Nathalie Olah

Opinion

Why you should accept your place at university even though there’s a pandemic

This week thousands of students will make the decision on whether or not to accept a place at universities with an uncertain future of what university life will actually look like. If you're confused, read this.
Nathalie Olah
6.17.20
Politics

When this pandemic is over, it's time to dismantle capitalism

Sooner or later we will have a vaccine for the disease. At that point, reflection ends and action begins, says Nathalie Olah.
Nathalie Olah
4.6.20
Opinion

How to save culture in the 2020s

The 2010s may have been deemed the lost decade, but Nathalie Olah finds hope in the re-emergent left.
Nathalie Olah
12.30.19
Culture

What Extinction Rebellion needs to change before we can save the world

The demands of the climate cause go hand-in-hand with the aims of socialism. There’s no green movement that doesn’t also necessarily dictate redistributed wealth and limitations on excessive consumption.
Nathalie Olah
12.4.19
Culture

Mark Leckey is extremely online

20 years on from the release of his seminal film, "Fiorucci Made Me Hardcore", the artist reflects on how the art world has changed and explains how to find the internet's best cursed images.
Nathalie Olah
11.27.19
peace week

the performance artist using social media to take on the tories

Since 2013, British performance artist Mark McGowan has been confronting today’s endless stream of injustice and corruption with angry, politicised and hilarious daily rants as The Artist Taxi Driver. But who is the man behind the wraparound shades?
Nathalie Olah
1.25.18
Think Pieces

mental health; the issue that never quite was

Mental health is slowly being discussed in less defining – and damning – terms, but there is a still a huge lack of real support for sufferers. While self diagnosis, self medication and self help may benefit the department of health, there is an urgent...
Nathalie Olah
12.23.16
mental health

​why friendship is so important in managing depression and anxiety

There are friends who exist in your life solely as disembodied, Snapchat filtered heads, and those who will help you through crisis after crisis.
Nathalie Olah
5.21.16
Culture

​what could brexit mean for generation z?

With the EU referendum getting closer and closer, we look into the potential impact it will have on our lives.
Nathalie Olah
5.5.16
Culture

meet the protesters fighting to save lambeth's libraries

We meet the teen protesters who occupied Lambeth Library to highlight the struggle and battle against closures across the country.
Nathalie Olah
5.3.16
Donald Trump

​a post-empire perspective on trump

Patrick Bateman's obsession with Donald Trump is perhaps the earliest and most accurate foretelling of the tycoon-turned-would-be-politician's corrosive potential.
Nathalie Olah
2.13.16
Politics

​front national and the worrying rise of the far-right in france

Marion Le Pen is France’s youngest ever MP; attractive and well educated, she’s also the unlikely face of the country’s far-right.
Nathalie Olah
12.17.15
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