Nicole Howlett discusses the value of religious influence on our schooling in modern day Britain. Nicole is reading English Literature at Durham University. Continue reading Faith schools: should religion play a role in our education system?
Lydia Stroud, BAbble’s Current Affairs Editor, explores how the COVID-19 pandemic has fundamentally challenged the way in which we view the financial burden placed on students to attend university. Lydia is reading History and Economics at the University of Manchester. Continue reading Student debt and COVID-19
As we make our way into 2021, Lydia Stroud, BAbble’s Current Affairs Editor, reflects on some of the ‘good news’ stories of 2020 and why we can be optimistic for a better year ahead. Lydia is reading History and Economics at the University of Manchester. Continue reading Looking back at the brighter side of 2020
In this article, Natalie explores where responsibility for climate change lies, and the potential benefits of a ‘meat tax’. Natalie is studying English at the University of Liverpool. Continue reading Climate tax on meat: is going vegan the best option?
As higher-education becomes more accessible, Leah Hocking explores the obstacles within university culture that continue to inhibit working-class students. Leah is studying Media and Communications at Cardiff University. Continue reading Dealing with imposter syndrome as a working-class student at a Russell Group university
In this article, Nicole Howlett explores the history of women and shaving and argues that choosing not to shave is a radically political act. Nicole is studying English Literature at Durham University Continue reading Women and body hair: why choosing not to shave is a political act