You Are What You Read: Everything I Know About Love
Blyth McPherson on the ways she sees herself in Dolly Alderton's best-selling memoir
Film Club - Ex Machina
Amelia Davidson explores the gripping sci-fi thriller Ex Machina in this week's addition to MUSE's Film Club.
Sport has the power to help us change, and it has a duty to utilise it
"History also teaches us that the highest profile sports haven't done enough to tackle this global disgrace. It mustn't make the same mistakes again."
Pack your perfect (socially distanced) picnic
The Food and Drink team give our top picnic recommendations
The US cuts their funding to the World Health Organisation
With one of the key global powers turning inward, globalisation could be Covid-19’s ultimate victim
Isle of Man students set up their own student union
Eloise McMinn Mitchell
Feeling underrepresented living in the Isle of Man, two students have set up their own students union - named the Manx Student Union - to help other students like them during this crisis
University Report and Support tool launched
Report and Support will allow individuals to report instances of student misconduct, as well as providing crucial support services to those who need it.
White people: get to work
White people created many of the racial injustices occurring across the globe, we have to help fight them
Why we shouldn't demonise meat eaters - a vegetarian's perspective
If people are making a conscious effort to reduce their meat intake, for any reason, we should be supportive not judgemental.
Attack Of The Clones: Copyright And Mobile Games
Alex Thompson looks at a recent case of intellectual property theft and what it could mean for the gaming industry
Life in lockdown: Keeping hopes high through music
Nouse speaks to student group MEG about their activities during lockdown
Editor's Note: Getting to work
Nouse Editor, Jonathan Wellington, talks through the fifth edition of 'The Weekly Nouse'