Ariya Tabassum Abdullah

Stripe’s Song of the Day: Olivia Rodrigo – Ballad of a Homeschooled Girl
The angsty and wry pop-punk anthem tackles the horrors of social awkwardness
Five spooky movies and shows for scaredy cats
Even the easily scared among us want to get into the Halloween spirit. Here are five ways to do so without lying awake all night
Stripe’s Song of the Day: Reneé Rapp – Colorado
An upbeat pop tune about the dream of moving somewhere and finally getting away from yourself is both whimsical and uplifting
We must push back against the normalisation of slurs
Too often nowadays, we toss around words without the proper care and respect for those it may hurt
The addictive 'Succession' is prestige TV at its finest. Here's why it's a must watch
Family drama, corporate intrigue, and black comedy come together for a triumphant HBO production
'Don't Worry Darling' may be inspired by 'The Stepford Wives', but it fails to do justice to the sharp premise
The movie does not capitalise on its themes and ideas, and falls prey to some of the same faults it accuses society of
For years, women had to use male names to publish their writing. Is it any different now?
From the Brönte sisters to JK Rowling, many women have had to adopt male-sounding names to get their books released
The Depp-Heard trial was a lightning rod for misogyny
The outsized anger at Heard’s claims of abuse against the famous actor should be cause for concern