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Review – The Ministry of Utmost Happiness by Arundhati Roy

Arundhati Roy’s second novel, unlike her massively successful debut The God of Small things, has not made it to the Man Booker Prize shortlist. This is unsurprising. The book is good, yes, and fans will find many of the elements…

LSE Women’s Football: a Fresher’s week Decision you won’t regret.

Whilst we cannot as a Committee guarantee that your first week of the academic year at LSE has been filled with enlightened choices, what we will guarantee is the decision not to join Women’s Football will be the most regrettable…

‘Predictability And its Limits’ In its Final Week

By Yap Lay Sheng, Staff Writer Entering its final week, LSE Arts’s latest exhibition ‘Predictability and its Limits’ is yet another creative exploration of the intersection between arts and the social science exhibited at the Atrium Gallery. On view are…

Reviewing Baz Luhrmann’s ‘William Shakespeare’s Romeo + Juliet’ (1996)

By Taryana Odayar, Executive Editor.  Newsweek famously wrote that Luhrmann’s Romeo + Juliet is ‘So enslaved by its worship of Energy that you want to slip it a Valium.’ But after watching the film and comparing it with Shakespeare’s original play, I find…

Food Review: Hotdog and Burger flavoured Ice Cream

By Taryana Odayar, Executive Editor.  The Greene King Burger & Hot Dog Festival kicked off on June 1st, with the pub giant launching limited edition hot dog and burger flavoured ice creams in pubs across the UK. The unusual flavours were created by…