Sarah Lewis reviews student written radio play, V-Card.
The city of Oxford will move into Tier 2 coronavirus restrictions from 00:01 on Saturday 31 October, it has been announced. This puts the city under the ‘High’ COVID Alert level, having previously been listed under ‘Medium’, despite objections from local council leaders. Under the new Tier 2 restrictions, people in Oxford will not be Read More…
Over the course of the week we get to know the pubs of Jericho pretty well- our favourite, The Old Bookbinder, boasts bijou outdoor seating and a fit bartender- and just about everyone gets college engaged. “Better get a move on”, is the resounding sentiment, “or all the good ones will have gone”. I propose to a lovely householder, close friends with my college mum, and we exchange cheap ring substitutes. Ah, domestic bliss.
St Catherine’s College is providing porters and junior deans with body cameras to enable them to “identify individuals in breach of regulations”, according to an email seen by The Oxford Blue.
The social enterprise project Uncomfortable Oxford gives us a sneak preview to their four tours of Oxford’s history.
Michelle Mendieta Mean travels with us through her experiences of nature and the world in a standstill period of anxiety through a polaroid photo essay.
In order to remain at university, we’re required to pass: nothing more, nothing less. With this most basic incentive, why would anyone sacrifice social or extra-curricular activities in order to come out with anything better than the lowest pass mark possible?
Oliver White explores some effects of Michaelmas Covid-19 restrictions on university and college life.
Anonymous writes about suspension and living with mental illness at Oxford.
Oliver Shaw investigates how local businesses in Oxford are adapting to the lockdown and disruption caused by the coronavirus.