The social enterprise project Uncomfortable Oxford gives us a sneak preview to their four tours of Oxford’s history.
Over a pint of Guinness and a cup of tea, I asked Sam about his new collection, the importance of identity, and why you shouldn’t sum people up.
Nailah Ranjan, a representative of the Diversify Politics at Oxford campaign, discusses the opportunities and challenges to, and prospects of, decolonising Oxford’s curriculum.
Interview with LDG founder Luisa-Maria MacCormack about art and gender violence.
Oxford’s theatre community proves perpetually innovative in the face of current restrictions. 00 Productions are back with another virtual show, “Songs of the old world: shows we wish we’d done”, a cabaret comprised of songs from shows which have been affected by COVID-19 in some way. The event is in aid of three charities: Artists Read More…
A Pakistani-American teen is using her Instagram account @desigirlaesthetic with over 60k followers to showcase and preserve South Asian culture.
Osian enjoys an interview with menswear photographer Jamie, a mustachioed man who talks to him like he’s an old mate.
My interview style seems, in hindsight, to be somewhere between babbling and obsequious. I was anxious to meet Alexandra, she is a celebrity on legal Twitter alongside the likes of the Secret Barrister and Joanna Hardy. I flicked through my notebook which had long winding questions about her time at Oxford, her journey to the Read More…
James Carville, the Democratic Party’s most outspoken political strategist, provides his take on the party’s prospects in November’s presidential election: an upbeat outlook supported by the polling data.
In this installment of Sundry Style, Osian chats with Simon Crompton; the author of several books on men’s style as well as the founder of the online magazine Permanent Style.