In defence of trolling

In defence of trolling

Why the internet must be free to be hateful, argues Emily Dinsmore

#StopFundingHate, leave our newspapers alone

#StopFundingHate, leave our newspapers alone

Campaigns such as these wholly undermine our autonomous ability to agree, or disagree, with whatever newspapers we please – or to even pick them up in the first place.

Now, more than ever, the House of Lords must be questioned

Now, more than ever, the House of Lords must be questioned

Just like the EU, the House of Lords is undemocratic; it’s participation in this new era of British politics must be questioned, challenged and removed.

Trigger Happy

Trigger Happy

Yes, trigger warnings have become a problem, writes Eleanor Prescott

What is happening to our NHS? by Dr Youssef El-Gingihy

What is happening to our NHS? by Dr Youssef El-Gingihy

“We are on the verge of an insurance system.” GP and author of ‘How to Dismantle the NHS in 10 Easy Steps’ writes for youthquake outlining what is – and has been for some time – going on in the NHS.

A Web of Control

A Web of Control

Whilst everybody in their right mind should aim to condemn hatred, we shouldn’t need – or encourage – multibillionaire companies to do it for us.

When did we all become so sensitive?

When did we all become so sensitive?

In striving to end all moral awkwardness we seem to have constructed this papier-mâché ideal where our feelings are all that matter – messy to assemble, and useless when finished. The crux of it? No, your feelings are not the be all and end all.

EU Referendum: The Students Speak

EU Referendum: The Students Speak

The EU referendum conversation is rarely extended to addressing the benefits or disadvantages a BREXIT will bring students and British University life. Both LEAVE and STAY campaigners argue their side.

Why today’s feminism needs to change

Why today’s feminism needs to change

“Instead of flourishing alongside the decades of progressive developments Western women have been able to live under, the argument that a bathroom nude “demeans and dehumanizes women” confirms the idea that we seem to be doing a 180 – and it all stems from a new wave of self-victimizing feminism that is curating more issues than it’s solving.”

Free Speech: An Interview with Sam Sholli

Free Speech: An Interview with Sam Sholli

“That is the mentality; people think that University is a home. It is not a home. Richard Dawkins said, ‘If you need a safe space, leave, go home, hug your teddy and suck your thumb until you’re ready for University’.” YOUTHQUAKE interviews anti-Safe-Space activist and co-founder of NoneOfTheAbove YouTube channel, Sam Sholli.