Golden Globe: awarding or restraining art?

With the announcement of the Golden Globe winners this year, the media inevitably splashes out in stories from the most mundane repetition of the winners, to the painfully more mundane Daily Mail ‘scoop’ that ‘Jennifer Lawrence was thrashed the night before the Golden Globes’. As the awards are shared and spread, actors, producers, and those […]

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Graduating straight into a glass ceiling

Gender Equality. These are the words playing on the lips of an ever-increasing amount of Oxford students. Indeed, as a former committee chair of OUSU’s Women’s Campaign and now newly-elected Women’s Campaign Officer, I have had the pleasure of watching and participating in this fourth wave feminist movement, which, thanks to social media, among other […]

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We’re not all working yet, but that doesn’t mean it’s all bad…

As you can probably already tell, I’m more supportive of this government’s policies than perhaps the previous author was. I’ll assume you’ve seen the figures, saying that we currently have the lowest unemployment since 2009, and depending on your political allegiance, you’ll either think that’s a good thing, or evidence of systematic number-fudging by the […]

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