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UCL were paid thousands by eugenics conference with neo-Nazi connections

UCL received thousands of pounds over three years in exchange for hosting a eugenics conference with neo-Nazi links, London Student can reveal. The London Conference on Intelligence, exposed a London Student...

Why UCL refuses to support the mental health of students

To University College London (UCL), £340,000 is not a particularly large sum of money. The university’s Provost, Michael Arthur, earns a salary of over £361,000 each year. The operating surplus at the...

Theatre Editorial Interview with Peter Forbes, Star of the National Theatre’s Production of Follies

Anthony Walker-Cook, our new theatre editor, talks glitz, glamour and gruelling rehearsals with Peter Forbes, star of the National Theatre’s recent production of Follies. Now that he’s no longer waiting...

Everything you need to know about the UCU strikes

The UCU strikes are set to go ahead but what does this mean for students? Which universities will be affected? 61 universities across the country would be affected by the strike. Out of them, twelve are in...

Viktor by Tanztheater Wuppertal Pina Bausch at Sadler’s Wells

Bodies collide, collapse, contract, swing from the rafters and are auctioned off in a revival of Bausch’s gorgeously dark piece, Viktor, as told by our contributor Christy Wensley. A woman stands centre...

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Lady Bird Review

I have a soft spot for coming-of-age films. There’s something cathartic about watching a slightly-too-old-for-the-role actor, not a hint of acne in sight, bear the troubles of the average teenagehood: warts, as the case may be, and all. And they are...

Jorja Smith, O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire

The night opened with Mahalia, a both cool and corny singer-actress, whose personality is prioritised over any contrived “act” one expects from an artist. Her songs varied in their landing. One, a sentimental track dedicated to her parents, had a...