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).
Rebecca Smithson talks about her experience with Acne – The Unwelcome Resident on Her Face, and how her outlook towards it has changed with time.
Niamh Langton explores the unhealthy impact of diet shows on our mental and physical wellbeing. TW: Eating disorders
Ellie Redpath writes about how this Christmas presents an opportunity to change how we think about food and exercise.
Jessica Searle shares her favourite running routes in Oxford, organised by running ability.
Oxford is synonymous with bikes almost as much as books. In fact, you’re probably more likely to get hit by a bike than a car while trying to cross the road. But cycling in Oxford, while it might take a while, really does make your life a whole lot easier.
I don’t know what ‘toner’ is or what it does, I don’t understand the significance of ‘exfoliation’, and I really don’t get what the deal is with those face-roller things made out of semi-precious stones.
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.
Four cities across China face severe travel restrictions as a new strain of the deadly coronavirus spreads from Wuhan across China and to several other countries including the US.