In defence of stash

As a wearer and lover of stash, I thought I would respond to an article, published by the OxStu, in which my beloved stash faced the opprobrium of a fellow student who sadly misses the point of stash altogether. I proudly admit to owning a plethora of different articles of stash, which includes a puffer jacket, […]

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Ritual, Identity, and Cos: Discussing Clothes with Rev. Dr Melanie Marshall

The Lincoln College Chaplain, Rev. Dr Melanie Marshall, is—in a word—effulgent. When I curl up to her rooms on a chilly Sunday afternoon, I unhesitatingly self-congratulate that this interview is the “best idea I’ve ever had.” And as Mel appears, my previously sceptical photographer immediately understands. Effulgent, remember? Mel grew up on the north coast […]

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On the fashion of rowing

Every weekend it’s the same story. I have to run back home at noon to change into weird clothes that I wouldn’t wear in the city. If you walk by Isis, you would notice jackets of some boat clubs of the colleges.  Leggings become clothes that both genders can wear. Long socks are no more […]

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Victoria’s Secret to release Oxford University inspired range

Lingerie company Victoria’s Secret is launching a new product line in partnership with the University of Oxford. The Oxford University line, which is being launched this week, includes pyjamas, t-shirts, short shorts, hoodies and jumpers for women. Amelia Tudor Beamish, JCR Equalities Representative at Queen’s, commented “Victoria’s Secret may be known for their less-than-progressive portrayal […]

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