Authors Posts by Harriet Smith Hughes

Harriet Smith Hughes


CNB Comment: Page 3 – Voice on the Street

Harriet Smith Hughes asks locals, students and visitors on Cornmarket what they think of the Sun's Page 3.

‘Suspended coffee’ arrives in Oxford

A coffee shop in Oxford has introduced a scheme inspired by 'suspended coffee'. Cherwell dropped in for a taster

CNB Comment: Margaret Thatcher

In a week of mourning and reflection in the wake of Margaret Thatcher's death, Harriet Smith Hughes meets Oxford students to discuss the life of the ex-Prime Minister


Harriet Smith Hughes chats with Police Dog Hogan about juggling professional careers and urban bluegrass

The Feminist Question

Julie Burchill’s transphobic rant highlights deeper problems with populist feminist debate

The feminist question

Harriet Smith Hughes argues that Julie Burchill's transphobic rant highlights some of the broader problems facing modern feminism

Why we love to bash the Tabs

What is it that fuels such irrational animosity between Oxford and Cambridge?


True West Review – ‘this is truly sweet suburban silence’

Sam Shepard's play explores the tensions behind the American Dream.
Cartoon sketch of Karl Lagerfeld in the style of a barbie doll

Chanel Métiers d’Art: the star-spangled update Lagerfeld needed

Chanel's latest show sees Karl break out of the comfort zone in unapologetic extravagance.

Oxford’s pledge to support estranged students receives mixed response

Only students registered as estranged are eligible for the full bursary

From Deontay to Divock: a ‘Super Sunday’ done right

'Why can't all 'Super Sundays' start on a Saturday night?'

Airbrushing is a practice that reinforces unattainable societal norms

Jameela Jamil is right: airbrushing does nothing but make us miserable, it should be banned