Marta Zima

Art in space

Marta Zima explores the discussion around art in space, as prompted by the recent SpaceX Falcon 9 launch.
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Posted Dec. 31, 2018

The popularity of film adaptations of books at Christmas

‘Tis the season for switching on ITV and finding yourself watching A Christmas Carol again, as you do every single year since the film’s release. While some of us may have read Dickens’ original story, the film featuring Scrooge and the various supernatural visitors he receives has become a Christmas...
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Posted Dec. 23, 2018

Are we a generation of snowflakes?

The term ‘snowflake’ describes young adults of the 2010s as being more prone to taking offence and being less resilient compared to the generations that came before them. Being a snowflake comes with the assumption that you are too emotionally vulnerable to cope with views that challenge your own. Do...
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Posted Dec. 2, 2018

Quirky gadgets to make reading easier

Reading is a big part of student life – there’s even a whole week dedicated just to doing so each term at university. However, for those of us struggling to find the motivation to pick up another book, here’s a couple of gadgets to help make reading easier, and perhaps...
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Posted Nov. 18, 2018

The fresher’s guide to Coventry

As a Londoner, the prospect of atnding a campus university such as Warwick was one that seemed a bit daunting. London is my happy place; the city offers so many opportunities and places the visit, with its rich history and attraction galore. What was a comfort to me, however, was...
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Posted Sep. 25, 2018