Nayana Mould discusses the emagazine Language Conference

The emagazine Language Conference In October, I visited an English language conference which I really enjoyed and decided to write about a couple of the lectures. The first talk was given by Ian Cushing, a highly qualified linguist who is a Lecturer in Education at Brunel University London, after working as a Teaching Fellow in […]

The cruel sport of horse racing by Nayana Mould

The cruel sport of horse racing Over 600 million view the Grand National each year; one of the most popular horse racing events in the calendar, not only attracting horse fanatics, but also punters, since events as such alongside Ascot and Cheltenham are hugely popular for betting. The racing industry has substantial net worth, in […]

How conservative is our current government? asks Nathaniel Sole-Potter

How conservative is our current government? Boris Johnson held a general election on the 12th of December 2019 and since then he’s been given free reigns over legislative power as he won with a significantly stronger majority of approx. 80 seats in the commons, compared to the period of minority government with Theresa May from […]

Scarlet Todd asks can we end poverty by just giving poor people money?

Can we end poverty by just giving poor people money?   Recently I read a very inspiring and thought-provoking book called ‘Utopia for Realists’ by Rutger Bregman. Bregman is a Dutch Historian and Author. In this book he discusses highly implementable ideas in which to improve and solve world social and economic issues such a […]

Scarlet Todd explains Doughnut Economics

What is Doughnut economics? Social media posts, news articles and reports about: climate change, social inequality, corruption, poverty, not forgetting global pandemics sway us to believe the world is doomed. I couldn’t help but wonder where did the world go so wrong? And, what can we do it make it right? This led me to […]

Archie Howitt analyses Euler’s Identity

Euler’s Identity Euler’s identity is an example of mathematical beauty, as it combines some of the most fundamental and irrational numbers to form a whole answer. It combines the additive identity (0) along with the multiplicative identity (1) with the most used irrational numbers of; π (the ratio of the circumference of a circle to […]

The biology of animal food allergies by Tom Palmer

It’s a well-known fact that dogs are allergic to chocolate, along with many other common human foods that may seem harmless, but does anybody ever question why? Dogs can die from ingesting too much dark chocolate, grapes, coffee beans, onions, garlic and tea, but what exactly is it that can kill them? The chemical in […]

Does History Really Matter by Hetta Hill

Does History Really Matter? I’m sure anyone who has studied history has come across someone who says something along the lines of “Why do you care? History is in the past – it doesn’t matter anymore!”, and (rightly) questioning how something as alien as the Feudal System or the Spanish Armada could possibly affect our […]