Oxford Blue Film and TV columnist Jiaqi Kang in discussion this week on Pawel Pawlikowski’s Cold War and how love stories are often about far more than just love.
You’ve officially made it halfway through the term whilst braving the dreary Hilary weather and slogging through essay after essay or problem sheet after problem sheet. It’s time to treat yourself to an interesting lecture, chill event, or a night out. Find events this week and tackle those fifth week blues. Monday, 17 February Informative: Read More…
If you’re looking for “alternatives to activating *beast mode* in PureGym.”, Hannah Ashford’s got you covered with her guide to fitness options in Oxford.
“I sip again, after all, its Valentine’s Day, and I can hardly while it away without something to swallow… so I swallow my pride and choke back the prosecco.”
Oxford Blue Film and TV columnist Jiaqi Kang is in discussion this week on where conversations about representation on camera and behind it can really lead us.
Sarina Chandaria chats to Lizzie Shelmerdine, Environmental Programmes Manager for the Oxford Hub, about their new, packaging free store, OxUnboxed.
If you weren’t already blown away by the Storm Ciara, you will be by the exciting events featured this fine fourth week. Monday, 10 February Informative: Book Launch: The Political Life of an Epidemic by Simukai Chigudu, 5:00 pm, Oxford Department of International Development Simukai Chigudu, Associate Professor of African Politics at the University of Read More…
Rowan Ireland on a bottle of Tesco Côtes du Rhône villages: “Complex and sociopathic, like a Noël Coward character”
Ios is beautiful, they are beautiful, the summer was beautiful
Liv Fugger breaks down the best cafés in Oxford to beat those post-bridge blues.