Rajan Chander

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Bring Me The Horizon’s “amo” sets an evolutionary bar for the rock genre

Bring Me The Horizon are a unique band. Since their debut album in 2006, every forthcoming release differs to their previous work. With their sixth studio release, amo presents another directional shift that shakes up the rock genre for the…

In memory of Naomi Hersi: Exploring the Exhibition

In celebrating LGBQT+ History month, LSE Arts are hosting an exhibition detailing key QTIPOC campaigners, their experiences and their fight for equal rights through visual media. You are immediately faced with a bold, life-sized painting drafted by Amir Khadar. Khadar’s…

Newly developed University Ranking System places an emphasis on Culture

A new university ranking system has been created which takes into consideration 24 Wikipedia editions of various languages. Called the Wikipedia Ranking of World Universities (WRWU), the main idea behind this programme involves emphasising the cultural impact certain universities have…

Visual marvel “Alita: Battle Angel” throws everything but the kitchen sink

Having owned the adaptation rights to Alita: Battle Angel for decades, producer James Cameron and director Robert Rodriguez have finally brought the famed manga to the silver screen. While it boasts amazing spectacle akin to Cameron’s Avatar, the picture is…

Up to a Quarter of Degrees are not “worth it financially”, according to a new report

According to a new report by Onward UK, “it is not worth incurring over £50,000 of debt to obtain a university degree” amid a fifth to quarter of university students. The report not only questions the value of some degrees,…

LSE remains Top for Increasing Participation of Disadvantaged Students

The LSE, once again, remains the top university for increased access of disadvantaged students in the UK. Study conducted Reform’s study charts the average proportional increase in the disadvantaged students annually comparing that of the 2012-2013 academic year to 2016-2017.…

Remembering The Real-Life Superhero: Stan Lee (1922-2018)

On November 12, Stanley Martin Lieber suddenly and sadly passed away. From being an iconic comic-book writer and working in the military to founding media production company POW! Entertainment, Stan Lee became and forever will remain one of the most…

Netflix’s “The Night Comes for Us” makes “John Wick” look like “Mamma Mia”

In recent years Indonesian productions have flipped the action genre on its head by giving us some of the best and most brutal films of the 21st Century. Look no further than the two instalments of The Raid and Headshot.…

“Maniac”: A Game Of Tetris

The Netflix limited series Maniac follows the psychedelic experiences of strangers Annie and Owen during a pharmaceutical trial and their quest through a range of different mindscapes. Sparks fly, and it is in the midst of these events where they…

What Does Brexit Mean to You? Exploring the Exhibition in the LSE Library

As the UK’s separation from the EU gets closer, the exhibition: ‘What Does Brexit Mean to You?’ highlights the UK complicated socio-political history within the EU, and the opinions or justifications from both sides of the argument. The exhibition aims…