Jason Murugesu is a postgraduate student in science communication at Imperial College London, and a former Wellcome Scholar at the New Statesman.
If something is cute because it looks like a baby, why do so many people find dogs cuter?
Universities have a clear motivation to “pressure sell” unconditional offers: more students means more fee income.
My dad’s phone pings at 3:40am on a Sunday. “You need to read a message in your Universal Credit journal,” it says.
By the end of this story, one member of UCL Graters will end up in A&E, and it will be my fault.
Only six per cent of Boris Bike users are black or come from ethnic minorities.
Yes, Oxford needs to be more diverse. But so do many other prestigious universities in Britain.
Which memories do we keep, and which are lost forever? The New Statesman team lend me a helping hand by sharing theirs.
The case of the Chinese baby Tiantian is not an isolated one.
“It’s lunch, not a hobby.”
Some believe the council is creating “a dystopian world” with 3D maps of homes, to instantly issue residents fines for using the wrong bins.