Now term is over, Jess Steadman has put together her top reading recommendations for your summer.
Sport from the Side-lines is a mini-series from Mitch Marshall, speaking to those who bring unique perspectives about sport into the limelight, without being elite sportspeople themselves. While they share Mitch’s love for sport, it is their insight into sports’ broader lessons about society, culture and the essence of being human that make them so Read More…
Carol Jones delves into the the world of Dungeons and Dragons in OULES’ latest virtual offering ‘Meeting Rooms and Managers’.
As part of the ‘Revisiting the Classics’ series, Alice Banfield discusses how the Beatles have shaped the music industry and society as a whole.
Documents from the Education Committee, seen by The Oxford Blue, reveal departments at the University of Oxford have been told that “they are strongly encouraged to retain online exams where academically appropriate.”
As Pride Month draws to a close,
discover “some newly published gay treasures which ditch the whole boy-meets-girl scenario that still floods today’s media” with India Gray this summer.
Meg Hopkins discusses MARINA’s new album, which touches on political and more personal issues, while maintaining her characteristic style.
In the latest instalment of her column, Disability Looks Like This, Ellie Redpath interviews Tiri Hughes, a student and prominent disability activist at Oxford. Artwork by Emer Sukonik
Riana Modi previews Jazz Hands Productions’ new film, ‘Lost Connection’.
Loveday Pride reviews ‘The Importance of Being Earnest’, this year’s Trinity Players’ lawns play.