Mansi Vithlani, our editor-in-chief interviews the president of the BAME Women Society who shares insight on how the society is going to empower and uplift female City students.
Sarea Chowdhury explores how to maximise productivity at University to make the most of our education whilst being mindful.
Alice Clifford interviews the founder and president of the Fashion Flare Society at City University to get to know more about the society.
Policing and women's safety in the U.K. has once again been called into question. With a lack of faith in policing, now who do we trust?
For Spotlight Week, Carrot Magazine has interviewed the 93% Club to gain an understanding about their society and what they stand for.
Lydia Spencer-Elliot reviews James Cousins company 'We Are Gods' most recent performance at Battersea Arts Centre.
Covid-19 has changed many things, but not London’s music scene. This is what I thought when I saw Inhaler at the O2 Forum in Kentish Town on 6 October.
The Specials’ Encore tour graced the grand stage of Troxy, and our Politics and Current Affairs editor Maeve Schaffer was in the audience
Alexandra Lawrence is back with her weekly Bake Off round up. Get your dough ready, it's bread week!
Alice Clifford, head representative of Solidaritee at City University, shares the importance of Solidaritee and how to get involved to fundraise.
Australian Hayden Calnin, has released a new, emotional and cathartic album 'What It Means To Be Human' to remind us all what the true meaning of life is.
Social Media and Reality TV go hand in hand in the crazed world of image and popularity. Can we learn how to be better human beings from a show like The Circle?