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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.
You were never a runner before. In fact, you laughed at friends who got out of bed more than 15 minutes before a morning tutorial to fit in a quick run, and even more shockingly,…
Ellie Thompson chats with Lewis Campbell-Smith about his new creative and collaborative project, the zine Prism.
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.
Kiki Francis shares a way to travel from home through an exploration of her top international tunes. From Indian Disco to French synth-pop, her playlist is a great jumping off point.
If the weather allows us, I intend to get (socially distanced) drunk once again with my home friends in a field. I am lucky to live in a place with an abundance of open spaces, even if it means struggling up a 100m incline to get there, and a pretty clumsy pitch-black descent once we’re done for the night.
The effects of the pandemic almost seem somewhat amplified in this environment. The streets in Oxford are now deserted. Social distancing has made people more distant, and not just physically.