Saturday, September 18, 2021
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    What the pandemic has taught me: Nursing during Covid-19

    "If the pandemic has taught us anything, it’s demonstrated who we instinctively turn to for support through our darkest moments. Across this hugely challenging and sad time, we’ve relied on nurses to keep us, and our loved ones, safe."

    Like A Record Baby: Vinyl in the Pandemic

    "The sanitiser that coated my hands before entering Vintage and Vinyl was sticky. I was conscious of every fingerprint I might leave– a world away from thumbing through endless stacks of records in a pre-COVID world." Shreya Banerjee discusses her lockdown love affair with the LP.

    “There Is No Pandemic”: A First-Hand Insight into Oxford’s Anti-Lockdown Protest

    "He agreed to talk to us, but only after insisting that we remove our face masks (“unless you’re undercover police”)."

    You’re Breaking Up!

    my experience of dating during ‘Doomsday’ has been pretty much just as embarrassing, agonising, uncomfortable and fun as it was before the pandemic.

    Valuing the Future-Present: How to be Taiwan

    "By acknowledging that the future will eventually be the day we wake up to and the problems we encounter, we can make a greater conscious effort to make that future-present a better one."

    Oxford vaccine offers “minimal protection” against South African variant but prevents...

    In a study led by researchers from the South African University of Witwatersrand and the University of Oxford, the Oxford AstraZeneca vaccine has been found to have “minimal protection” against mild to moderate cases of the South African Covid-19 variant.

    ‘Something Wicked’: The Rise of Modern Witchcraft

    "At a time when the world seems more uncertain than ever, young people in particular are turning to witchcraft in order to find a sense of stability."

    ONS survey finds students’ mental health has worsened since autumn 2020

    Average life satisfaction, measured out of 10, has fallen by 9% to 4.8 compared to 5.3 in November. Self-reported anxiety levels remained unchanged for students, but at 5.2 out of 10 students report a statistically significantly higher level of anxiety than the general population

    Safety nets deemed not “necessary or appropriate” in Russell Group statement

    ""Our universities will continue to work in partnership with our students to review our approach to mitigation measures and make any necessary changes to ensure these are as effective, compassionate and empathetic as they can be."

    The Show Must Go On…but not in every region of the...

    Several regional theatres have struggled to cope in the pandemic, due to persistent negligence and underfunding for decades, both by regional funding bodies and the government themselves.