While Oxford students are spread far and wide for a remote Trinity Term, college life carries on, with the college porters continuing to do stellar work to keep Oxford running. Porters teams at five Oxford colleges – Christ Church, Corpus Christi, Hertford, Trinity and Wadham – share photos from their daily lives, and what they’re Read More…
I step out of the window into the night, to take a long stroll through the city streets in a taxi. Sipping my wine and rocking the cab with my jumps of joy.
I’m not alone in feeling horrified when I watched George Floyd die, desperately pleading for his life as police officer Derek Chauvin knelt on his neck to pin him – unarmed and handcuffed – to the ground, as fellow officer Tou Thao looked on and prevented public intervention. Yet despite Chauvin now having been arrested Read More…
Reya Muller’s new series ‘TV Dinners”‘describes her experience making recipes of your favourite film and TV meals. First up, a three course meal inspired by the quintessentially ‘foodie’ movie ‘Chef’ and its subsequent TV series
…The Cloud, is probably brimming with dicks, tits, and all other anatomical ‘best bits’ as the internet is currently the only place we can ‘flaunt it’ so-to-speak. This is by no means a bad thing in and of itself; viva la nip is all I’m saying
Do not despair, as all good things (and all not-good things too, depending which category you place this column) must end. If only the producers of Killing Eve and the organisers of the annual Dalston Show Scarecrow Competition would learn from this. I’d much rather be a Fleabag than a Suits.
Top-flight football is set to return, following the Premier League’s announcement that fixtures would provisionally restart on Wednesday June 17th, with Aston Villa playing Sheffield United and Manchester City facing Arsenal. It is then expected that a full set of fixtures will be played over the weekend of June 19th, 20th and 21st. This announcement, Read More…
Daisy Jowers discusses her experience of Magdalen College.
Talking to soft bois about their love of Tame Impala and the demons that they’re running from no longer seems strange but worryingly normal.
Maddy Ross discusses the problems with austerity.