The Naked Truth

Jessica Brown explores the taboo surrounding nudity in the modern age of technology and social media

Shaving – removing hair or removing choice

Kate Asquith explores the complex issues surrounding body hair removal and feminism by speaking to a diverse range of people across Oxford

Fashion-able

Charlotte Jackson questions whether the fashion industry is succeeding in eradicating stigma surrounding the disabled body

X-Rated?

Eleanor Birdsall-Smith and Megan Husain explore how clubbing attire for women is increasingly becoming sexier and more revealing

Making the shift from ‘model’ to ‘role model’

Francesca Salisbury looks at the rising trend of models who are breaking the narrow model mould

Feminism and fashion with Leomie Anderson

Nicole Rayment gets an insight into the life of a truly atypical Victoria’s Secret Angel, discussing the world of fashion and her new brand LAPP

Debunking the myth behind organic beauty

Beth Brand investigates the rising trend of ‘organic’ beauty and asks if we should be more sceptical

Analysing men, makeup, and masculinity

Beauty correspondent Beth Brand investigates the outdated stigma surrounding the male beauty industry

The art of sex in fashion at the Met

Eleanor Birdsall-Smith reviews the diverse turn out at this year’s Met gala

Culture is a prop used to please the privileged

Kir West-Hunter gives a personal insight into the effects of cultural appropriation within white-washed fashion and beauty industries

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White British applicants twice as likely to gain admission as their black British peers

Keble and Pembroke win Summer VIIIs headships

Both crews rowed over on Saturday afternoon to seal their respective headships

Jacques-Louis David’s artistic revolution

David reinvents old stories in ways we don't expect

Café circuit: The Society Cafe

The Society Cafe is a haven in busy Oxford

Mental health support is a question of priorities

The press may scrutinise college endowments, but all of them have the resources to improve their provisions, says Fin Kavanagh