Empathocracy: A 2017 Alternative to Neoliberalism

Empathocracy: A 2017 Alternative to Neoliberalism

Neoliberalism has created a selfish, greedy world bereft of collective ideals. But change is never far away. We just need a viable alternative we can believe in…

You’ve Got to BurKining Me!

You’ve Got to BurKining Me!

The burkini ban in France has sparked considerable discussion. This article analyses the hypocrisy and injustice behind this decision.

Are Movies & Video Games Blending Together? [Guest Post]

Are Movies & Video Games Blending Together? [Guest Post]

Guest blogger Caroline explores the relationship between movies and video games

Not to Sound Like a Prude, But…

Not to Sound Like a Prude, But…

The Sexual Revolution Hangover – it ain’t a pretty sight. Feminist observations following International Women’s Day 2016

Introducing Bee Semaan: An Opinion Piece on Opinion Pieces

Introducing Bee Semaan: An Opinion Piece on Opinion Pieces

Season of the Bliss welcomes contributor Bee Semaan, who’ll give this blog some much needed insanity and random musings. Here’s her first article, which is entitled: An Opinion Piece on Opinion Pieces

Hemingway Editor: App Review

Hemingway Editor: App Review

A few weeks ago, a colleague of mine told me about this snazzy web tool called Hemingway. I know. I’m often late to the party when it comes to new apps and technology…As a point of reference, I think I was one of the last stalwarts clinging to MySpace after Facebook had come through like […]

How to Host a Perfect Eco-Friendly Christmas Lunch [Guest Post]

How to Host a Perfect Eco-Friendly Christmas Lunch [Guest Post]

A couple of months back, I was entrusted with the task of writing an article for work… Normally, these are fairly constricting, the briefs offering scant room for creative (and often pestilential) meandering. They prefer forays down dank paths rife with shadows, strange sounds and withered branches. A glimmer of light might peek through the treetops to give off the semblance […]

Virtual Gains, Real Pains?

Virtual Gains, Real Pains?

Video games are more addictive than ever, with online virtual economies and never-ending game structures. But what can be done to overcome what China dubs its ‘biggest youth problem’? Sam Bliss reports.

Fishful Thinking

Posted by Sam B on May 8, 2014 in News |No Comments

 Aquaculture is helping to ease the burden on depleting fish levels and create more sustainable fishing. But consumer awareness and choice will go a long way to securing its development. Sam Bliss reports. The English language is organically evolving, with all manner of collocations, idioms and sayings. A surprising number of these originate from fishing. […]

Greville without a cause

Posted by Sam B on April 4, 2014 in News |2 Comments

As Greville Records celebrates its 35th anniversary this year, the street it resides on is undergoing another major transformation. Can the store survive? Adorned in orange vests, a myriad of construction workers are tearing down Greville Street’s Station Hotel. Apartments are imminent. Further along, For Lease signs are abundant; their vacant lots littered with unopened […]