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Travel 1 Zoe Collins (4) Travel editor Anna Jenkins explores the unexplored in...
greenoffice Research has suggested that so called "clean" office spaces are not necessarily good for productivity, and motivation may favour a...
Science 2 Bethany Westall This year's Nobel Prize winners were announced across the 6th-10th October. In Issue 2 we looked at the achievements of...
Cancer cell death under electron microscope University of Southampton scientists are part of an international team that has created a molecule that can cause cancer cells...
 Sports Editor Ross Wilson asks whether or not the issue of racism in English football...
Features2 Jordan Stewart A fail-safe plan for Southampton's impending zombie...
Image Courtesy of Charlotte Scarrow  A piece of poetry reflecting life in Erasmus Park Halls of Residence. OH! The Joys...

Image Courtesy of Musfirah Wajihah Kat Li talks about her small day trip to the historical city of Bath Follow...
Image by Jess Cox Politics Editor Bridie Pearson-Jones explores the rise of social media in international relations....
Image by Joshua Spackman Laith Cahill explores the danger of analogies, and international...
If you’re anything like me, food will govern your every thought! I’m sure that we’re...
Movember-logo Editor Tahlie Cooper interviews Movember ambassador, Cora Philips, to reveal the importance behind November's facial...
Lanlord compressed The following series of emails, between some Tenants and their Landlord, were found on a dusty computer in an abandoned house in Southampton. Read on but beware…disregard this cautionary tale at your own peril!...
Features 1 Alexander Mavronicholas Graduate schemes are already approaching and the job market has never been as competitive; applying for graduate jobs is a difficult process to master, so we've asked a number of recent graduates about their experiences, mistakes, regrets and lessons they've...