Are we the Pasta generation?

Wednesday, 1 pm. Lunch break, at work. We’re thoroughly analysing the pasta dish made by our friend with a lot of passion. Does it contain onions? Pine nuts? A bit of potatoes?! A colleague suddenly break our conversation with wise, provocative, thought-provoking words: “We are the pasta generation.” This made us giggle. Then it made…

How young millennials are developing a glove that could change the life of Parkinson’s Disease sufferers.

With the university fees reaching skyrocket levels, one could start wondering if all these sacrifices you do for top education are actually worthwhile. Is it actually worthwhile feeling the burden of university fees, sacrificing your social life on a Saturday evening to submit reports, revise for exams, manage your projects, when half of the lecturers don’t…

Are women the new saviours of rock?

Music is in a good state, music is in a poor state. That debate. You’ve heard it all before. Still, there is something lame starting to be seen in rock bands, the same bands who saved rock a decade ago. Lots of them seem bored while playing their songs, unconvinced, lacking the energy so vital…

Why we should be concerned about Evelyn Gardens student halls closure

In September 2015, the Imperial College student accommodation halls in Evelyn Gardens will close. The Evelyn Gardens halls were affordable student accommodation within twenty minutes walking distance from Imperial College. Needless to day they were really popular among students. The decision to shut the halls was officially announced at the beginning of 2014 although rumours…

French Open 2015: Do the young guns stand any chance?

Roland Garros 2015. Everyone is talking about who’s the favourite this year, about whether it’s the end of the reign of Rafael Nadal. The obvious favourites are Djokovic, Murray, Federer…and Nadal. Nadal has won nine French Open since 2005. That was ten-TEN-years ago. He’s still one of the favourites although his form in the last few months…