(2021-22, Issue 5, 11th of November – 24th of November in 2021)
Editor’s Recommendation: My Mad Fat Diary
Arts and Media Editor, Ally Rosbotham, provides her recommendation for this winter’s binge-watchers! My Mad Fat DiaryKeep Reading
Nightline Awareness Week: We’re Here To Listen
Monday 15th of November marks the beginning of QUB Nightline’s Awareness Week! Keep reading to find out what it’s like being a Nightline volunteer!Keep Reading
Astroworld: Are Concerts Safe?
International Affairs Editor, Ellie Fletcher, explores what impact the Astroworld tragedy could have on global safety regulations.Keep Reading
COP26: The Onus Shifts to Leaders Involved in COP26 to Act
Claire Dickson writes about the COP26 protests in Glasgow and the growing demand for meaningful actionKeep Reading
Tory Sleaze Scandal: Can the Conservatives Maintain Their ‘working man’ Party Image?
Editor-in-Chief, Aidan Lomas, reports on the recent Tory Sleaze Scandals involving Owen Paterson and Sir Geoffrey Cox.Keep Reading
ARCHIVE: Dominic Cummings BBC interview: The ‘be all and end all’ performance?
ARCHIVE: Former Editor Peter Donnelly reports on the Dominic Cummings BBC Interview – it was by no means the ‘be all and end all’ interview.Keep Reading
Review: Lana Del Rey’s Blue Banisters
Olivia Heggarty reviews Lana Del Rey’s latest release, Blue BanistersKeep Reading
Managerial Merry Go-Round is Once Again Back in Full & Merciless flow
Deputy and Sports Editor Rory Morrow analyses some of the Premier League’s recent managerial exitsKeep Reading
Which Partnership at Stormont Will Benefit the Economy in 2022?
The Gown’s Business and Economics Editor, Edward Ferrin ponders possible economic futures for Northern IrelandKeep Reading
Editorial: Should Sport and Politics Really Be Intertwined?
Deputy and Sports Editor, Rory Morrow reflects on whether politics really belongs in sportKeep Reading
FEATURE: COP26 and The Goal of Net Zero
Environmental Editor Fleur Howe explores the goal of net zero around COP26: ” Johnson’s focus on securing a future will not be possible if the global responsibility is placed solely on future plans and not on the plans for now.”Keep Reading