The gay man at the border

Image Description: Mostar Bridge, Bosnia and Herzegovina Travel, without any doubt, is my greatest pleasure. I usually travel alone, and for the purpose of leaving my comfort zone. At the border crossing between Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Montenegro, I puff out my chest a little and sit up straight. I keep a stony face. The […]

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The Pixelated Revolution: The power of hand-held footage to change political narratives

Image Credit: Jmabels. Description: a Civil Rights Movement-era protest. Recently, as digital photography has become better quality and developed to look more and more like its analogue counterpart, an idea has formed: that the clearer and the higher the resolution of the image we are being shown is, the more reflective of reality it is. […]

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Everything You Need to Know about Oxford’s Student Political Societies, Michaelmas 2018 Term

Image Credit: OUCA/OULC/OULD Facebook Wondering how to get involved with the political societies at uni? Look no further! Here is everything you need to know about the three major political societies at The University of Oxford and an overview of their upcoming meetings and events for the Michaelmas Term 2018. Oxford University Conservative Association (OUCA), […]

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Rounding up Grammys 2017

From the Cee Lo Green’s alleged alter-ego Gnarly Davidson dressed in shocking resemblance to Ferrero Rocher gold wrappers to Adele’s tear-jerking monologue confession of love addressed to Beyonce for her acceptance of Best Record of the Year, the 59th annual Grammys was an emotional ride of monumental victories, performances, tributes, quirky humor, and tenderness, all […]

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Review: The Clan

Argentina emerged from the nightmare of dictatorship in 1983 and in the decades since, generations of filmmakers have been engaging with the legacy of the ‘dirty war.’ During the regime of Jorge Rafael Videla, kidnapping was used as a form of institutional control, leading to the state-sanctioned ‘disappearance’ of an estimated 30,000 dissidents. Trapero’s The […]

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