Five Podcasts You Should Listen To

A beginner’s guide to the world of podcasts. I’ve replaced my Netflix addiction with a Podcast addiction. And it’s bad. The weekends – once filled with joy – are now grey. Podcasters take their breaks, and I’m left with Podcast…

Thank you Ariana, for “thank u, next”

Ariana Grande’s rapid rise was unexpected; rarely does a Disney Channel or Nickelodeon child star shrug off their slapstick history and climb to such heights of popularity. With her high pony in tow, Grande released her fifth studio album and…

Stephanie Leung on life and law

Stephanie Leung is probably the kind of person my mother wants me to be when I grow up. She tells me about herself as we walk through Hyde Park. Steph is the president of Lawyers Without Borders. Lawyers Without Borders…

Lady Gaga’s 100 Dresses in a Room

Not interested in cinema or the Oscars? That’s fine. Here’s your alternative guide that tracks Lady Gaga’s fashion through the awards season. Mother Monster went fierce this season, hoping gown after elegant gown would help her make a serious impression…

The Beaver’s Guide to the Oscars

Welcome to The Beaver’s guide to The Academy Awards. Here’s everything you need to know about this year’s biggest Oscar hopefuls. I shall be live tweeting my reactions to the mess. Catch me @RahulReviews. Roma – 10 nominations Cuaròn is…

We Need More Nights of “Twelfth Night”

Shipwrecked twins parted at sea. A duke scorned by the woman he pursues. A young woman in disguise, unable to profess her love for her master. A motley backdrop of drunk knights, a stern steward, a devious maid and a…

Mental Health and… Identity

Everyone’s mental health is different. No two people experience their environment in the same way, and so the pressures and difficulties we face at LSE are as diverse as the student body itself. This blog is an exploration of how…

“The Marvelous Mrs Maisel” Dazzles A Second Time

Having stacked up eight Emmys, three Golden Globes and five Critics’ Choice Awards, it’s frustrating that people still need to be convinced to watch The Marvelous Mrs Maisel. But here I go again, doing my bit for humanity by promoting…

“The Mule” – An elderly Clint Eastwood carries this tale of regret and redemption

Much like Clint Eastwood’s directing career, the script of his thirty-seventh film, The Mule, takes delightfully unexpected turns. Every time it appears to have settled into a predictable routine, something quite unforeseen happens, like a swerve in the road which…

Open Book: Mental Health and… Socialising

Everyone’s mental health is different. No two people experience their environment in the same way, and so the pressures and difficulties we face at LSE are as diverse as the student body itself. This blog explores how people from all…