Lewis McClenaghan talks about his experience at the Tate Modern film installation “The Clock” and what it tells us all about cinema, society and the lives of each and every one of us
Politics and Economics Editor Andrew Kersley looks at new Netflix film 22 July and wonders what it tells us about the rise of the far right across Europe
Through exploring Mrs. McGinty’s Dead, Andrew Kersley discusses how Agatha Christie subverts reader expectations and rejuvenates the murder mystery genre.
Tom Westgarth looks at housing crisis currently plaguing the UK, and outlines the action government has to take now to solve it.
Neville Lai questions the myth that it was Europeans who first pioneered globalisation by looking at the influence of Genghis Khan and the Silk Road
Politics and Economics coeditor Andrew Kersley reviews Owen Jones’ recent talk at the Warwick Arts Centre and questions the role he plays in politics
Camille d’Arjuzon makes the case for why Warwick University should declare a climate emergency and how you can support this movement
Solomon Jones takes a look at the US cultural obsession with consumerism and breaks down the environmental costs of consumption
Tom Harrison breaks down the IPCC report; looking at the insight it provides in the battle against Climate Change or whether it is too late for humanity’s life on Earth
An exploration of the future of medical marijuana on university campuses in Arizona by Valentine Sargent, a student at Northern Arizona University.
Law student and Warwick Globalist Secretary, Leanne Hemming, reflects on her internship at the Pulaski County Public Defender’s Office and shares what she has learned about the American Criminal Justice System.
Being a postgrad isn’t easy, Anita Slater unpicks the assumptions and difficulties around postgraduate life, considering how students can feel alienated from their own universities.
Simron Gill discusses the extent of the crisis in the Warwick DC region and especially Leamington Spa and how we can humanise and treat those affected by it