Laura Norris brings us along on her lockdown journey and eventual reconciliation with ‘granny crafts’, finding joy and encouragement in the crafting community.
Laura Norris looks at Lemn Sissay’s memoir, My Name is Why, which covers his experience of being adopted, going through the care system, and the racism throughout.
In the first instalment of her column (Ay Up, Make Some Room Fer Us!), Laura Norris talks about Jeanette Winterson’s memoir and how she relates to Winterson’s experiences.
Sophie Benbelaid, Oliver Buckingham and Laura Norris introduce their columns.
“Considering all the previous ways in which I was left isolated compared to my peers it appears to me that the ‘net’ used to detect vulnerable students is cut so that the rope catches only what the University wishes to display as a symbol of progress and intersectionality; in truth, this could not be any further away from the reality of many disabled students.”
Laura Norris describes her experience as a disabled student at Oxford.