George Alldred

Study drugs: a symptom of a toxic culture?

This exam season, just as every other, has been rife with procrastinating students becoming frustrated at their own inability to work. As a result, more and more of us are turning to ‘smart drugs’ like Modafinil and Ritalin to help us study more efficiently. The pills are easily attainable, relatively...
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Posted Jun. 30, 2017

One Night in Barcelona

The time that my friends and I spent in Barcelona rekindled our love for the clubbing experience, which in many ways had eluded us in the months prior to our holiday. In this article, I want to make known the key locations of that night-out, so that this unforgettable night...
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Posted Apr. 14, 2017

Warwick’s Unsung Heroes

To celebrate the achievements of some of the most under-appreciated members of the Warwick community, the Boar spoke to campus’ Unsung Heroes. Rodney Gold Detchebs Last year, Rodney began a mental health drive at Warwick with no funding. He along with some colleagues, put together Warwick’s inaugural Black Mental Health...
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Posted Mar. 10, 2017

Cultural Differences in Modern Mexico

The thought of Los Narcos (or the drug cartels) will undoubtedly conjure up images of guns, bloodshed and fear. From the bustling streets of Mexico City to the rural poppy fields of Michoacán, violence is rife between the state and organised crime. However, the story is not quite so simple....
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Posted Feb. 15, 2017

Tête-à-tête: Should Milo Yiannopoulos be given a book deal?

Milo Yiannopoulos – who writes for Breitbart News and is often seen as a spokesperson for the ‘alt-right’ – has reportedly landed a $250,000 book deal with Simon & Schuster. There has been criticism of Simon & Schuster for giving Yiannopoulos this high-profile platform and for paying for what some see...
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Posted Jan. 26, 2017