Marietta Kosma tells us how she likes to prioritise her wellbeing during the vacation.
Some days the only time we leave college – or even our rooms – is to go on our daily trip for coffee. We’re often faced with a few dilemmas, perhaps including which coffee shop to go to, or which drink to order. But a recurring dilemma for many is: “What should I wear?” Or Read More…
Sophie Benbelaid whisks us away to western Slovakia, to the small village where her grandma lives, to give us a nostalgic look into what summer there is like.
Images: Riana Modi, Fariha Uddin, Gloria Morey, Amelie Bhaluani In which the other half of the Lifestyle Team reveal Six Things They Can’t Live Without. As before, we’ve limited ourselves to the six items which are essential to helping us get through our day. Riana – Travel Editor Glasses Sad but true! I am really Read More…
‘I could not imagine my life without Pembs and I am glad that COVID halted my other summer plans because it means I get to go back again this year.’
Images: Joseph Geldman, Zahra Grieve, Ellee Su A big hello from the new Lifestyle Team at The Oxford Blue! We’re working on some really exciting things to keep you interested throughout the Long Vacation and Michaelmas! Before any of that, though, allow us to introduce ourselves with our take on GQ‘s Things We Can’t Live Read More…
In this week’s agony aunt column, Aunty Annabel (Bella Stock) advises a student on whether to pursue a long-distance relationship while at university. Illustration by Iris Bowdler.
‘If you would like to read Rebecca, the perfect place for it is in Cornwall.’ In this article, Freddie Hull looks at the novel Rebecca and explores how a place can affect how you read literature.
Aunty Annabel (Bella Stock) responds to a reader on how to prevent burnout.
Artwork by Iris Bowdler
“I’m a connoisseur of spending the entire week procrastinating, beginning an essay at midnight and finishing bang on the deadline at 8am before hitting the hay. It’s a technique which has served me reasonably well, though it has probably taken its toll on my sleep and the life expectancy of my long-suffering mother, who is forever fretting about my notorious all-nighters. So when I say, ‘do as I say and not as I do’, I really mean it.”
In this short piece, Gloria Morey gives you her recommendations for music to help you relax in this high pressure world (and incredibly high pressure university).