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Moving On Up

Moving On Up
You may have noticed a little (two month) gap in our publishing schedule recently. Sorry about that. Here's an update on what's going on. More »

Fair Trade Coffee: Not All It’s Ground Up To Be

Fair Trade Coffee: Not All It's Ground Up To Be
The ideal of fair trade products is incontrovertibly a good one. But what of the reality? Jordan Grey examines the cases on both sides. More »

Why We Should Have a Margaret Thatcher Day

Why We Should Have a Margaret Thatcher Day
Whether or not you agree with the policies of Margaret Thatcher, she remains an incredible female role model and absolutely deserves a day in her name, argues Alessia CesanaMore »

Australian Politics: A Brutal Game

Australian Politics: A Brutal Game
The brutal nature of Australian politics became shockingly clear this week as the nation's first female Prime Minister was deposed by her predecessor. But as a federal election looms, Max Rodgers examines what lies ahead. More »

Music is Power

Music is Power
Signing petitions is easy, but there's no match for actually going out there and getting hands on for a good cause — and there's no better medium than music, writes Alessia CesanaMore »

Snowed In: It’s Time to Close the NSA

Snowed In: It's Time to Close the NSA
Tensions have been high since NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden leaked his bosses' dirty laundry. Jordan Grey weighs in on the question that has left US popular opinion split right down the middle: is he a patriot, or a traitor? More »

Review: Sigur Rós – Kveikur

Review: Sigur Rós - Kveikur
Arriving just over a year since their last record, Kveikur sees ambient Icelandic band Sigur Rós expose a terrifyingly ominous side to their music. One listen to this will leave you shaken and exhilarated, writes Ted WinderMore »

Why Doctor Who Should Never Have a Female Doctor

Why Doctor Who Should Never Have a Female Doctor
It's not sexist to not want a woman to replace Matt Smith in Doctor Who, nor does it suggest a lack of equality. In fact, we should champion such a fine male role model, argues Alessia CesanaMore »

Gezi Park: Hope in the Eye of the Storm

Gezi Park: Hope in the Eye of the Storm
The recent riots in Turkey have seen the internet flooded with images of strife and police brutality. But don't let the fear-mongering, villain-aggrandising media fool you; there are always glimmers of hope, writes Jordan GreyMore »

Briefly: Murray’s Wimbledon Gamble


Andy Murray's decision to pull out of the French Open isn't because he's injured, it's because he is preparing to make his biggest attack yet on the most elusive goal of them all: Wimbledon. More »

Review: Daft Punk – Random Access Memories

Review: Daft Punk - Random Access Memories
Daft Punk's first album in eight years is a satisfyingly eclectic piece of art that draws on the talents of some of today's most prolific producers and DJs. But it certainly won't please everyone, writes Ted WinderMore »

Squashing the Butterflies: How to Deal with Nerves

Squashing the Butterflies: How to Deal with Nerves
Exam season is upon us, and nerves are inevitably in abundance. Izzy Nicol shares her guide to dealing with them — no Dutch courage required! More »