Plucked interview: What a student play told us about campus sexual assault and harassment

“Invest in women’s safety so we don’t ever need victim support,” this is a quote from the student production Plucked, a play put together using the stories of 26 victims of sexual assault and harassment.

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“Rosamund Pike is phenomenal.” – A Private War Review

Matthew Heineman’s intense biopic tells the story of war reporter Marie Colvin. Its telling of events ranges from the attack in Sri Lanka in 2001 that caused her to lose sight in one eye, to her final days in Syria before meeting her tragic end. Though sometimes hard to watch, this was an immensely touching film, starring possibly the best person they could have cast to play the war correspondent.

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“Have these writers ever met another human being?” – Nightfyers Review

Nightflyers is a show from the Sy-Fy channel which came to Netflix in early February. It’s adapted from a novella of the same name by George R.R Martin. And, although I have never read the novella, I enjoyed his A Song of Ice and Fire series so thought I would give it a go. He’s such a great writer when it comes to story telling and characters, so how could this possible go wrong? Major spoilers ahead.

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“It’s Professor Layton meets The Thing.” – Resident Evil 2 (Remake) Review

Over 20 years ago the Resident Evil franchise changed the face of horror games. From the jump scare of the zombie dog bursting through the window to being consistently chased by the terrifying Nemesis. Now, one of its most successful entries, Resident Evil 2, has been gifted with a complete makeover – and for once the idea of rebooting an entire series might actually work.

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Opinion – The struggles of petite shopping

Most women have struggled with the inconvenience of ‘I don’t know what to wear’ – shifting from shop to shop because you can’t find the right outfit for a special event or you just need new clothes. Add this to the frustration of nothing ever fitting, of trousers constantly being too long, ‘daring’ mini dresses ending below the knee and consistently having to roll up the sleeves of every top you wear.

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