrey staff and students, which addressed various issues that many students are affected by and yet misinformed about.
Yasmin Ayture discusses ‘hygge’ as a form of happiness, and how we can attain it.
Javier Martín Merchán discusses Catalonia’s bid for independence, in terms of the historical rationale behind it and the potential consequences for Spanish democracy.