The Women’s Equality Party (WE) has voted overwhelmingly in favour of adopting an economic model created by the Oxford economist Kate Raworth.
Jessica Lee discusses the problematic nature of ‘BAME’ as a catch-all term for minorities and the interplay between free speech and cancel culture.
Megan Lee and Jake Caudwell argue why the government must do more to save the arts industry in the wake of Rishi Sunak’s recently criticised comments about retraining.
Carol Jones discusses the implications of Cineworld closing down and looks at the future of cinema in general.
The more we normalise being single, the less embarrassed we will feel when we ask for a table for one. I want that for the future; a world where we can exist as individuals as opposed to in pairs.
Sarah Lewis reviews ‘Emily in Paris’, starring Lily Collins, a comedy drama which has recently been released on Netflix.
Osian chats with Aleks Cvetkovik. Who, fresh out of Oxford only some six years ago, quickly found a niche for himself as a menswear journalist at The Rake Magazine. He then moved on to become deputy editor of luxury men’s magazine The Jackal before turning freelance two years ago to try his hand at making podcasts.
Mental health issues and financial difficulties can trap us in an endless cycle of anxiety, stress and uncertainty. For example, poor mental health may make it more difficult to regularly earn money, or to manage spending, or ask for help, leading to financial difficulties which in turn cause further stress and anxiety.
Black History Month 2020 marks the launch of the Oxford Coalition of Black Communities and Communities of Colour, as well as a manifesto dedicated to racial equality within Oxford.
Regardless of the election’s outcome a sizeable proportion of the population will be deeply angered by the result and will cite reasons why the vote was illegitimate (both real, like voter suppression, and imagined, like widespread voter fraud). With the population already at a fever pitch after months of civil unrest, it is almost certain that there will be protests and riots featuring violent clashes. Faith in government will undoubtedly suffer. Soon America’s democracy may be added to COVID-19’s ever-growing death toll.