"Increasingly choked with students, the once unbearable crush of Jimmy Allen’s dancefloor has pushed its way into almost all of Durham’s nightclubs."
Cecily Hayton explores and deconstructs the unsettling sexual content and depictions of gender roles in traditionally accepted Fairy Tales.
Harriet Willis recounts how a recent university field trip to Scotland’s Isle of Skye proved that this country’s holiday game isn’t all too bad.
As the World Cup kicks off, Palatinate Sport predict the winners, England's chances, the dark horses and the Golden Boot.
"This is your time to enjoy, whether you’re a Klute regular or plan on spending every evening glued to Love Island." Catherine Meyer-Funnell on post-exams freedom.
Creative Writing sits down with acclaimed poet Hollie McNish, winner of the Ted Hughes Award for New Work in Poetry, to chat about the process of writing poetry and sharing it with the world.
"What many people don’t know about cheer is the athleticism, pain and sweat that goes into making it all look so ‘easy’." DU Cheer Captain Izzy Mclure challenges cheer stereotypes.