We consider the impact of our journey, but why not destination?

Molly Archer-Zeff questions Airbnb’s sustainability Central location, great atmosphere, bustling nightlife. These were among the attractive list of offerings an Airbnb in Athens lured me with. What the description perhaps conveniently forgot to include was the ideal location to witness the tensions that were sizzling between the citizens of Athens and Airbnb. The first thing […]

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Back from the dead: The Oxford Archaeological Society

Joshua Boddington discusses the revival of the Oxford Archaeological society. Bringing things back to life is what archaeologists do. Not in the literal sense, but we make history tangible again through talks, exhibits, fieldwork, museums etc. In 2019, the Oxford University’s Archaeological Society turned 100 years old. We make history tangible again through talks, exhibits, […]

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The Jogging Dead

Runner Five? Looks like there are some zombies after you. Run! Those are the words, along with the moans of the undead, which get me jogging in the morning. Some people might want their morning exercise to be relaxing, accompanied by music or the sounds of nature. Personally, I’m motivated by the threat of being […]

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Grief at Oxford

Image Description: Angel of Grief statue at Holy Sepulchre Cemetry, Rochester, New York With its 8-week terms, abundant workload, and ceaseless movement, Oxford isn’t exactly renowned for being forgiving – the smallest of obstacles can easily set us back, and tarnish the chances of even trying to meet our deadlines. So it’s no surprise that, […]

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