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“Why am I the one on trial?” – Review: Prima Facie

"The woman who once vociferously defended the judicial system comes to the realisation that the concept of justice is merely an ideal, which in reality is often unattainable, especially for women."

The Death of Jesus

The world of J. M. Coetzee’s Jesus novels – a trilogy which has accounted for most of the author’s output in the last decade – is not easy...

Learning To Live – Educated by Tara Westover

‘Emancipate yourselves from mental slavery/ None but ourselves can free our mind’. These lyrics from Bob Marley’s ‘Redemption Song’ course through Tara Westover’s 2018...

Everyone’s a Critic

Readers don’t want to read an essay. If they did, they would be scouring SOLO instead of flicking through a newspaper. The majority simply want to know if buying a ticket translates into a fun evening out.

Bubble Tea: The Definitive Review

In Oxford alone, there are 5 bubble tea shops, so we (two Asians from Hong Kong) decided to compare and contrast them to give a definitive review of which bubble tea is the most value for your money.

Best Muffin In Town?

"This muffin is the muffin. The muffin to end all muffins. The holy grail of muffins - if you will."

OxFolk Reviews: ‘Vortex’

Ben Ray reviews Methera's new album 'Vortex', and is swept away by their live Corpus performance

OxFolk Reviews: Faustus – Death and other Animals

Ben Ray looks at the UK folk three-piece's latest release

OxFolk Reviews: ‘Old Adam’

“How do stories make us who we are?” This is the surprisingly philosophical question posed to us by Fa Hield in the introduction to...

OxFolk Reviews: ‘The Escape’

Ben Ray is captivated by UFQ's latest album 'The Escape'

OxFolk Reviews: ‘This Is How We Fly’

Ben Ray reviews the latest album from Irish group 'This Is How We Fly'

OxFolk Reviews: ‘When The Good Times Come Again’

Ben Ray listens to 'When The Good Times Come Again', the new album from Megson

OxFolk Reviews: ‘Ignite’

Ben Ray looks at 'Ignite', the debut album of duo Will Pound & Eddy Jay

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