While the clear stratification of men and women’s football is beginning to be rectified at the national level, our sporting institutions and bureaucracies still leave much to be desired in terms of the prestige, wealth, and glory granted to the women’s game.
I tried to remember the last time I’d run into an open body of water, or danced at a club, or sung a pop song, without a layer of self-irony undermining the sincerity of it all, without the need to let people know that “it was obviously a joke” through exaggerated body language or an overly accentuated Cher impression. I, in my anxious, sarcastic, self-parodying state, have never been and never will be the kind of person to “take it and run.”
Ella Barnes, curates the essential vegan shopping list – perfect for anyone just starting out or if you’re looking for inspiration outside of your usual meal choices.
Helena Aeberli explores how Coronavirus has done away with the ceremony of politics – and exposed the incompetence of Boris Johnson’s government.
Jack Olsburgh, William Atkinson, George Beglan and Jacob Reid give their thoughts on Keir Starmer’s keynote speech at the 2020 Labour Party conference.
The temporary installation included hundreds of pairs of children’s and adult’s shoes with messages of hopes, wishes and fears about the future, accompanied by a banner asking, “Would you want to be in our kids’ shoes?”
Declan Nelson explores how the Democrats should approach the Supreme Court nomination process following the death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
Oxford City Council, in conjunction with Aspire, will receive over £1 million from the UK Government to aid its fight to prevent homeless people from having to return to the city’s streets amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. In a press release, the City Council said that almost £900,000 of the new funding will go towards Read More…
Tom Martland on the many perks of audiobooks, access to complicated literature being the most central one.
What are the repercussions of an increase in television consumption and how do our connections with books and television differ?