With Burundi in crisis following an attempted coup Nathaniel Robinson discusses Burundi’s political struggle, the potential for ethnic conflict and asks what it means for the nations future?
In this article, Brandon Ashford urges for a Conservative government in 2015. to continue the plans begun by the coalition.
What does Syriza mean for Greece? It means hope. Jason Southchott explains why Greece is standing alone in the European community.
The internet reeks of anonymous hatred, Alex Lumsden dares to suggest that this creates more heat than light.
With UKIP taking the grand prize in the European elections, Gregory Pichorowycz asks what the prospects are for the Labour party.
“But here’s the thing; however much some believe that tribal politics is dead, it’s not, and Labour are my tribe…” Christy Mc Morrow laments the national state of Labour.
Chris Olewicz notes the lack of specialist knowledge at the EU candidate hustings at the University of Sheffield.
An argument is made for why the current #NoMakeupSelfie is not connecting with the true spirit of charity, and how in fact people need to re-evaluate their philosophy on donation
Controversy in the SU last night after the revelation that the newly elected SU Women’s Officer, Mariam Miller, is actually the alter-ego pop-musician Robin Thicke.
University of Sheffield’s Professor Tony Payne spent more than twenty years studying the Commonwealth, with particular focus on the Commonwealth Caribbean. Chris Olewicz caught up with him recently to discuss the Commonwealth and his hopes for the future.