Paulina Maziarska explores the potential effects of the Polish presidential election.
For many people, myself included, Dark was initially written off as a knock-off of Stranger Things. And it’s true that its premise of ‘kid vanishes in a small town where things are not as they seem’ was remarkably similar. Two and a half years on from the release of the first season, the show has amassed a growing Read More…
Sarah Lewis muses on what it might be like to return to Oxford, particularly to our old rooms haunted by the ghosts of times and memories past…
At midnight on the 1 July 1997, 156 years of British colonial rule ended in Hong Kong. This date also marked the end of the British Empire, and Hong Kong was returned to China. Despite the assurances of the Joint Declaration, in the 23 years since the transferral of Hong Kong to Chinese sovereignty, long seated antagonism in Hong Kong against China has been building since 1997.
Anvee Bhutani writes a guide to her hometown of San Francisco highlighting what you definitely shouldn’t miss when visiting.
Investment is a big decision, but if you choose to try it out, it often proves to be a great way to grow your savings. Micro-investing is a relatively new concept, aimed at challenging and breaking down barriers to traditional investing, perfect for trying out investment for the first time.
It’s the July-2020-you writing from the future. Don’t gasp. I just want to make sure you’re not acting like an idiot like I was.
Today, Melanie Onovo and Adi Kesaia Toganivalu,undergraduates at Christ Church and Magdalen College respectively, appeared on BBC News to discuss their efforts to tackle racist and classist discrimination at Oxford University.