My parents and I happened upon Lady Gaga after The Fame (2008) and The Fame Monster (2009) were released. While my parents turned ‘LoveGame’ off the first time they heard it in the car, they…
Articles by Chloé Agar
One thing that I’m enjoying – perhaps surprisingly – is socialising less.
Chloé Agar talks about her experiences at both Univ and St Cross.
Chloe Agar considers the questions remote learning will raise about the accessibility of teaching.
Fear not, we’re not let loose upon students with absolutely no idea what we’re doing. Quite how much idea we have is another matter.
I believe that the current lockdown of the UK was inevitable, and not just because isolation has been shown to be the best way to stop the spread of COVID-19. At least in the UK,…
With strikes and state sanctions disrupting our studies beyond repair, Chloé Agar questions whether universities can justify charging full fees.
COVID-19 has taken a financial hit on everyone. Chloé Agar offers her personal perspective how the outbreak is affecting postgraduate researchers in particular.
How much can there really be to study about something that’s all odd languages and dusty tombs?
It is certainly true that there are sexual health-related issues that affect men more than women. Take as a case study the universally unhelpful ‘tough’ masculine image presented in My Left Nut, a series soon…