Authors Posts by Isabelle Gerretsen

Isabelle Gerretsen


Sale-iol of paintings earn JCR £38,000

Balliol JCR's art auction makes unexpected thousands

Anger as Oxford MP votes against gay marriage

OUSU condemns Anne's alumna's decision

Queen’s demand level playing field for women

JCR motion passes to petition Governing Body to restructure sports committee

Pembroke building bridges

HRH the Duke of Kent open's Pembroke's renovation

Union in transparency drive

The Oxford Union is reforming it balloting system in order to increase the society's transparency

LGBTQ pioneer visits Oxford University

Kenyan gay activist gives speech at Oxford

All Souls owned library in potential reprieve

Historic library in Kensal Rise recently stripped of its books, but fresh negotiations between campaigners and Brent Council may give it lifelife

Oxford donors examined

A review of recent gifts to the University and colleges reveals that Oxford still attracts multi-million pound donations

Six-foot goddess statue disappears from Hugh’s ball

A statue of Venus di Milo, standing at six feet tall, went missing from St Hugh's Odyssey ball earlier this term

Research study reveals new insight into obesity

Academic annoyed by coverage of study in national press


A black and white close-up shot of the face of a man with a woman standing up beside him.

Fast Film: In a Lonely Place unites noir tradition with painfully real romance

Humphrey Bogart is a man addled by loneliness in this cinematic masterclass of subtlety and allegory.
taylor swift sings into a microphone

“Look what you made me do”: Taylor Swift’s reinvention

The reinvention of her ‘reputation’ is not a change of character nor a sudden shift in her attitude to the spotlight. The Reputation era was simply a rebranding of sound, lyricism, production and image which worked to provoke her audience and, ironically, sustain her reputation.
The Town vs Gown promotional poster

Town vs Gown 2019: Press Release

The official press release ahead of the Town vs Gown 2019 boxing event
The 1975 play on a stage

Review: The 1975’s latest album falls short

Some robotic pretentious waffle. Some cynical love songs. Some good hooks, a few nice bridges. Rinse and repeat for an album for an identikit album, with a dozen else out there the same.

City Council Blasts Oxford Union over Le Pen Invite

Oxford City Council accused the Union of a “pattern of endangering community safety by inviting fascists into the city.