A coffee break at Common Ground Workspace

A taste of the new pop-up on Little Clarendon — a shared workspace that offers conversation as well as a caffeine kick

Let’s Talk About: Everyday Sexism

Eleanor Harris argues that while everyday sexism is very real, the term itself detracts from the feminist movement as a whole

Trying to ‘Feaster’ ethically

The Easter Weekend is now focused on the wrong things

Ask Uncle Sam: How To Get A Summer Bod

Uncle Sam says piety will help you shed those pounds.

Managing an eating disorder shouldn’t entail putting my education on hold

NHS failings mean sufferers are feeling obliged to suspend their studies

Eat Sleep Rep Repeat

At a university where students can't work, club repping is not worth the "easy" money.

Let’s Talk About: Drunk Texts

Despite the vomiting, our drunk selves, and the embarrassing texts we send might just be worth listening too.

Life Divided: Bridge or Park End?

Hack turned club connoisseur, Maxim Parr-Reid and club connoisseur turned hack, Mo Iman, battle it out to determine which is better – Park End or Bridge?

Letter to: My Ex

"Why would I want to forget?" You'll be in my memories forever.

What’s cooler than Huel?

It seems man can indeed live on Huel alone. The question is, why would he ever want to?

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Wes Anderson’s films are nostalgic for the present

For Daniel Gonsales, Anderson’s playful films pair loneliness with joy.

Childhood’s Clarity in ‘The Ocean at the End of the Lane’

The Ocean at the End of the Lane opens with an epigraph from Maurice Sendak, “I remember my own childhood vividly… I knew terrible things. But I knew I mustn’t let adults know I knew. It would scare them.”

Oxford should not accept billionaires’ vanity projects

Oxford’s continued acceptance of donations by the super rich like Blavatnik is rotten to the core.

Top Five Must-See ‘Coming of Age’ Films

"‘Coming of age’ isn’t just an umbrella term for drippy films caught up in teenage drama"

The Taste of Success

Julia Alsop speaks to MasterChef finalist and Oxford PhD student, Nawamin Pinpathomrat