Mei - Year 12 Student & Chief Editor, Humanities Journal Editor's Note: Year 12 student Mei, founder and current Chief Editor of the school's Humanities Journal, researched and composed this remarkable extended essay on the Carolingian Empire in response to the Robson History Prize essay competition organised by Trinity College, Cambridge. The aims of the … Continue reading Did continual military expansion lead to the decay of the Carolingian Empire?
Jamie Smallbone - Year 12 Student Mongol - the name is synonymous with bloodshed, pillaging and conquest. Was Genghis Khan simply a merciless butcher or a man we should admire as one of the most successful ever exponents of a particular moral framework? Genghis Khan is commonly portrayed in our modern western society as a … Continue reading Genghis Khan: A Dastardly Villain?
George Gearty - Year 13 Student & Chief Editor, Politics in Review Editor's Note: Politics in Review would like to remind its readers that this is an independent journal, published entirely by politics students. Therefore, the opinions expressed in this journal are the opinions of the contributors and not the opinions of the school. GG … Continue reading The Benefits of Brexit