Category - Features



Sex and one night stands are a hot topic of conversation for us uni folk, and a majority of people will have sex at university whether it’s their first time...


Review: Escape Rooms Cardiff

A new booze-free but fun experience in Cardiff.

For those of us who like something a little more out of the ordinary than the usual pubs and clubs of...


The Horn Identity

Emily Jones escapes down the rabbit hole and into London’s underground unicorn scene.
Do you reckon he dresses as a unicorn all of the time, or is it a...


Food For Thought

Molly Wyatt discusses the misunderstood and stigma-ridden world of eating disorders from a personal perspective. 
A seed planted behind the normalcy of...


When I Grow Up

Our childhood career dreams usually consist of the totally achievable professional occupations of cowboy/ghost hunter/ *insert crazy job here title here*. But...


The F-word

In an unapologetic account, Sanya Budhiraja and Elis Williams discuss the realms of gender eqaulity and what it really means to be a feminist.
Here’s an...


Tinder and the Rise of Technosexuals

As Tinder and a spawn of similar dating apps rise to new heights of popularity, Ciara Gillespie takes a look at how this app has taken the world of love, sex...


Funny Business

Laughing gas has become more than a drug, it’s now a commodity that businesses are built upon. And despite pressure from local government and the police...


Now You See It, Now You Don’t

As the feature continues to disappear and reappear again, Aimee-Lee Abraham wrestles the ‘British institution’ that is (or was!?) The Sun’s Page Three...


Pop, Look, Listen, Learn.

AIMEE-LEE ABRAHAM investigates the rise of nootropics (‘smart pills’) and the pressures that are influencing students to succumb to their...


Love Games

Exploring relationship issues at university with someone totally unqualified to do so.
I will make absolutely no pretenses about my credentials as any sort of...


The Unhealthy Ideal

With the pressure to physically conform now greater than ever, Andy Love takes a look at body image, marketing and our unhealthy obsession with health



My Frozen Face

Amelia Jones relives her frightening experience of facial paralysis, and reminds us that a smile goes a long way in ‘My Frozen Face’

I welcomed...