Women’s Rights in Sport: A Marathon not a Sprint

When tasked with writing a sports article that encompassed an International Women’s Day theme it would have been easy to cover the inequalities between male and female sporting professionals or the concerns over the sexualisation of women’s sport. These are important issues that deserve continued coverage; however, International Women’s Day is also a time to … More Women’s Rights in Sport: A Marathon not a Sprint

Art, Gender, and Artemisia Gentileschi

In an era in which most powerful and noteworthy women are remembered more for breaking the paradigm of female oppression within their fields than their contributions to their fields of study themselves, Artemisia Gentileschi managed to not only overcome years of abuse and ridicule for her gender, but surpass many male contemporaries and become one … More Art, Gender, and Artemisia Gentileschi

Theatre Review: STAG Presents: The Haunting of 2/2

STAG’s most recent open slot, The Haunting of 2/2, by Rory Doherty, is billed as the story of a nightmare flat, like you’ve never seen it before, the official blurb reading ‘When Jess calls her flatmates, Seth, Louise & Noah for a flat meeting to address the feeling that the flat is drifting apart and … More Theatre Review: STAG Presents: The Haunting of 2/2

Women in Medicine: Dr Elsie Inglis

For many years, women have been largely overlooked in science whether it be their contribution to scientific discoveries or scientific professions. Conveniently whilst visiting The Surgeons Hall in Edinburgh I stumbled upon a temporary exhibition called ‘Field Notes: Reflections of Camp Life at The Scottish Women’s Hospital.’ Here I came across the incredible and selfless … More Women in Medicine: Dr Elsie Inglis