Guns and America: An outsider's perspective
I've lived in the US for seven months and there have already been four mass shootings.
Eight books you should read for Black History Month
Black History Month celebrates the actions of those forgotten in mainstream culture and history, here's a few books you should read.
Museums shouldn't be free. Here's why.
With funding decreasing every year museums are struggling to keep their exhibits running.
Young Adults to be included in World Book Day celebrations for the first time
In it's 20th year running, World Book Day have revealed all their plans for the 2018 celebration.
New York's Met museum to charge visitors for the first time in 50 years
New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art will charge $25 for tourists from March 2018.
Oxford history graduate is suing the university for £1 million because he did not get a First
He lost his chance at commercial law because of 'poor teaching'
Audience members' heart rates synchronise during live performance, study finds
New research conducted by University College London shows that the heart rates of audience members synchronise during live theatre
These high school seniors dressed up as movie characters and now I want to move to the US
These high school seniors officially have the best ID photos
TV Review: Wentworth Prison (Series 5, Episode 12)
It's the end of an era as Ferguson's reign of terror is finally buried in the series finale.
TV Review: Wentworth Prison (Series 5, Episode 11)
Ferguson continues to torment Vera this week, while Kaz plans the top dog's downfall.
Pride should be a safe space: An open letter
On Saturday night I met a boy who was attacked during Nottingham Pride. These words are for him.
TV Review: Wentworth Prison (Series 5, Episode 10)
Things go from bad to worse in this week's episode of Wentworth Prison.
University rejects $3m donation after being asked to shut down LGBT student group
Samford University turned down the offer from state churches when it was demanded the group be shut down in return for the money.
Boots refuses to reduce 'sexist' price for morning-after pill
The high street pharmacy charge almost double for the morning-after pill compared to other retailers who sell the product.
TV Review: Wentworth Prison (Series 5, Episode 9)
Vera learns that Jake is the dirty officer bringing drugs to the prison - will the Governor let her relationship get in the way of the safety of the women?
TV Review: Wentworth Prison (Series 5, Episode 8)
Ferguson and Sonia get closer while Franky and Bridget's relationship hits the rocks.
How Hamlet and Julius Caesar reflect our current political climate
We spoke to Katie Paterson, director of Article 19's production of Hamlet, about the parallels we can draw between Shakespeare, Trump, and young voters in Britain.