Editorials

Our expectations of University may never be fulfilled, but we can be

Saskia Starritt discusses the reality of university, and why we need to stop falling into the trap of unrealistic expectations

CLASH OF COMMENTS: Are you proud to be British?

YES- Joseph Silke Britain can get a bad rap, particularly from the British. Self-deprecation is an ingrained part of our…

CLASH OF COMMENTS: Was Theresa May justified in ordering strikes on Syria?

YES- James Hare Let me preface this article by saying that I am no particular fan of Theresa May. Regular…

EDITORS COMMENT: It’s Mayday for the NHS

I write this from home, 2 weeks into a pretty serious virus which has kept me in bed the whole…

Being Scottish at an English University: An exercise in confusion

Being Scottish at an English University radically changes my experience of University

EDITOR’S OPINION: We can’t skimp on innovation

“Splendid Job, what’s the scale” Oh erm one to one” I think I can speak for many people when I…

EDITOR’S OPINION: Hitting the Bullseye

  I was scrolling through Twitter when I stumbled upon a trip down memory lane. Bullseye, a favourite of mine…

EDITOR’S OPINION: 2018: A brave new world

2018 marks my 20th year on this planet, a fact that I find entirely terrifying. It is not that I…

EDITOR’S OPINION: Is Yoyo worth the crack?

  Café Nero has now also begun accepting Yoyo points: discounted geese available there from now until Christmas “Can I…

EDITOR’S OPINION: We are all students of the world

EU fees allow more skills to come to this country, and gives us life-changing opportunity

EDITOR’S OPINION: Does TV need to catch up?

With Netflix and Amazon Prime beginning to dominate the market, Jan de Boer asks whether the TV has a future in the household?

EDITOR’S OPINION: Yorkshire: ‘int it grand?

James Hare wishes all newcomers a warm welcome into God’s Own County