Tag - featured

Features

How do I know he’s gay?

By Georgi Georgiev
A question that might appear quite frivolous on the surface, but is, in fact, an important one to ask. Essentially, it can be rephrased as:...

Features

Spooky Fun or Insensitive Branding?

By Bethany Griffiths
Halloween has certainly changed a lot since I was a kid. It used to be a minor event that merely served to kick off the festive season –...

Features

The Dark Side of Reality TV?

By Bethany Griffiths
I think it’s safe to say that this summer could go down in history as being one of the most eventful the UK has ever seen (probably a...

Music

The Magic Gang- UK Tour

The Magic Gang are heading out on tour with Sundara Karma this Autumn. The Magic Gang are no strangers to touring with other big names including Wolf Alice...

Travel

Cardiff Uni France Surf Trip!

Beach parties, bikini weather and bell tents in the sunny South of France… What better a way to celebrate the end of this grim time of dissertations and...

Columnist

What is Benevolent Sexism?

By Maria Mellor
When you think of sexism, an image that may come to mind is that of the pig-headed idiots in the comments section of YouTube who think...

Film & TV

Review: Spectre

After mass promotion and media build-up the latest James Bond film, Spectre finally opens onto Day of the Dead, Mexico City, with a long continuous moving...

Culture

Review: Leviathan, Sherman Theatre

From its humble beginnings in 2004, Òran Mór’s a Play, a Pie & a Pint series has enjoyed massive success the world over, and it’s easy to see why...

Features

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...

Music

Interview: Menace Beach

Dillon Eastoe chats to Menace Beach singer and guitarist Ryan Needham about their freshman release, reading the reviews and keeping it real
Two years after...

Food & Drink

Food As Art

Kathryn Lewis takes a look at how our plates are becoming frames for our foodie conquests
There was a time when food solely served a nutritional purpose; food...

Uncategorised

Quench Workshops: Reviews

We at Quench have decided we want to share what we know with anybody at Cardiff University. Disclaimer: we’re not professionals, but we try our darned...

Film & TV

Review: Boyhood

Inventive in its production; Richard Linklater’s Boyhood depicts the growth of a boy through his adolescence, the trials his family face and the...

Film & TV

Shows Cancelled Before Their Time

Nothing lasts forever.
Throughout the calendar year, we see countless shows that fall under the axe of TV networks. If, like me, the debris of multiple...

css.php