Woody Allen’s case, his felony, and his fidelity

“What’s your favorite Woody Allen movie?” asks Dylan Farrow in her recently published open letter. Annie Hall, Manhattan or maybe Sleeper? Instead of offering her choice or an analysis of his filmography, Woody Allen’s adopted daughter goes into the details of what is alleged to have occurred at their old family home in Connecticut. This […]

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Scrumptious scavenging on Little Clarendon

Little Clarendon Street and the adjacent Woodstock Road are on the periphery of the trendy district of Jericho. Most modern languages students and those in the nearby colleges will be familiar with some of the shops, cafes and restaurants on the two streets, but other students based further away may rarely make the trip down […]

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Wine and punishment: raiding Sainsbury’s

The Sainsbury’s Basics range is a marvellous thing. It provides an unmatched selection of bargains, ideal for the impoverished but morally enlightened Oxford student; ten fish fingers for 60p, eighty teabags for 27p, nine kilograms of cheese for £1, and—of course—a large bottle of vodka for only £10. The latter is proudly branded “no fancy […]

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