Ellie Boyd reviews Wakanda Forever and whether it lived up to its legacy.
On Sunday, November 6th, Strathclyde University’s FoodBank Society took in a staggering £900 for Glasgow Northeast Foodbank.
In a belated Black History Month bonus book review, Haneen Aleid tackles Rebecca Wanzo’s thought-provoking analysis of racist caricatures and what they can reveal about civil rights.
Ashleigh LaBar discusses controversial fast fashion brand ‘Shein’ and the impact they are having on the environment.
Editor-in-Chief Alyx Johnstone meets with political experts to discuss why Italy’s recent election matters, and what Italian PM Giorgia Meloni’s success means for the rest of wider Europe.
Erin Howatson shares her thoughts on Harry Styles’ latest big-screen appearance.
Yasmin Donald writes about how re-recording can be a powerful action for female artists to reinforce a message applicable to a female listener, reject society’s expectations of women, and retaliate against male authority.
“This is where the ‘newness’ of my spiritual journey comes in,” writes Kate Connor.
Evie Shields shares her thoughts on the honorary Scots, DMA’S, who packed out the Barrowlands on Halloween.
Charlotte O’Hara provides six essential albums to get you through the dark Autumn months.