Book lovers, I would like to start something new this year. A book club–where students can meet once […]
On January 25th Rackam Café is hosting an evening to celebrate the love of letters, both writing and receiving. Don’t miss out!
“Raccoons are in fact very smart, before consuming freshly found food, they will wash it. “
Beliefs vary from person to person- shaped by education, culture, and experiences. What are La Chât’s beliefs?
Nick Robinson who is a world-renowned journalist at the BBC recently spoke to the Update.
Discover hidden gems taking you on a taste voyage around the world.
The subject that occupies millions of people’s lives, yet everyone is afraid to talk about. Porn, and its effect on us as a people.
Justin Webb is a renowned British journalist who works for the BBC
The death penalty has created ethical debates worldwide. Is there a definitive right or wrong?
5 kinds of technology that have the potential to drastically impact our day-to-day lives.
Euthanasia continues to polarise the general public and lawmakers worldwide. Is there a ‘right way’ to settle the disputes it causes?
Ever imagined yourself driving you kids to school one day? With the ever-evolving world of transportation, it may look far more different than you would think.
Science is Sexist is a piece on feminism and the cry for equality in the science work place.
A short fact sheet on the Whale Shark, a truly majestic animal.
Orlando Figes is a world-renowned Historian who has written numerous books on the Russian Revolution
The worldwide debate as to whether abortion should be legalised or not is one of the most controversial […]
Misrepresentation has caused a prejudiced view on Feminism, demanding clarification.
Miriam Coronel recently spoke to the Update
Vince Cable is a British Politician who is the current leader of the Liberal Democrat Party. Prior to […]
Net Neutrality is at risk again. Internets Unite!!!
Lindy Hemming is an oscar winning Costume designer who has worked on films such as the Dark Knight trilogy and Wonder Woman
The Stuco election is coming up soon, so get to know the candidates before they deliver their speeches […]
Most of us are guilty of trivialising things. What does it actually mean to have OCD?
“Do not throw away your shot” to find out more about the hit musical sensation taking over America. The tale of a founding father that will leave you in fits of tears but also full of laughter.
La Chat is to host a student run TEDx event and you can Participate.
Howard Gayle is an ex-professional footballer who was notably Liverpool FC’s first black player
Pauline Tangiora is Maori elder and is member of the World Future Council
Former head of the UN in Sudan: “I think It’s a very good idea if Trump were to cut some American funding to international organisations”
The film of the year?
Juliet Jacques is a transgender author and journalist based in London.
Everything you need to know about the EE!
Aged 12 Irene Villa lost both her legs to an ETA terror attack. Today she is a journalist, Paralympic skier and mother of 3.
Ahhh yes. Nerve. That surprisingly underrated hit movie about truth or dare, starring Dave Franco’s hot younger brother and the chick from Scream Queens. Pretty much.
The sister of Sean Rigg, who died in police custody in the UK in 2008, talks to The Update.
Your Name (if you haven’t heard of it) is an Anime movie, but you really don’t have to be into Anime to watch it.
“I think the public have the wherewithal to inform themselves better than at any time in history. The question is: will they?”
An organized lifting of spirits in an age of rising authoritarianism.
Check out what the StuCo has been up to: BDN, PJ Day, French Film Night, and more!
“Somehow we act different to a child’s hand being cut off to a girls genitals being cut off.”
The Director-General of the UN Geneva talks about the Security Council, Israeli bias, the mainstream media and youth involvement.
Don’t know why this guy’s famous? Here’s all you need to know about Mahatma Gandhi
The man who helped prove the truth behind one of the biggest police coverups in British history
Screenagers, although well-intentioned, is riddled with logical flaws and odd creative choices. 2.5/7
The senior girls team fight to become Swiss champions!
One of the BBC’s most experienced journalists speaks to The Update.
In light of Leonardo DiCaprio’s National Geographic documentary, climate change is discussed.
Chris Bonnington has been on 19 expeditions to the Himalayas, 4 of which were to Everest
The average U.S adult is set to spend just north of 750 dollars worth of goods for Christmas gifts this year.
Winnie Byanyima is a former refugee and the current Executive Director of Oxfam International