Student halls across the UK are being put into lockdown, leaving thousands of freshers cooped up in box rooms, isolated from family, and watching sub-par online lectures. We go inside Manchester Metropolitan, one of the universities worst affected by the crisis, in search of signs of life – and of protest.
While we’re still (mostly) stuck indoors and our eyes glaze over from screen fatigue, it can be nice to spread eagle on the bed and turn on a podcast.
Harvesting mushrooms requires only a little more patience than taking to TikTok or baking banana bread. Could psilocybin be effective in guiding us through to a better place? Those in the know weigh in.
From Sex print deckchairs and fans, to anti-virus masks and wipe clean card holders, Christopher Kane’s new More Joy drop is bringing the heat while ensuring safety first in a time of pandemic.
“If Cummings can break lockdown, then so can I”: Britain’s illegal ravers defend their right to party
Illegal parties are sweeping the nation, provoking both media ire and memories of the Second Summer of Love. But in the midst of a global pandemic, are we witnessing a genuine rave renaissance? Or just by a bunch of #covidiots?