Our features editor, Antonia, finds an excellent way to use those old books you don’t have the heart to recycle or sell… It can seem, at times, that as English students we spend our lives purchasing book after book, only to use them for a few weeks and then discard and forget. Despite my ever growing literature tab and the gentle covering of dust some … Continue reading

Looking back to the past…

Twenty years ago a band of only 3 members would release an album that would revolutionise the eighties alternative punk scene forever. Though Kurt Cobain’s tragic demise sometimes overshadows the music that defined an era, Nirvana is still one of the most popular bands two decades after the release of their iconic album ‘Nevermind’. Despite the fact that Kurt Cobain died only 3 years after … Continue reading Looking back to the past…

Not to be missed…

With each and every new season comes a wave of ‘must-see’ exhibitions. Autumn/Winter 2011 looks to be no different and, with this in mind, I have sought to choose the top three shows that I feel will entirely live up to their affiliated clichés. 1)   Degas and the Ballet: Picturing Movement at the Royal Academy of Arts from 17th September has been high on my … Continue reading Not to be missed…

Razz News and Updates

The new term is under one month away! As someone entering their final year this is terrifying…BUT for all things razz it’s EXCITING. So here are a few updates about our issue ‘Insanity and Imagination’ and what we’ll be up to when term kicks off… 1. PHOTOSHOOT So if you follow us on twitter (@razzmag) you’ll know that we had a rather lovely photoshoot last … Continue reading Razz News and Updates