Rebecca Norris

An ode to The Bread Oven

A dusty copy of The Boar dips and dives across the empty grey wasteland of the piazza. A flattened Purple cup stirs in the icy breeze. The doors to the Oculus jerk and jam. Tragedy has struck, campus is silent: The Bread Oven has closed its doors.  This off-brand Subway...
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Posted Oct. 30, 2020

Editor’s letter: why you should write for Comment

Welcome to Comment, the opinion section of your student newspaper! Here, you’ll find articles offering personal views on student issues and current affairs. If you have an opinion you want to share, on a topic you think students should care about, treat this as your soapbox and clamber on. But...
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Posted Sep. 28, 2020

Should students pay rent?

On 13 March term ended, with the majority of Warwick students heading home for the Easter break. Though uncertainty grew rapidly throughout week ten, most still expected to return to their term-time accommodation in five weeks time. But by 16 March, all in-person exams were cancelled and by 20 March,...
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Posted May. 22, 2020

Graphic novels don’t receive the recognition they deserve

Graphic novels are to literature what hip-hop is to music and abstractionism is to art: they all attract snobbery to the extent that they are precariously contained within their ‘umbrella’ discipline. With the quantity of pictures typically outnumbering the word count, it is unsurprising that the literary status of graphic...
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Posted Feb. 27, 2019