The perpetually single typically despise Valentine’s Day as a brutal reminder that they are alone in this world – without a person to buy stuffed animals and boxes of chocolates for. However, as someone who heavily romanticises singledom, I reject this embittered view of a holiday which – essentially – is simply one about love.
PPE student Nélson Fernandes Serrão takes us through the dos and don’ts of booking your summer holiday in advance this year.
In the fourth instalment of his series, Ben Owen offers a refreshing red investment; a worthy choice for reaching the halfway point of term.
In her weekly column, Martha Wilson examines the heartwarming display of boyhood friendshhip in Rob Reiner’s classic film Stand By Me.
“There is still an enormous amount of work to do before we can even start to comprehend this widespread and damaging disorder, and such a task does not just fall to the scientists – we all have a part to play in educating ourselves and others about endometriosis, by raising awareness and encouraging people who menstruate to seek help and push for diagnoses.”
Rebecca Hopper examines the societal taboos surrounding endometriosis.
Jane Bentham discusses the pros and cons of the latest travel trend, mystery holidays.
In her weekly column, Alice Garnett opens up regarding the internalised biphobia that she and other bi-women have struggled with.
Amrita Shenoy discusses gratitude, and the importance of including it in your routines.
Charlie and Riana once again test out an Oxford Indian takeaway – this time reviewing the Standard in Jericho.
Ben Owen is back in week 3 with the third instalment of the Weekend Wine List, giving us some extra tips about how to choose French wine.