Hey ! I'm Lisa. MSc Data Science student at KCL and Analytics graduate at The University of Southampton. I love movies, books, and Coffee. I'm also passionate about politics. Other than stuying, riding, and Netflix, I can't stop writing.
Former News Editor for Wessex Scene
The House of Lords to block the Higher Education Bill
The bill enters the committee stage in the House of Lords on Monday
Gender pay gap reduced to 5% for millennials
Women in their twenties are catching up on their male counterparts.
TV Review: Sherlock - 'The Six Thatchers'
The return of the hit BBC series left us wanting more - and not in a good way.
Catch the latest trailer for War For The Planet of The Apes
The trailer for War For The Planet of The Apes is finally here.
Research shows that Disney princess films are dominated by male dialogue
Research shows that most Disney films are dominated by male dialogue
TV Review: Gilmore Girls : A Year in the Life, 'Summer'
The penultimate return to Gilmore-land.
Will Sherlock meet fans' expectations after its three year absence?
After three years of frustration, the waiting might actually disadvantage the Sherlock TV show.
So, how did Donald Trump end up winning the US election?
Trump beats the polls.
Forget Scandinavia - no countries have really achieved equality for women in work
Despite Northern Europe being held up as the shining beacon of equality in the world, all is not as it seems.
Michael Fassbender and Alicia Vikander discuss the challenges of melodrama in The Light Between Oceans
The stars of the upcoming film, The Light Between Oceans discuss the process of becoming their characters and the process of filming the heartwrenching drama
New book The Illuminati takes us a spiritual journey - from the birth of Christianity to Wikileaks
Howells’ book guides us into the history of spirituality from the emergence of Christianism to today’s activist groups.
Do superhero stories translate better on TV than on film?
You can't move for superhero adaptations these days, but are the television series better than the larger, limited cinematic universes?