A Pakistani-American teen is using her Instagram account @desigirlaesthetic with over 60k followers to showcase and preserve South Asian culture.
Anvee, Thea, William, Louis and Nathan, the Media editors, introduce themselves through their desert island picks!
Since the tech boom of the 1980s and 90s, tech has continued to revolutionize all facets of our lives as it renders one thing after the next obsolete. From cassettes to DVDs, to watching Netflix and being addicted to the 6-inch supercomputers that live in our pockets, technology regularly phases out the old and replaces Read More…
Anvee Bhutani interviews recent fine art graduate Helena Greening on her experiences of working in lockdown. This is the first of the culture team’s new interview series ‘Meet the Creatives’.
Anvee Bhutani explores the increase and development of surveillance technology.
An Oxford study released last week found that masks and cloth face coverings are effective in reducing the spread of COVID-19. The University of Oxford plans to require the use of face coverings as part of its preparations for Michaelmas 2020. The study by Oxford University’s Leverhulme Centre for Demographic Science investigated the effectiveness of Read More…
Anvee Bhutani writes a guide to her hometown of San Francisco highlighting what you definitely shouldn’t miss when visiting.
With the cancellation of A-level exams and the ongoing lockdown that continues to mandate social distancing rules, the coronavirus pandemic has made this one of the strangest periods in history to have an offer from Oxford. With all the nervousness, excitement, and chaos that is ensuing, we asked 18 University of Oxford offer-holders to share Read More…
A landmark donation of £80 million by the Reuben Foundation is to fund Oxford’s newest graduate college. The news comes despite accusations that the Reuben brothers were involved in illegal activity both in Soviet Russia and Kazakstan, as well as having possible links to money-laundering activities.
In an American context, “nonviolent” protest does not work and therefore, looting and riots are legitimate forms of protest for racial equality.