Opinion / Crossing the Line? Sexual Assault on Trial

Last month the world watched as one of the largest sexual abuse scandals in sporting history finally came to a dramatic end. Since 2016, former Team USA gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar has been publicly accused by over 150 women and girls of sexual assault. The use and abuse of his position that would allow him… Continue reading Opinion / Crossing the Line? Sexual Assault on Trial

Opinion / Zoella’s 12 Days of Extortion

Christmas - a joyous time spent with family and friends, being thankful for the time we have with said loved ones. However, given the consumerist society in which we live, it perhaps comes as no surprise to learn that exploitation is the dish being served for many this festive season. Facing particular backlash in this… Continue reading Opinion / Zoella’s 12 Days of Extortion

Year Abroad / Overcoming homesickness

Guess who's back again with another year abroad post? Yep, you guessed it. It's been over two months since I moved to Spain now and quite honestly, it has felt more like two years. I went home last month for a couple of days and for a while, I was absolutely fine, seeing friends, going… Continue reading Year Abroad / Overcoming homesickness

Opinion / The NME Awards 2016

It's award season, people! The Oscars, Grammys, BAFTAs, BRITS and everything else in between have been awarding the 'very best' within the film and music industries in the last month or so. While I think that me going into depth on something like the Grammy's is just only going to get me a ton of… Continue reading Opinion / The NME Awards 2016