By Kitty Stevens
Everyone who went to high school has heard of and read Shakespeare (whether they wanted to or not), and many argue that his plays are outdated and irrelevant today. However after experiencing Hamlet in Shakespeare’s Globe in London Wednesday… More
By Emily Nagel, Samantha Wilson, and WeiDi Xu
In the middle of a still-developing concrete jungle, one woman creates her own paradise.
Like many other major cities in the world, everything in the historic city of London is becoming newer, bigger, and… More
By Lauren Arcangeli
One Introvert’s Solo Adventure to Leicester Square
I am an introvert, but not to the extent that going out for the night by myself sounds like a good idea. My faulty sense of direction and healthy fear of traveling alone usually… More
By Brianna Rodriguez
American woman tries to find a medium in a city full of past, frustrating present and unforeseeable future for those with disabilities.
When I was ten, I was in a wheelchair.
I had a surgery that left me wheelchair-bound for… More
By Lauren Arcangeli, Nathan Minns and Erin Cassidy
Making a Living as an Artist in North London
The only indication of Zoe Norfolk’s high profile work was her small silver camera necklace draped around her neck. She has been an independent contractor… More