Women in Horror

Words by Lottie Skala Art by Lottie Skala 2018 has been the year of remakes and sequels, with the likes of A Star Is Born, Creed II and The Grinchto name but a few. Two stand-outs, solely for their genre, are Luca Guadagnino’s remake of Dario Argento’s classic Suspiria(1977) and David Gordon Green’s sequel to…

Year Abroad: The Ultimate Unknown

Words by Jemima Skala Art by Ana Ovilo This article is part of the ‘UNKNOWN’ series. Next piece to be published on the 6th December. The unknown. That dreaded open space that stretches out before you, a horrendously blank canvas that you are painfully aware that you must paint with your experiences, whatever they turn…

Let Go: My Sobriety

Words by Maya Wenzel Art By Logan Wenzel Part 1. This has nothing to do with me thinking I’m better than you. This has everything to do with me stopping myself from doing something I don’t want to do, something I can no longer handle. Like many people, I have had fun experiences with alcohol….

Tell Me Why… TECHNO

The concept that drives one person, maybe the reason why someone else is deterred. So, to quote THE voice of reason, Boy Zone, ‘Tell me why’… you do/do not like techno Tell me why’… you do Like Techno by Happa (Samir Alikhanizadeh) If I’m honest, I don’t actually listen to that much Techno outside of the club. I…

A Period Drama: Why we need to start talking openly about menstruation

Written by Heather Walswalchdevries Art by Elena Chabbi “I might shower tonight,” I told my friend and colleague Scott. “Whoa, is that time of the month again?!” He replied, referring to the ongoing joke that my sense of hygiene is severely underdeveloped, and that if I was a Sim the little thing above my head would…

Converting the Nonbelievers: The importance of solidarity for feminism

Words by Heather Walswalchdevries Art by Harriet Speed I have a brother, a father, a mother and a boyfriend who I love (maybe not my boyfriend yet: we’re taking things slow, you know), admire, and who I overall find interesting and intelligent human beings. Despite the fact that I am so very fond of them and…

Open relationships

Tell me why you DO have open relationships… “Please, whatever you do, don’t come back with an American boyfriend” my mum joked over coffee at Stansted, just a few hours before I boarded my flight to California. “Of course not” I confidently assured her. I was going to return home with a tan, not a…