Euston, we have a problem – protesters are tunnelling through HS2 plans

Tree Protection campaigners have faced forceful evictions from Euston Square Gardens camp and extensive underground tunnels – but remain steadfast. It has been a tumultuous and challenging past few weeks for campaigners, self-titled ‘Tree Protectors’, who are camped at Euston Square Gardens to protest against the construction of the HS2 rail network. The rapidly-evolving situation […]

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Rubyfruit Jungle: A Review

Image Description: (Left) Rita Mae Brown, (Right) Cover of Rubyfruit Jungle There are always lots of recommendations floating around of what to read, watch, and listen to in LGBT history month. However, finding older books and films that clearly foreground queer characters can prove difficult: the lengthy backlog of historical classics that emphasise heterosexual relationships […]

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Agony Aunt: Married at First Sight (or to my phone?)

Image description: newspaper clippings with the words ‘agony aunt’ written in block letters. That’s right, this week we’re tackling the weighty issues head on: sex, alcohol and Married at First Sight Australia? To all those who claimed that this column wasn’t ‘hard-hitting’ or ‘proper journalism’, we hope you take a long hard look at yourselves […]

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Student Spotlight: Jacari

Image description: A blue background with a yellow logo: Jacari. Time to teach The Oxford Student spoke to both Freya Turner, Lead Coordinator for Jacari in Oxford, and Nailah Ranjan, student co-President, about the charity, and their upcoming 65th Anniversary. Even before the COVID-19 pandemic, the effects of educational inequality had already been strongly felt […]

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Cooking Sustainably: Interview with Sean Ducie, Head Chef at Queen’s College

Since Sean Ducie took up the position of Head Chef at Queen’s College in the summer, his cooking style has made itself felt through gradual changes towards sustainability. I sat down with Sean to discuss his approach to plant-based cooking and his plans for taking environmentally-friendly practices in the kitchen further at Queen’s. When did […]

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