‘Everything I Know About Love’ by Dolly Alderton

By Georgia Bisbas | Content Writer Alderton’s 2018 memoir was met with critical acclaim, it was a Sunday Times Best Seller and won a National Book Award for Autobiography of the Year, not to mention the unilateral praise from her adoring fan base of millennial women who relate to and admire her writing. I am one such card-carrying member, and let me tell you, we … Continue reading ‘Everything I Know About Love’ by Dolly Alderton

‘Intimations’ by Zadie Smith

Georgia Bisbas | Student Writer Smith’s latest collection of essays, Intimations is exactly what it says on the tin. Simultaneously prophetic and immediate, each essay hints towards the unified dilemmas and aversions of lockdown, all while interrogating cultural issues in the wider world through her signature intelligent tone. I read these essays on a grey afternoon, much like the grey afternoons of lockdown, but I … Continue reading ‘Intimations’ by Zadie Smith

Our Bodies Their Battlefield, Christina Lamb

Georgia Bisbas | Student Writer Content Warning: Sexual Assault Veteran correspondent Christina Lamb’s unflinching report of the suffering women have experienced in war is utterly staggering. Trauma, fear, and the risk of ostracism often prevent the majority of women from sharing their stories, but on this occasion, Lamb has given them a voice. Some are insistent they be named and remembered for their suffering, including … Continue reading Our Bodies Their Battlefield, Christina Lamb

Why do we think the rich should save us now?

Georgia Bisbas | Student Writer In the past few days social media has been awash with stories of generosity and kindness. There has been an upsurge in people looking out for elderly relatives and neighbours and offering help to those in their community who need it most as the threat of Coronavirus continues. On twitter however, I have witnessed a war cry of outrage against … Continue reading Why do we think the rich should save us now?