Edmund Kelly explores the changes to and future of student debt in the UK.
Two major advantages of home workouts are their flexibility and convenience; you can do them from anywhere, at any time, without factoring in travelling to the gym. This makes them perfect for our eventual return to Oxford. A gym however has far more on offer and there’s something about being in a space dedicated to exercise that allows for better focus.
Zaman Keinath-Esmail writes about the process of coming to terms with her identity in a world that does not accept her.
Anvee Bhutani explores the increase and development of surveillance technology.
Through trying out recipes from Le Caprice and Pret, Katharine Spurrier reflects on attempting restaurant cooking at home and what might be missing from this experience.
What better way to welcome our writers than through some Desert Island Picks? Get to know columnists Chris and Flora through what they would take with them if they were marooned in the middle of nowhere.
Earlier this week, the Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, announced a series of measures to tackle obesity in both children and adults, in light of evidence that suggests it can make people more vulnerable to coronavirus. The campaign marks the beginnings of a change in focus with regards to healthcare, emphasising preventative measures and public health. Read More…