"This time of year can be difficult for some, and while this is not a new discovery, it is more important now than ever to look after yourselves and look out for your friends."
"I will likely be the best looked-after Typhus patient in history, which makes me feel perversely fortunate."
"I wish I could be in two places at once, but as fun as this term has been, I am also aware that it has been packed that little bit too full."
"I realised essays can be hard, but they can also be fun, and they can also be difficult, but then I can have a dance afterwards."
"We get paid, but don’t have to pay tax, carry out research but are not a member of staff, and sometimes even teach other year groups what we know."
"The future is always scary – I get stressed about what I am doing next week, never mind next year."
During summer vacation, as part of my mission to read as little of my reading list as possible, I picked up Dolly Alderton’s first...
"Starting university and moving to a new city can be daunting enough on its own, but when the transition from home to campus also involves changing countries, the entire process becomes all the more complicated."
"For those students looking for advice on a situation or who would like to meet students from across the university, you should look into joining DisCam."
"Are you an incoming fresher? Are you black? Do you have questions about what life at Oxford can mean for you? Where to get your hair done? Where to buy seasoned food? If so, you’ve come to the right place."
"The most important thing is that Oxford is a fantastic environment in which to express yourself, your sexuality, and your gender identity freely."
"Exercise is great for your mental health, but it's also a great distraction from the impending doom that is your essay's reading list."
"However, just like colleges, you will likely end up loving whichever club you decide to pledge allegiance to."