"I tend to see it not so much as an uplifting of one gender - a celebration of all things feminine - but rather a story of how an unfairly oppressed group, against all historical precedents, liberated itself on its own terms."
‘Trump has been in the public consciousness of American society for so long that he has been mistaken for an authority figure, and his words and opinions mistaken as truths and facts.‘
'Someone who wants to go out once a week even though they’ve decided to pursue education past undergraduate level? Good heavens!'
Two weeks ago, Ronald Coyne from Cambridge University decided to burn cash in front of a homeless man. He thus became the embodiment of Disraeli’s complaint of our society being “two nations between whom there is no intercourse and no...
A week on from the annual day of love, Julia Atherley argues that celebrating a third-century saint who advocated marriage for love’s sake is not only relevant in 2017, but necessary.
As the idea of Valentine’s Day becomes more prominent, so does the pressure to spend. Great for the economy, but not so great for the heart or wallet.
Lolita Gendler has a chat with the director of the Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art.