It can be far too easy to switch off and forget about current affairs under lockdown, especially if, like me, you live in a small town far from all the action. There is so much going on right…
‘Bad’ weeks might come around because of unexpected financial burdens or simply because I decide that I want a week of fun post- Prelims. So really, a ‘bad’ week for me, can sometimes be rather good.
With so many of these services out there, we decided to ask some questions of our own so that you can decide whether OxMatch is a match for you.
There’s something about atmospheric science that makes me want to eat melted cheese so a friend and I grab cheese and onion toasties in the JCR café
In certain corners of the Internet, the cauliflower renaissance is being celebrated. This is the result of a sustained culinary campaign waged by Yotam Ottolenghi, a part of his wider project popularising Middle Eastern food…
Alexandra Burgar shares photos of Teriberka taken on a trip to Murmansk whilst she was studying abroad in Russia.
Irene Yang reflects on her experiences travelling around Ireland through photographs from her trip.
Vicky Stone on her favourite spots in Canterbury from lush secret gardens to cafes serving Orlando Bloom approved cocktails.
I’m drawn towards the sincerity of the handwritten sentiment, be that loving or loathing, and the fragility of the material article, its capacity to be lost and found in life’s flotsam and jetsam, rather than the text which loiters in cyberspace.
Charlotte Murphy writes about a post A-levels trip to Greece filled with all the classic misadventures of a trip with friends!