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Sunny Side Up!

This week saw me, along with all the other hordes of students in second year, cross the halfway mark of my degree. Maybe it’s the fifth-week blues talking, but...

The Patience of Ordinary Things: in defence of doing nothing

It has been a week. Read that last word in italics, if you will...

Dating Apps: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly

They say you leave Oxford with one of three things: a first, a Blue,...

Beating the Blues – is it possible to overcome the 5th week blues?

The 5th week blues are an infamous and universal part of the Oxford experience....

The Rooms Before Me

"How can we make a space our own, for the brief interim where it is indeed our own, when we know that it carries so much history of so many people before us, within it?"

Sunny Side Up!

This week saw me, along with all the other hordes of students in second year, cross the halfway mark of my degree. Maybe it’s...

The Patience of Ordinary Things: in defence of doing nothing

It has been a week. Read that last word in italics, if you will - I am unsure if the Cherwell’s print formatting will...

Dating Apps: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly

They say you leave Oxford with one of three things: a first, a Blue, or a spouse. I can’t do sports, and I’m more...

Beating the Blues – is it possible to overcome the 5th week blues?

The 5th week blues are an infamous and universal part of the Oxford experience. They are as renowned as crewdates, formals, and bops -...

The Rooms Before Me

"How can we make a space our own, for the brief interim where it is indeed our own, when we know that it carries so much history of so many people before us, within it?"

Theo’s Café

The Cafés warm space differs greatly from the takeaway-focused cafés and food trucks of Broad Street, though I’m sure Theo’s will make itself at home soon enough.

Halfway Hall, *sighs with relief*

I didn’t always dream of studying at Oxford. My decision to apply was made in a split second, panicked, mere days before the Oxbridge...

How to make rizz-otto

If like me, patience when cooking is not your forte, find a friend to cook it for you

Dry January

Dry January is the national month of ‘New Year, New Me!’-ing yourself out of alcoholism. My guess is that a combination of excessive drinking...

The Patience of Ordinary Things

Recently, I have invested in Good Bread. This is most likely not something that I truly need to share via article, as a large...

Rocky (Road) Comms?

I like to consider myself a rocky road aficionado. There is a beautiful alchemy in mixing the various standard ingredients with a few wild...

Gendering Oxford: Through the female gaze

A couple of years before I arrived at Oxford, I came across a French film on Netflix: Je suis pas un homme facile (I...

The diary of a LinkdIn-er

Charlotte Renahan discusses the pitfalls of the popular networking social media: LinkedIn.

Five reasons to eat the whole apple

I’ll admit that there’s nothing quite like that first bite into a crisp apple. Crunching off the overhang you’ve made as you’ve gone around...

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