Merton college maintains that a lack of a desk to work at is not a significant enough reason to return to college.
The Pro-Vice Chancellor has confirmed that students can study remotely for the entirety of next term. In an email sent to the student body by the Pro-Vice Chancellor (Education), Martin Williams, today, the following guidelines have been outlined for students, with the waiving of residency requirements being the most significant: “In light of the current Read More…
“2020 was queen of wacky lockdown trends and a look back over some of them suggests that many of us were questioning, if not abandoning, our gender performances, whether we knew it or not…”
Eve McMullen explores how lockdown has given people the freedom to change and experiment with their gender expression.