The NUS’s ideological NSS boycott is against the interests of their members | Will Saunders

By now, tens of thousands of students the length and breadth of the country will have received emails inviting them to take part in the National Students Survey, commonly known as the NSS. But they’re also likely to have been the recipients of another email, from their students’ union, advising them that the National Union […]

Censorship in music – where it came from, and where it’s going | Lauren Wade

As with any art form, the connection between music and politics has always been present. Also always present has been the pressure from some to censor this music, to tone down its more extreme outbursts. Historically, there are myriad examples of pieces of music influencing political movements, but equally as many of songs becoming the […]