This week, Sarina talks us through the aftermath of a student loan, from what debt you can expect to what changes you should keep an eye on.
Articles by Sarina Chandaria
While Pride Month has now come to a close, there are still lots of great ways to keep celebrating from live-streamed gay Bollywood hip-hop nights to panel discussions about queer histories.
I’m definitely not a ‘Confessions of a Shopholic’ level credit card collector but I do think there are a few important and useful reasons to get a credit card.
This week Sarina writes a quick guide to savings accounts from the high-interest Regular Savings to AI-powered apps that tell you off and automatically save for you.
Essentially, the fuck off fund is a sum of money you keep in a bank account solely owned and managed by yourself, that is there not only for emergencies like car breakdowns but for a sense of independence.
‘Bad’ weeks might come around because of unexpected financial burdens or simply because I decide that I want a week of fun post- Prelims. So really, a ‘bad’ week for me, can sometimes be rather good.
There’s something about atmospheric science that makes me want to eat melted cheese so a friend and I grab cheese and onion toasties in the JCR café
Sarina lays out some of her favourite ways to save money from avoiding purchases that are just an outright scam like branded ibuprofen to finding the perfect outfit at a fraction of the price.
In her new column, Sarina Chandaria gives you her guide on how to take control of your personal finances, starting with top tips for effective budgeting.
Sarina Chandaria chats to Lizzie Shelmerdine, Environmental Programmes Manager for the Oxford Hub, about their new, packaging free store, OxUnboxed.