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Oxford's own Bridget Jones reflects on gap yah guys

The Joys of Teaching: A Year Abroad Perspective

Gruffudd Owen on life without Oxford - and the weird and wonderful ways of her students

The nudist life laid bare

Alexia Millett ponders why nudism is still so unpopular in Britain, and whether she’ll ever be converted

Review: Byron

George Street's newest chain combines gastronomy with a uniquely authentic feel

Homage to Fromage: Fondue

Anthony Collins explores the pleasures and pitfalls of melted cheese

Is he a Saint or a Sinha?

Nastassia Dahnraj talks to Paul Sinha about quizzing, failure, and finding your voice

The Post-Christmas Blues

If you're spending the last days of your Vac procrastinating and making unachievable resolutions, you're not alone

NYE: Do’s and Do Not’s

Jess Bird gives the run-down on how to have a Really Good Time

Too old for Christmas? Grow up!

Laura French on why Christmas never loses its magic - even if that magic now revolves around food and alcohol...

Christmas dinner for under a fiver

From Tesco's Turkey Sandwich to LIDL's (luxury?) Turkey Platter, Nastassia Dhanraj raids the spectrum of supermarkets in an attempt to find the best value Christmas dinner

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