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Interview: Anthony O'Shaughnessy and Sweta Choudhury
At West Dean’s Chilli Fiesta, Anthony O'Shaughnessy and Sweta Choudhury chat about the festival and their foodie experiences since MasterChef.
Interview: Giles Thompson
We caught up with chef Giles Thompson at West Dean's Chilli Fiesta where he hosted the Cookery Theatre shows.
Interview: Jack Stein
At West Dean's Chilli Fiesta, chef Jack Stein chats about the festival and offers advice for foodie students.
UK’s biggest chilli festival returns tomorrow
West Dean’s Chilli Fiesta is back for its 23rd year.
Art Review: 'Wassall & Lohe' @ Fiumano Clase
Visually-contrasting works by two artists are brought together in the inaugural exhibition at Fiumano Clase.
Interview: Stuart Laws, Gabby Best and Will Brown from 'The Journey'
Written and directed by stand-up comedian Stuart Laws and starring Gabby Best and Will Brown, 'The Journey' combines humour with a complex discussion of gender relations.
#BloodNormal: The importance of Bodyform's new campaign
Red liquid has been used in an advert for sanitary products for the first time.
Art Review: Fiat Lucks @ Fiumano Projects
With subtlety and sophistication, the exhibition questions the temporal natures of moving films and still images.
Art Review: Contra-Internet @ Gasworks
Exploring the growing hegemony of the internet, this exhibition is as fascinating as it is daring.
Magritte: Why the meanings in his artworks will always remain a mystery
50 years since the surrealist's death, we delve deeper into his cryptic thinking.
Impostor syndrome: why it's necessary for us to open up about self-doubt
If you have ever felt like a fraud for not being good enough for the position you are in, you are not alone.
Eyebrow Art: it's harder than it looks
May your brows blend in no more.
Universities must address high rates of mental health issues amongst students
The number of students with mental health issues has been growing at an alarming rate over recent years.
Live Fashion raised awareness of AIDS with its latest show
During this year's Men's Fashion Week, the show used fashion to send a powerful message.
University in India asks female employees to leave campus by 6pm for their own safety
Women have been asked to seek permission from the VC if they wish to stay in the office later.
Social media and cosmetic procedures: how are the pressures of body image affecting us?
A recent report showed a link between social media and the rise in popularity of cosmetics procedures in the UK.
Why men need feminism too
Femininity is often associated with weakness; this negatively impacts people of all genders.