Societies

Depicted: a legal debate

Opinion and Debate: All the President’s Men

Something I don’t mention that much is that I’m the Opinion and Debate Editor for the University’s online magazine, Tingo. I’m a casual kind of guy, writing articles of varying and often dubious relevance when the mood strikes me, but the most interesting thing my armchair journalism has opened up to me is LUDA, the […]

Film Society: Some Like It Hot

I could do the logical thing now and talk about the one module this semester that we’ve not covered yet but that’s just what they’ll be expecting. Instead I’ll take a break from our usual programming and talk about Film Society, of which I am in fact Public Affairs Officer. But that has nothing to […]

A New Term: Great Expectations

Exams are finished now, which means it’s currently the brief dead zone before term gets underway. It’s time to close the book on Chaucer, Renaissance Literature and Old English (if it’s possible to ever truly close the book on Old English) and start the new volume that is Medieval Literature, Literature 1660-1798, and Critical Theory. […]

Semester’s End: Gone with the Wind

The second year doesn’t mess around. A semester has come, gone, and left me wondering if it wasn’t all just a very literary dream. The best kind of dream. I’m certain that I know more about Old English, Geoffrey Chaucer and the Renaissance than before, there’s no doubt there. But there’s more to it than […]

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