To Dive or Not to Dive

Taking the debate about the way in which Harry Kane won his recent match saving penalty against West Ham (Tottenham 2 – 2 West Ham, 22nd February 2015) as his inspiration, our Greek Editor Ahilleas Rokni gives us his take on the one issue from which football just can’t seem to escape: diving. Diving is perhaps one…

Para tener alas, primero hay que buscar las raíces: una entrevista improvisada con LAPIZTOLA STENCIL

The Spanish Content editor for The Glossa was lucky enough to meet two members of the Lapiztola Stencil art collective at their exhibition ‘Democracia Real Ya!’. The Oaxacan artists came to London to exhibit their street art which denounces corruption, mass killings and drug trafficking in Mexico. The exhibition is open until 28th February in…

To have wings, first you must find your roots: an improvised interview with LAPIZTOLA STENCIL

The Spanish Content editor for The Glossa was lucky enough to meet two members of the Lapiztola Stencil art collective at their exhibition ‘Democracia Real Ya!’. The Oaxacan artists came to London to exhibit their street art which denounces corruption, mass killings and drug trafficking in Mexico. The exhibition is open until 28th February in…

The Glossa’s First Printed Edition

The Glossa has now launched its first ever printed edition! With a combination of many of our articles already published on theglossa.com and a few new items, this printed version of The Glossa celebrates the success of our first 3 months in action. A huge thanks and congratulations to all of the editors, writers and readers that…

Photo Diary – Marrakesh, Morocco

A trip to Morocco isn’t complete without a stop in Marrakesh – let our French Content Editor Sarah Jones show you the sites to take in in only 24 hours, whilst you relax with a glass of mint tea and a chebakia. The Jemaa el Fna – before the acrobats, musicians and snake charmers move in The minaret of…