Mark Donovan took time out of his season preparations to chat to the The Oxford Blue about his experience as neo-pro riding on the World Tour last year; training and competing for Team DSM, and his aspirations for the coming session.
Ben Blackburn talks to Dr Lennard Lee, academic clinical lecturer at the University of Oxford, about coronavirus testing during the pandemic.
Gaia Clark Nevola sits down with Osian to talk critical theory, poetry diagrams and his new project ‘Rhizome Renga’.
Illustration by Dali Dunn.
It would be a stretch to call Tim Harford a household name, but for an economist, he comes close. In a long and varied career, he has presented a range of podcasts and radio shows, published several best-selling books, including The Undercover Economist and How to Make the World Add Up, and writes a regular Read More…
Oliver Bater speaks with Mustafaen Kamal, who has founded an initiative to provide free tuition to students worst affected by the latest government and is looking to Oxford Students for help.
“For a country that is at the forefront of education, with some of the world’s leading universities, to face this level of inequality is startling. The fact that an initiative like ours even exists seems to me quite a damning statement about the political situation in the UK. Our aim is to arrange 100,000 hours of tuitions for students, and we hope that the expertise of our tutors can help make up for some of the time lost in the classroom.”
In this instalment of Sundry Style we interview Nick Foulkes, a journalist who has for over 30 years written for every glossy magazine imaginable. He has also published over 20 books, ranging from 19th and 20th century social history to art, horology, and material culture.
“You come round to the Wordsworthian view of communing with nature is better than Cartier clock buying. But actually, I can see the charm in buying a Cartier clock as much as I can in rolling around in nature.”
James Hutt and Imogen Learmonth of Thred Media discuss their global plans, making a difference, and how journalists can learn from TikTok.
Hetta Johnson explores the troubling relationship between villainy and physical appearance within Disney’s new reboot of ‘The Witches’.
The biggest problem with Savile Row is that the rents are too high and not sustainable for craft businesses. The whole street needs to come together and complain, but also put forward a solution. I think they’ll pull it off; they have to.
Oxford student and co-founder of OxMatch and OxPath Chase Koch discusses his projects and being a student entrepreneur at Oxford.