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Oxford named top city for wellbeing

The Demos-PWC Good Growth forCities report was created over tenyears ago as a way to measure the success of cities beyond GDP...

Arab States of Mind

Anyone who has ever watched a mid-noughties rom-com, is familiar with the idea that you are what you wear.  We might have moved...

Shamed into silence: how our language and culture forces women into...

“We don’t want your solidarity and empty words. We want you to stand with us.”

There’s No Place Like Home

There was a time when it was essential, if you were an Oxford man, to own an oxford...

Review: The Treasures of Recycled Sculpture

At a first glance, Reinvention ‘The Treasures of Recycled Sculpture’ was a breath of fresh air from the chaos of fast-fashion, pollution and upheaval. It demonstrated the possibilities of recycling and sustainability in the production of works of art.

Debate: This House Believes Oxford is for Students, Not Tourists

Does Oxford cater more to tourists than students?

Interview: Grant Nicholas (FEEDER)

Talking to Grant Nicholas is like talking to a nice bloke you met at the pub who really likes music. With three platinum...

Review: Cuntry Living

Cuntry Living is a free termly zine which invites any gender, race, class, sexuality, or background to submit contributions which speak out against the oppression, subjugation and degradation of women

A Definitive Guide to the Falafel and Hummus wraps of Oxford,...

1. The Alternative Tuck Shop The sandwich-press finish and unrivalled chat from our much-loved staff members means ATS’s offering...

Final year blues

All work and no play make Jack a dull boy. I’m inclined to believe that Jack would have had a quarter life crisis regardless...