We need to find new ways of navigating the disappointments that former icons can throw our way, argues Jacob Whitehead.
"For the many high-profile men we’ve seen fall from grace this year, their time ran out, the bubble burst – but think about how long that bubble had been growing."
In light of Kendrick Lamar’s historic Pulitzer Prize win, Madeleine Cater argues that rap has been overlooked as a genre for too long.
"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.
The Cambridge Analytica scandal might bring change, but you maybe think twice the next time you click ‘I agree’, argues Max Aitchison.
NGOs need to fix their 'white saviour' complex, argues Anna Ley.
"If Sandy Hook failed to change America's gun laws, will Parkland and #NeverAgain make a difference?"