Navigating the male fashion industry
'Instagram helped my eating disorder resurface'
Hope Powell: On and off the pitch
How the pandemic made knitting cool
News, Politics & Tech
As financial insecurity rises, those most desperate for money are being exploited into paying extreme interest due to a fear of violence.
With lockdown restrictions the past year has certainly been a difficult time for all, but what does this mean for graduates?
A deadly magnitude 7.0 earthquake struck the Aegean Sea on October 30, 2020. This led to many losing their lives and homes.
The major problems that have arisen over Brexit’s implementation, especially with regard the Northern Ireland protocol.
Endless government announcements cover schools during lockdown. But what about universities? Students worry that not enough is being done for them.
Through a former inmate’s experience, we assess the problems that women with substance abuse issues face when part of the Canadian penal system.
An insight into the new emerging social media platform Clubhouse and what it’s all about.
Girls as young as ten are giving birth every day in Guatemala, but Margarita Alonzo, pro-life feminist and congress woman believes all unborn lives must be protected.
Life & Style
The womb is the place emotions are stored, both men’s and women’s reproductive centres store these traumatic emotions.
How working from home during the global pandemic has affected people and businesses alike. What does the future holds for the workplace?
Mental health has impacted many during the lockdown. Marie, a support worker, used yoga to stay mentally fit and how she became a teacher to help others.
Animals are more likely to feature as a protagonist in children’s literature than a non-white child. Is this humanisation of animals actually dehumanising ethnic groups?
As cases of insomnia rise during the pandemic, here’s a short guide to maintaining a healthy sleep cycle and ways to improve your quality of sleep in lockdown
Influencer Yewande Biala revealed how her Love Island co-star Lucie Donlan refused to use her full name as she found it too difficult during their time on the show.
As our use of social media continues to grow, is the oversharing of children online and on social media not as innocent and harmless as you might think?
FM World is a multi-level marketing company that allows its ‘partners’ to sell their products from home; we meet some of the people making their way selling perfumes on social media.
BBC correspondent Laura Foster talks about how she made a career for herself in the Journalism industry.
We meet the photographers who say they have ‘found a new stable rhythm’ in the aftermath of the March 2020 lockdown.
How do national Lockdowns affect mental wellbeing of religious people, and how are places of worship adapting?
Cancel culture has been a massive part of 2020. But with those in the public eye receiving death threats, it raises the question; has it gone too far?
Fast fashion brands are being accused of taking independent designers’ ideas, but are now being called out on social media.
Two Black girls, Shea and Paige discuss their personal experiences with colourism, and the call out culture that has developed as a result.
Algeria is now fast becoming a hotspot for British holidaymakers to visit. The diverse culture and traditions are something for people to discover and enjoy to the fullest.
Filmmaking students at Goldsmiths University talk to Artefact about their graduation film, Once Familiar, and the struggle of being a creative during the pandemic.
How to make your beauty routine more sustainable and friendly for the planet.
Artefact looks at the impact supermarket’s cosmetic specifications on produce has on food waste and climate change by speaking to farmers and NGOs
Around 8m tonnes of plastic ends up in our oceans each year. Rowing 3,700-mile across the Atlantic, Ocean Revival 2020 are committed to making a difference.
Claims about climate change come after nearly 200 people have been accused of starting the fires. So what are the real causes?
Entertainment & Music
In the midst of a pandemic, life must go on and many are doing so by hosting virtual events and concerts.
Fittingly called ‘Punkband’, the band give some insight into how they are currently beginning to navigate the music industry
The K-Pop industry’s big three have been coming under harsh scrutiny recently. We take a deep dive into the reasons behind this.
Let’s discuss ragga and dancehall, Jamaica’s most popular music genres, and their toxic attitudes towards gay men.
Opinions & Reviews
Amateur pornography is destroying our concept of sex. Why is it so important?
How the Netflix series The Crown has reignited an old flame in a new audience for ‘The People’s Princess’.
The UK appears to have found a new love for film photography. Why is this? Are we falling in love with a trend or an art form.
There is no shortage of restaurants, cafes, or food experiences in London. So let us suggest Nanashi in Shoreditch for your weekend dining.
A+ Cities: Special edition
Chinese students on the complex reality of life in London
How Barcelona’s charities are giving the city’s homeless women a new lease of life
New York’s homelessness problem has its roots in the American welfare system
Systemic barriers make integration a struggle for Toronto’s economic migrants
Restrictive audition processes at some of the UK’s top drama schools highlight elitism in British acting
How urban exploring has become one of London’s most desired and appealing mainstream pop cultures.
Two students’ secret relationship exposes their home country’s conservative attitudes towards homosexuality
Are Ecuador’s indigenous cultural traditions being lost to tourism and modernity?