Wednesday, May 18, 2022
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The joys of online cooking

Learning how to cook has been a great source of pride for me. But becoming a chef whose lentil ragu brings tears to people’s...
A ripped red paper heart on a dark blue background with the scrabble letters 'Not yours'.

How to find the ‘good’ in ‘goodbye’: moving on and breaking...

We choose who we trust. Sometimes, we just pick wrong. We kiss the wrong people, hold the wrong hands. When you realise you aren’t...

No more “Viva la Revolution”: Has our generation become boring?

Throughout history, students have been feared as the archenemy of social and political order: from Paris to Cairo, we’ve revolutionised cultural norms, broken laws,...

‘New Year, New Diet’ – but will that fad diet do...

The infamous 'fad diet' trend has serious drawbacks

Let’s talk about chlamydia

Stigmas, STIs and sconces: an exploration of sexual morality in Oxford

Fashion and fitness: our unhealthy obsession with a healthy lifestyle

Anoushka Kavanagh looks at the implications of trendy activewear

Why I’m a … Muslim

A contributor explains what it is like to be a Muslim in Oxford.

Of Dogs, Doughnuts and Depression – 2

This week Nathan deals with dog poo and reflects on a hospital visit.