In light of Kendrick Lamar’s historic Pulitzer Prize win, Madeleine Cater argues that rap has been overlooked as a genre for too long.
Saiorse Walsh challenges the common assumption that arts degrees are 'redundant', and argues that they can be infinitely worthwhile.
Rollo Speak reflects on the outcome of the UCU strikes, arguing that student apathy was always going to render them ineffective.
Struggling to find a seat in the Billy B? That’s just the start. Durham’s problems are about to get a whole lot worse, argues Zoë Boothby.
"The Commonwealth is still a promising institution that can provide some cohesion between states with a shared past." Hanna Suliman-Nicol on the future of the Commonwealth.
Tom Watling discusses the recent Hatfield incident, stating Durham "is an institution unconcerned with its social pitfalls, and more concerned with safety in numbers and sticking to its roots."
Emma Chapman discusses the £72m government-funded Homelessness Reduction Act and suggests more needs to be done to aid the crisis.