Apparently ‘oceans’ of water are wasted by women when it comes to shaving our legs, approximately six minutes of our lives, three days a week are spent laboriously maintaining fuzz free pins.
If it was up to me I would simply reply ‘no’, followed by ‘of course they shouldn’t’; however the more liberal among us seem to have other ideas. A predominant argument is that prison is there to rehabilitate, with the […]
Dear Pugwash News, I am a level 2 student of BA Photography in my third year at Portsmouth university having completed Foundation Studies in Art, Design and Media in year 2009-10. Whilst studying on that foundation course, I learnt something […]
Dear Pugwash News, If you want to get naked for charity, then go for it. Be my guest. Take your clothes off! But take a second to think about your career. Think about if you want to work with children […]
Women of Saudi Arabia are not allowed to drive, leave the country without a male member of the family or make their own life changing decisions, but they will soon be allowed to vote.
After interviewing Liam Burns at the NUS Student Media summit, I found it fascinating that here was man, elected in to office to be the unilateral voice of students across the UK, unable to do the one thing he wanted to enact as President; to organise a National Demo, in which students across the country could get their voices heard in the capital before another damaging bill to Higher Education students.
Bombarded by a financial frenzy of ISA’s, interest free bonds and internal rates, it’s a wonder that the majority of Britain hasn’t found themselves reaching for the nearest rope.
After December 9th, when the House of Commons voted through the trebling of Tuition fees, many believed the student movement was over. After the result was announced, you could feel the demoralisation sweep through the streets of Westminster. It is […]
Dear Pugwash News, As a Portsmouth Alumni graduated in 2007, I was appalled to see the UPSU endorsing a naked calendar regardless of whether or not it was in the name of charity. When I was at University I could […]