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Rife wants your Lockdown Diaries

Rife wants to hear from young Bristolians about how lockdown is impacting them.
Bristol / / Rife Editor

How to survive quarantine when you’re an extrovert

Qezz gives tips to those who thrive around other people for staying sane during lockdown.
Lifestyle / / Qezz Gill

Five rule-breaking photographers you should know

Qezz lists her favourite photographers who challenge the status quo.
Art / Fun Stuff/Lists / History / / Qezz Gill

How to stay structured in a lockdown

Aggie is having a go at making working from home more purposeful - here are her top tips
Lifestyle / / Aggie Andrews

'Reasons why': women as objects of change in the dating world

Ellen's noticed a trend of women feeling as if they have to change for men - and she's fed up
Social Issues / / Ellen Crofton

How I Use Fashion To Express Myself

Lucy turns out her closet to explain her fixation on fashion - take a peek Fashion has been one of...
Art / Arts/Culture / Fashion / / Lucy Turner

A bit of optimism: a solo walk through Bristol

Aggie takes her camera for a walk around some of the places in Bristol she appreciates most
Bristol / / Aggie Andrews

Speaking with Colour

A podcast exploring the relationship between language and cultural identity Produced and narrated by Keziah Wenham-Kenyon.

The Walking Woman: a spoken word short film

Aggie's spoken word expresses how she feels unsafe when walking alone at night.
Film / Social Issues / youtube / / Aggie Andrews

Imposter syndrome, myself, and I

Lucy thinks about why she's always felt fraudulent - and asks some high-flying friends whether they feel it too 
Social Issues / / Lucy Turner

Why I won't date white women any more

Hansit explains why he's changed his dating preferences as an Indian man
Social Issues / / Hansit Deb

Seeing Colour: a poetry and photography series

Qezz discusses why it's not okay to say you 'don't see colour'
Art / Social Issues / / Qezz Gill

Greta Thunberg’s visit to Bristol was a message of hope

Everything about Friday’s Climate Strike was a sign of hope for humanity, says Kaja
Bristol / Social Issues / / Kaja Brown

Hit show Pose puts a spotlight on untaught LGBTQ+ history

Dana reviews the trans-positive series and discovers that it's ground-breaking television
Arts/Culture / / Dana Archer

Coronavirus isn't just a medical issue

Mia's noticed a rise in racism in response to the headlines about the virus
Social Issues / / Mia Cheng

Your art isn't that original, and here's why

Keziah questions the concept of originality in art
Arts/Culture / Music / / Keziah Wenham-Kenyon

i for Identity: A photo essay

Qezz breaks down her experiences through her black and white film series

'Maybe I ought to have seen it coming.'

Flora's job made her feel safe - until she met a famous face
Social Issues / / Flora Snelson

Abbi Bayliss' first solo exhibition puts women of colour in the picture

Artist Abbi Bayliss talks about the first ever solo showing of her exciting art
Arts/Culture / / Rife Editor

Here’s your Middle-Class Roadman Starter Pack

A list of recommended items for rebor roadmen. 

A city novice’s guide to thriving in Bristol

Bristol newcomer Qezz curates her tips for the best city experience possible
Bristol / / Qezz Gill

How Sex Education reminded me of the importance of sisterhood

Parys identifies with a powerful storyline which shows women supporting other women
Social Issues / TV / / Parys Buckingham

You turn 18, you get a job, then you die

Mikey takes a look back on how changing his mindset diverted him away from a life he didn't want
Social Issues / / Mikey Major

‘In this world, you have to try twice as hard as everyone else.’

Kofo's work experience at a bank was meant to make her feel included - but it did the opposite
Social Issues / / Kofo Ajala