CAKE Night at The North Wall Arts Centre: unsettling and entertaining

CAKE Night, a brand new scratch night organised by Oxford students Anushka Chakravarti and Bea Udale-Smith, was an event that exuded cheerfulness and energy. Cocooned in Summertown’s North Wall Arts Centre, a rather miserable walk in the rain was well worth the intimate, relaxed geniality and entertainment. The sketch-show setup made for delightfully easy viewing […]

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Tales from the Bakery: Flying Shamelessly Solo

Things were not looking good for BakeSoc this week. With just one remaining, quite frankly disorganised, president and multiple essay crises simultaneously occurring all over college, a BakeSoc disaster was looming, with low turnout and chaos predicted. However a single temptation remained: Slutty Brownie. Now before I get accused of confectionary-based shaming there are a […]

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The Rocky Road to Success

The end of another term is, somehow, drawing near and the minds of many are turning to how the Easter vac will be spent. For some it will mean returning home to eat inordinate amounts of chocolate with friends and family; for others it will mean jetting off to some exciting location; but for those […]

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Dinner in a dash

I’m not one for New Year’s resolutions, especially where food is concerned. In spite of this I’ve realised that I desperately need to cook for myself more after Michaelmas saw me spend a terrifying amount on college food and takeaways. Cooking in a crowded and ill-equipped communal kitchen can be challenging but it becomes bearable […]

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