Anvee Bhutani interviews recent fine art graduate Helena Greening on her experiences of working in lockdown. This is the first of the culture team’s new interview series ‘Meet the Creatives’.
In this first instalment of Sundry Style, interiews with prominent stylish folk, Osian chats with Mordechai Rubinstein. Mordechai is a fashion documentarian whose work has been featured in magazines such as GQ and Esquire.
With the cancellation of A-level exams and the ongoing lockdown that continues to mandate social distancing rules, the coronavirus pandemic has made this one of the strangest periods in history to have an offer from Oxford. With all the nervousness, excitement, and chaos that is ensuing, we asked 18 University of Oxford offer-holders to share Read More…
“Do all of our passions and causes that we care about even matter during a pandemic? Should I even be talking about them right now? I do think it’s important to be hammering on about the causes you care about in an appropriate way.”
“It’s genuinely the mission to come to Oxford, make this big difference, especially on the environment with a long tradition that’s never changed.”
“Can I tell you a little story?”- What Martin Barber’s career in humanitarian work has to teach us about a global response to Coronavirus
Maeve Flaherty relays her experiences returning home from a locked down Peru—another view of the lives disrupted by the COVID-19 crisis
Mustafaen Kamal has been rather busy, even by the standards of the average Oxford student. During his second undergraduate degree, he founded the Dil Internship Project, aimed at changing perspectives of Pakistan, and reversing the ongoing ‘brain drain’ of young Pakistanis and members of the diaspora. Kamal and the Project work to extend narratives beyond Read More…
Nevis Ensemble was founded in 2018 on the premise of bringing music to everyone, everywhere. In less than two years, the award-winning, headline-hitting Scottish orchestra has brought music to care homes and community centres, to prisons and beaches, to the outer reaches of the highlands and even to the summit of Ben Nevis itself. My Read More…
Isobel and Steve discuss the ‘Oxbridge experience’, political correctness in comedy and the virtues of sniffing milk.