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“Staying in the trouble” at Oxford

“Staying with the trouble”. This was a quote from feminist geographer and all-round academic queen Donna Haraway (2016), cited in Elwood and Leszczynski’s (2018) paper about feminist digital geographies....

What is Human Sciences?

As the degree celebrates its 50th year, Freya Jones asks current students what it’s actually about.

I chose Oxford over free education in Germany. Here’s why.

If you asked my parents why I applied to Oxford, they would tell you...

The 2024 Conundrum: Should Biden Run?

The presidency is the ultimate job. Theoretically available to any American, it shimmers mirage-like...

Turning ladies’ Figure Skating into another sport: Eteri Tutberidze and the future of Figure Skating

CW: Eating Disorders “It’s amazing what they’re doing there!” declared commentator Chris Howarth during the...

“Staying in the trouble” at Oxford

“Staying with the trouble”. This was a quote from feminist geographer and all-round academic queen Donna Haraway (2016), cited in Elwood and Leszczynski’s (2018)...

What is Human Sciences?

As the degree celebrates its 50th year, Freya Jones asks current students what it’s actually about.

I chose Oxford over free education in Germany. Here’s why.

If you asked my parents why I applied to Oxford, they would tell you that I was a little too obsessed with Harry Potter...

The 2024 Conundrum: Should Biden Run?

The presidency is the ultimate job. Theoretically available to any American, it shimmers mirage-like on millions of intimate and individual horizons. In What It...

Turning ladies’ Figure Skating into another sport: Eteri Tutberidze and the future of Figure Skating

CW: Eating Disorders “It’s amazing what they’re doing there!” declared commentator Chris Howarth during the 2019 Grand Prix Final. “Turning ladies’ figure skating into another...

The iron fist of a former Prosecutor General: The future of Korean politics

It has been more than half a year since the 2022 South Korean presidential elections were held. COVID-19, growing economic inequality, an unfair housing...

Everything I know about (uni) love

During summer vacation, as part of my mission to read as little of my reading list as possible, I picked up Dolly Alderton’s first...

The secret life of a Frat Bro: Debauchery, hedony, and misogyny

The promise of huge parties, limitless booze, and a social scene that feels like it should last forever. The opportunity to join a band...

A Londoner’s Take on the Highlands of Scotland

Scotland is an unknown for most of the English population. Yes, the population is very aware of the dominance of the SNP in its...

How did Truss’ Cabinet become so anti-LGBTQ?

The role of the LGBTQ+ community in politics is a complex one. UK gay rights have advanced rapidly in the space of thirty years...

Why multinational corporations need to invest in African economies

Ghana, known as one of the largest and most stable economies in Africa, is currently in the midst of an economic crisis; its population...

£3.50 meal deals, a cost-of-living crisis, and the same old story.

£3. The sacred Tesco meal deal. The bargain every Oxford student knows about. The day I walked into Tesco to see £3.50 plastered on...

UK Democracy is broken. Here’s how we can fix it.

As a new prime minister enters office after only earning 57% of the Conservative member vote and receiving the lowest vote share of any...

What’s the real deal with Oxford PPE?

Freya Jones interviews three PPE students to find out what the degree is really about.

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