Culture Film & TV

Disney+: An Unlikely Coronavirus Saviour?

As Julia Hobsbawm recently wrote in a British GQ article, “it is in simplicity we will find some kind of security as this crisis rages on”, detailing the ways the pandemic has forced us to unite by simpler, basic impulses and recognise the unnecessary complexities of pre-pandemic life. Of course there are people who want Read More…

Columns Lifestyle

Wime Reviews: £3.79… Seriously

Hi guys. We hope you’ll play along and have fun with this wine review. However, please enjoy safely. Before reading, ask your parents to help move chairs, tables and other objects you might bump into. And please remember: don’t run, jump or dance while drinking the wine.


Getting started: commissions

Getting involved in The Oxford Blue couldn’t be easier. As a training platform for student journalists honing their skills, we are committed to supporting new writers, but we understand that pitching to any newspaper can seem daunting. What is a pitch? A pitch should: explain what you want to write about and define your point of view. Read More…

Music Opinion

Rooms of their own: Boiler Room takes things House to House

Life seems to go on without effort, when I am filled with music. – George Eliot, ‘The Mill on the Floss’ The stationary nature of our present circumstances has made most of us question what really matters to us, what we miss the most. Denied the opportunity to go out and experience the world, it Read More…

Global Affairs

Rising food costs in Lebanon spark riots

Thousands of protesters across Lebanon blocked roads and marched through the streets as a response to rising food prices and to the lira’s rapid devaluation. The demonstrations that broke out quickly turned into riots as the protesters vandalizing and setting banks on fire. Tripoli saw the largest number of protests last Monday, amid claims that Read More…