What inspires you? A reading list for young women, by young women, on International Women's Day
From hallowed feminist manifestos to a novel about bees, young women recommend an 'inspiring' read.
Friday Poem: Paul Laurence Dunbar
One of the first African-American writers to gain international recognition.
Friday poem: Five poems not about love
Some literary alternatives after Valentine's day.
Friday Poem: Langston Hughes
He was one of the first artists in jazz poetry.
"We have to be sad sometimes to be happy": Helen Russell on happiness, hope and student mental health
Helen Russell speaks to The National Student about her new book The Atlas of Happiness.
Five of the most beautiful WW1 poems written by women
A huge amount of war poetry was also produced by women.
Friday Poem: Edmund Blunden, war poet
A poet of WW1 to commemorate the centenary of the Armistice.
Friday Poem: Ivor Gurney, war poet
A poet of the First World War.
Natural History Museum defends hosting “blood money” Saudi embassy event
It comes after the suspected murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
Drama students awarded £72,500 for their studies by Laurence Olivier Bursaries scheme
The fund provides aid to final-year students in financial difficulty.
From literature to drinking, ten quotes from F Scott Fitzgerald on his birthday
Delving beyond 'borne back ceaselessly into the past'.
What does the US-China trade war mean for the art world?
Is art the latest casualty of the trade war between the US and China?
Interview: Improv comedy troupe Hivemind on their Fringe shows Playlight Robbery and Lord of the Game of the Ring of Thrones
We chat to the troupe about fantasy, the Fringe, and anthropomorphic vegetables.
Fringe Review: NewsRevue @ Underbelly
Joyous, high-energy and ruthlessly funny.
Fringe Review: The Durham Revue present: Zeitgeist
One of the best student sketch shows at the Fringe.
Fringe Review: The Noise Next Door's Really, Really Good Afternoon Show (At Sea!) @ Gilded Balloon
A high-energy show marred by lazy stereotypes and cheap humour.