Amy is a second year studying Chemistry at Lady Margaret Hall and an Opinion Editor for the Blue. In case one widely hated extracurricular wasn't enough, she also rows and plays lacrosse.
“The greatest risk is not from people innocently going to the parks, but that the media and officials lead the public to believe that lockdown laws are being so widely ignored that they do actually choose to disobey them in more damaging ways.”
Amy Sankey examines why the topic of park overcrowding is being overblown.
“The intersection of science and ideology engendered by the pandemic has presented novel (dare I say unprecedented) challenges for journalism; challenges which have arguably not been handled particularly well.”
Amy Sankey explores Covid misinformation and disinformation in the media.
“The stark contrast between the wide choice of full, nutritious meals offered every lunchtime in private schools and the battered fruit and potatoes of the packages offered to struggling families reveals more than a company’s single-minded focus on the more profitable aspect of its business model.”
Amy Sankey explores Chartwells’s failure to supply adequate free school meals.
Getting action a bit closer to home might be government-approved, but is it a good idea?
Amy Sankey examines the options available to students wanting to have sex in a pandemic.
Amy Sankey explains how the UK’s Covid ‘strategy’ differs from those of the countries it claims to emulate.
In the US, where coronavirus cases are still rapidly increasing across many states, how higher education will look in the autumn is especially unclear.