COVID-19’s arrival in Portsmouth feels like a long time ago. University of Portsmouth creative writing student, Morgan Turner, recounts that unnerving time – and how he dealt with the challenges that followed. With a Co-op [… read more ]
Oliver Timberlake, writer, reveals his personal experience of being working-class at the University of Portsmouth. Since the 1980s, there’s been a dominant narrative about how class in Britain no longer really matters. For Margaret Thatcher, [… read more ]
To celebrate the arrival of 2018, we’re looking back this week at the most popular 10 articles published on S&C in 2017. From tactical voting to therapy with horses, from the right to protest to [… read more ]
An anonymous whistleblower recently sent S&C a leaked copy of the annual report to the Board of Governors of the Southsea Institute of Creatindustry Knowledgehow (SICK), delivered by Vice-Chancellor Heister Hoare-O’Mammon. Ladies, gentlemen, bishops, retired [… read more ]
University of Portsmouth student Maria Sewell asks whether the growing population of students is having a positive or negative effect on the city’s image. The Royal Navy has long been at the heart of Portsmouth’s growth and [… read more ]
What happens when a woman of colour from vibrant South London moves into a student flat in Portsmouth with a group of mostly white men? Dyanni Swhyer-Brown reveals all. I stared out of my window [… read more ]
Portsmouth visual satirist and S&C regular Mike Gumbrell creates a new take on an old classic with a board game based on Portsmouth Politics, Portsmouthonopoly.
During the past six months, construction on the largest student accommodation in Portsmouth has been underway. But is the new accommodation pricing out its target market? Lisa Foote reports. Greetham Street halls in the city [… read more ]