Many students don’t improve as much as they could because they receive little in the way of feedback, and they don’t know the right questions to ask to get helpful tips. Here’s how you can maximise your progress.
The_Donald is still up and running on Reddit because it makes them money. This article in Quartz explains how it works and what it would take for the administrators to get rid of it.
How many references to include in an essay is a tricky question. As well as giving you some idea of the "magic number", this article unpacks why you need to reference, and how you can push your grades up by 5-10 points with a few simple tricks.
Elias' "The Civilizing Process", first published in German in 1939 and in English in 1969, tracks and explains changes in human behaviours by relating them to macro-level changes in social structure. This article explains his major claims before dealing with common issues readers have with this important work in sociology.
Five ways in which students can support their tutors and lecturers who are striking for their pensions this February and March.
Most introductions are too long, with too much fluff and too little content. Here are five ways to make sure you don't fall into common traps, and convey the most information possible in the fewest words.
Students systematically fail to write introductions well, to proofread, to use appropriate language and to make good arguments. Here's how you can avoid all of these mistakes in your essays.
There was no such thing as the "Christian Dark Ages", and other myths about the "conflict" between science and religion.