'I refuse, simply, to retweet, to repeat, to believe casual remarks, declarations, retweets made by people as uninformed as me about subjects we all know no facts about. I am simply not sure how things stand.'
Juliette Holland argues that the fall in student numbers offers us an insightful glimpse into the mechanisms of a commercially driven society, rather than simply reflecting a changing mentality towards university.
Conor Johnson discusses the #It’sOkNotToBeOk campaign, suggesting the role of universities and institutions can only go part of the way in tackling men’s mental health issues. We, as individuals, have an opportunity to make a greater impact by...
'What we don’t seem to have consumers rights to, however, is lifelong access to university resources.' Read why Abdulla Ibrahim thinks this needs to change.
Will Bloor reflects on the achievements of Gareth Southgate's 2018 England Squad in changing the game and uniting the nation.
Juliette Holland discusses the problems of taking reality TV programme Love Island too seriously, and also not seriously enough.
"If free speech is a crime, then it is a noble one that should be committed more often." Sam Betley defends Niall Ferguson.