Student Activism in the Era of Toxic Politics: Banning to Blacklisting

  Current Events Reporter Isa Betoret García is a second year War Studies and History student attended the recent meeting with the Queen on March 19th. The same day, at least 10 KCL students had their student IDs blocked from entrance into any campus with the explanation that they were considered ‘security threats’. [Featured Image: Queen…

True Crime, White Men, and Patriarchy: I’m Bored.

Contributor Izzy Caldwell is a third year English Literature at KCL with an interest in human rights literature, disability representation, and a good bit of jazz. [Featured Image: Ten finger prints taken from a crime scene pressed on to a cream coloured police record card.] The wonderful Anoushka Chakrapani recently wrote a great piece in…

Redefining Representation: Colonial Classrooms

Moshka Mehta first year International Relations student from India. In her free time she likes to address the issues of colonisation, representation and feminism. Currently struggling through studies and the angst of adulthood. [Featured Image: Two KCL students sitting and speaking in the Strand courtyard.] Just this morning, I was attending a lecture of International…

BDSM: Deconstructing the Stigma Pt. II –Politics of the Bedroom

Current Events Reporter Charlotte Kissick-Jones is a second year studying English at KCL, and the author of this three part investigative series on the BDSM scene in central London. This piece explores the feminist implications of BDSM from the perspective of students here at King’s College London. [Featured Image: A young person in all black…