Category: Active

  • If They’re Laughing, They’re Listening; Discussing Comedy’s Relevance

    If They’re Laughing, They’re Listening; Discussing Comedy’s Relevance

    Chloé Delaitre is a half Spanish, half French second year International Relations student at Kings. Her passions include journalism, coffee and dogs. [Featured Image: Shows a blue background with three hands holding megaphones on the left-hand-side] We live in a world where there is an overflow of news, and increasingly more people are getting these […]

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  • If We Are All Imposters, None of Us Are

    If We Are All Imposters, None of Us Are

    Outgoing Editor-in-Chief Madison Miszewski has just finished her final year at KCL studying History, and is planning on pursuing a Masters in International Development and Humanitarian Emergencies at LSE this coming autumn. Her interests include forced migration, decolonisation, queerness, diplomacy and a good gin and tonic on a Friday evening. [Feature Image: Front of the […]

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  • Why You Should Be Striking Too.

    Why You Should Be Striking Too.

    Sarah Nizarali is a first-year History and Iberian Studies student. She hopes to one day go into post-colonial studies and research the Lusophone and South Asian world. In her free time, she tries to run away from commercialisation, tucking herself into tiny coffee shops, independent films and the mountains. [Featured Image: A large group of […]

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  • Has social media become the new window to the soul?

    Has social media become the new window to the soul?

    Areeshya Thevamanohar is second Year Politics students at King’s. Growing up in Malaysia, and then moving to London, she hopes to keep exploring the many conflicting views that have shaped how gender is treated in all walks of life. [Featured Image: A close up shot of a hand holding a phone receiving pink social media […]

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  • The Starlings

    The Starlings

    Keya Punja is a final year Liberal Arts student with an interest in photography, writing, and dancing ’til the early hours of the morning. [Featured Image: A blue and yellow starling bird perched upon a small, bare branch.] The president was making an appearance at Nairobi University, and it seemed as though everyone and their […]

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  • Why You Shouldn’t Accept Tardiness

    Why You Shouldn’t Accept Tardiness

    Felicity is a final year student at KCL. [Featured image: A Picasso painting entitled ‘the Friendship’. It features two friends painted abstractly in browns, greens, and blues in a somber embrace.] I used to have a pretty simplistic idea of friendship. A friend is someone who is kind, someone who you have fun with and […]

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  • 4×4 Feminist Features: Films

    4×4 Feminist Features: Films

    Features Editor Sophie Perry is pursuing a Masters in Contemporary Literature, Culture & Theory and has a special interest in Intersectional Feminism, Queer theory, gender performativity and postcolonial identities. [Featured Image: Thelma and Louise from their popular film posing for a selfie.] In this third piece for 4×4 Feminist Features the focus will be on […]

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  • On Compassion: A New Resolution for the New Year

    On Compassion: A New Resolution for the New Year

    Editor-in-Chief Madison Miszewski is a second year History student with interests in queerness, migration, and diplomacy. [Image: Painting of a woman’s arms grasping a bouquet of pink, yellow, and white flowers.]   Dear Reader, As 2018 winds down, it feels pertinent to write a short ‘letter from the editor’. I want to highlight that this […]

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  • 4×4 Feminist Features: Books

    4×4 Feminist Features: Books

    Features Editor Sophie Perry is pursuing a Masters in Contemporary Literature, Culture & Theory and has a special interest in Intersectional Feminism, Queer theory, gender performativity and postcolonial identities. [Featured Image: A stack of lightly coloured books on a shelf.] In this article for 4×4 Feminist Features the focus will be on books – four […]

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  • The Matatus: A Short Story

    The Matatus: A Short Story

    Regular Contributor Keya Punja is a second year Liberal Arts student with an interest in photography, writing, and dancing ’til the early hours of the morning. She has also drawn the photo that goes along with this piece. [Featured image: Artwork featuring a pencil-sketched woman’s face in a somber mood, her hair dark with light […]

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  • A Small Introduction to Feminism: 4×4 Feminist Features

    A Small Introduction to Feminism: 4×4 Feminist Features

     Features Editor Sophie Perry is a pursuing a Masters in Contemporary Literature, Culture & Theory and is interested in Intersectional Feminism, Queer theory, gender performativity and postcolonial identities. Translator Wendy Enid Pérez Grecco is an internationally educated Civil Engineer who was recently  one of ten global recipients to be awarded a place on the inaugural M4DLink Women in […]

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  • Why We Focus on Women

    Why We Focus on Women

    Editor-in-Chief Madison Miszewski is a second year in History with interests in migration, queerness, and diplomacy.  This piece is an unconventional one to put on The Clandestine. Usually we would respond to a request of this nature in a message or a meeting – but the staff of The Clandestine felt this was a discourse […]

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