Michael Freeman explores his dissatisfaction with British music, and explains why he believes American music is better.
This week, our readers discuss the potential realities of a post-truth world.. and the importance of including marmite in must-have vegan ingredients.
I was going to impress them with my perfectly-selected, painstakingly-crafted witty phrases. They would laugh, perhaps engage in my verbal sparring. We’d do this for about five minutes or so. Then they’d look deeply into my eyes and ask me to come on tour with them.
Viewing celebrities as the sum total of the struggles they faced strips them of their nuance and their complexities. Their life becomes a tragedy in five acts, one we don’t fully engage with.
Oscar Jelley explores the cinematic portrayal of the desert as a symbol of ambivalent promise and looming desolation.
Much as England’s nobility battles for power in an ever-changing political imbroglio, Not The Way Forward Productions’ Richard II is an inconsistent, inconstant and intriguing piece of work.
The Opinion and Features Editors give their opinions on a range of topics in bitesize articles.
It’s a Friday evening, there’s nothing really happening in Oxford, apart from Friday Fever (which, let’s be honest, only masochists go to) and your next essay isn’t due until Monday. What do you do? As an over-achieving Oxford student, do you still persevere and do all of the reading on your two-page long reading list Read More…
Luke Johnston presents a selection of 2019 albums that you may have missed.
“I place not only my identity, but my emotional vulnerability on the line for my people time and time again.”
Yasaman Hakami, an undergraduate sociology major studying law & society at UC Davis, shares her experiences as a community organiser and civil rights activist.