“Isolationist policies are a band-aid solution but in an election year, there is an incentive to artificially pump numbers.”
Maddy Ross explains why the Union will not change for the better.
Date Tonight Cafe is an online dating service, specifically for lockdown. You sign up, answer a few questions, and get sent a Zoom link to click on at a specific time. Unlike RAG Blind Date, you can’t Facebook stalk the person in advance so, naturally, I assumed (as any reasonable person would) that I would Read More…
Maddy Ross discusses the problems with austerity.
Maddy Ross looks at the importance of cricket for community.
Normally, it is rare to find me sitting still for more than a couple of minutes. When the lockdown started, I went from 100 miles an hour to sitting in my living room, unable to go out or work.
Maddy Ross on the parts of Exeter which have shaped her experience of the city she calls home from its eclectic collection of clubs to the natural landscapes only a short drive away.
Maddy Ross provides an insight into working in a supermarket during the coronavirus pandemic.
“While Love Island isn’t devoid of its own problems, at least it doesn’t claim to be creating an environment that fosters the “personal development” of its contestants.”
Isolation, it turns out, is really dull. I have watched almost all of Mad Men, and most of The West Wing. As I was running out of things to do – aside from revising for collections, which I am avoiding at all costs – I turned to my bookshelves and reached for an old favourite. Read More…