JESS EMMERICH reminds us why feminism is still an all-important movement
HOLLY PHILIPPS takes at look at how this year’s candidates in the UCLU Spring Elections are getting themselves noticed
Sensitive to the public’s interest in war, its terrorists and victims enthralling and horrifying in equal measure, newspaper editors have always been willing to publish detailed accounts of its horrors. Consequently, there have always been journalists willing to risk their life and limbs to get close enough to the action to relay its details.
The traditional way news outlets would cover wars and conflicts would be to have a foreign correspondent “embedded” in a particular country or region who reported back to London on the story and sent photographs. The …
BETHANY PERKINS investigates the sinister side to London’s pro-life groups
Content warning: this article focuses on the subject of abortion including noting pro-life opinions
Remember that scene in Juno, the one outside the abortion clinic? Ellen Page as the pint-sized, titular character is on her way to the clinic when she is stopped by Su-Chin, her pro-life, poster-toting classmate. “All babies want to get borned!” Su-Chin doggedly chants in broken English. It’s a bizarre yet funny scene, it’s supposed to be funny.
But the reality of abortion and unplanned pregnancy isn’t some off-beat …
ROSALIND TURKIE reports on the fun, madness and exhaustion that was the UCLU RAG Jailbreak 2014.
As UCLU prepares for its Spring Elections, BEN MONTEITH looks back at the last year and a half of UCL student politics drama in a bid to convince us that, actually, student politics can be quite interesting
As UCL celebrates its 188th birthday, ANNA TOMLINSON and HOLLY PHILIPPS take a look back at our history to see how far we’ve come
On Monday 3 February, Issue 703 of Pi Magazine hit the alleys of University College London. Pi’s Photography Editor, GEORGE WASHBOURN documented the evidence in photographical form here.
CACHIN CHU interviews the businesswomen Ania Lichota and Aurore Hochard, speaking to them about their routes to success
Fancy traveling the world and being paid £250 an hour to tutor?