By Rita Flores
The media has risen as a whole to cover the ongoing conflict between Russia and Ukraine. Journalists are able to show unspeakable damage with a speed and reach that has never been possible. Has this constantly live coverage made the public trust the press again?
Continue reading “How is the war in Ukraine shifting the media’s power?”
By April Norris
57 US lawsuits have been filed to federal courts claiming the products use dangerous chemicals which permanently straighten hair and that companies are aware of the danger of the chemicals used in these products. Continue reading “Hair Relaxers Cause Cancer Studies Say”
By Lauren Wiles
From firing most of his staff to boosting his own posts; this is the story of a man, seven times richer than the royal family, who killed a revered social media giant in less than a year.
Continue reading “How Elon Musk Destroyed Twitter in Half a Year”
Photographed by Pamela Raith
Ryan McBryde’s modern enactment of William Shakespeare’s renowned play “The Comedy of Errors” debuted in celebration of the Mercury Theatre’s 50th anniversary. Set in Hotel Ephesus, a location inspired by the quintessential films The Great Gatsby and The Grand Budapest Hotel, it is safe to say James Button’s deluxe costume and set designs accurately reflect the glitz and the glamour of the 1920s.
Continue reading “A Review of a Mercury Theatre Production: The Comedy of Errors”
By Claudia Bradley
The Peter Pan Panto is about to burst onto the stage this week after Covid interrupted Christmas plans.
Peter Vetere (not Pan), a film studies student who plays a pirate in the panto, said: “I’m really excited to put on the show… We’re all really excited.
Continue reading “It’s a Pirate’s Life For Pete”