A Murderer's Lament: in the Name of Grace Millane

This article has been published anonymously. [Featured Image: Artwork produced by Grace Millane in 2018. Image depicts a face painted in the yellows, blues, and purples of a bruise. The eyes are big, brown, and sad.] “She was a slut She was asking for it She died in a sex game gone wrong She liked…

UK: 100 Years of Women in Law

Eliška Stroehlein is a third year English Law – French Law student at Panthéon-Assas University Paris II with an interest in international law, queerness, and representation. [Featured Image: A faceless cartoon with long black hair wearing a white collar shirt and a black robe, holding a gavel and a folder. They are standing against a…

Being Non-White at a White University: It's Time to Decolonise

Sarah Nizarali is a first-year History and Iberian Studies student. She hopes to one day go into post-colonial studies and research the Lusophone and South Asian world. In her free time, she tries to run away from commercialisation, tucking herself into tiny coffee shops, independent films and the mountains. [Featured Image: The Maughan Library’s cream…