Is ‘Stupid Girls’ feminist?Read More Pink’s ‘Stupid Girls’ in 2017, is it a feminist text?
Race in Claudia Rankine’s CitizenRead More Citizen: Claudia Rankine’s representations
Surya Bonaly’s legacy, as told by RadiolabRead More Surya Bonaly: A response to Radiolab’s podcast ‘On the Edge’
From now on, I will be blogging under a new category, ‘Contemporary American Popular Culture’, a module title from my degree. The posts will form part of my assessments this year, so expect extra formality and (hopefully) less grammatical errors. Each week, I’ll be exploring a new topic, discussing various media forms and their […]Read More A new category?
The top free things to do in Edinburgh.Read More Top Free Things to do in Edinburgh
Should we be working towards a ‘summer body’?Read More The problem with a ‘Summer Body’
Gibraltar is the perfect destination for sight-seeing, drinking, sunbathing and most importantly, eating. Gibraltar hosts a mix of British venues as well as individual, local restaurants. This visual compilation is here to inform you, or possibly to make you very very hungry. Although not the most exciting sounding, or the most visually pleasing, […]Read More Guide to the Best Restaurants in Gibraltar
On a sunny half term day, an English Literature student approaches Stratford Upon Avon, the iconic birthplace of Shakespeare and now a town that’s dedicated to its literary heritage. The medieval town boasts historic architecture in busy, modern high-streets filled with everything from designer shops to unique Stratford-exclusive stores. The town’s river provides picturesque views […]Read More Travel Guide: Stratford Upon Avon
A few weeks ago, when I made my regular trip to buy my newest Double Wear foundation, an Estèe Lauder rep told me that if I bought any two products, I’d get a selection of Estèe Lauder products to try for free! Obviously I snapped the offer, stocked up on my usual foundations and tried […]Read More Estèe Lauder Illuminator Review