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An Age of Archives: What Rookie can teach us about the internet

You may have heard the name Tavi Gevinson last autumn when her article for New York Magazine ‘Who Would I Be Without Instagram?’ went viral. In an overdue call to end the assumption that social media dictates ‘realness’, the 23-year old writer-turned-actress-turned-internet presence aired her dirty laundry about the way Instagram fuels a facade, then revealing how Read More…

Music Opinion

Rooms of their own: Boiler Room takes things House to House

Life seems to go on without effort, when I am filled with music. – George Eliot, ‘The Mill on the Floss’ The stationary nature of our present circumstances has made most of us question what really matters to us, what we miss the most. Denied the opportunity to go out and experience the world, it Read More…


Striking the Balance: How to Maintain Your Work-Life Ratio During Lockdown

When Oxford announced its plans for Trinity term to take place remotely in support of UK government guidelines of social distancing and national lockdown, hearts broke up and down the country. No trashing? No garden parties? Coexisting with parents and siblings? Sounds like hell. But since we’re all back home, trying to support each other from afar, how can we make the best of this situation?