Edmund Kelly examines the aftermath of the government’s hastily imposed travel restrictions
In an email sent to St Anne’s undergraduates yesterday, and seen by The Oxford Blue, recipients not only received the news that they might have to pay £548.10 for a two-week locked-down stay at the college, but also a chain of emails among several staff members, deliberating on how best to break the news.
The Globe’s Tempest achieves a faithful performance, drawing out both elements of the tragi-comedy genre.
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.
What’s so detrimental about being in lockdown with the love of your life, I hear you ask?
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.
“Whilst FOMO normally feels like a petty, fairly trivial anxiety – a vague sting of jealousy whenever we see other people having fun – this is a Fear Of Missing Out that goes way beyond that one party I didn’t go to.”
What makes dalgona coffee, the coffee craze sweeping TikTok, so special? Eva Ressel shares her own twist on the recipe (hint: alcohol is involved).
The Oxford Blue is launching its Star Baker series. We’re asking you to nominate your bakes in the google form below with pictures, a short description of what you’ve made, your inspiration and any baking related anecdotes to go along-side!