The wonderful everyday: the creative potential of day-to-day fashion

Image Credit: khfalk-Description-Fashion Magazines In Oxford, aside from academic necessity, I love going to lectures just to see what people are wearing; to take part in the silent communication that takes place through the language of clothes. That is how I see fashion – as being fundamentally about communication and connection between human beings. I […]

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“No Platform”? Don’t demean us.

Of all the trends that have swept student unions across the nation recently – the boycott of The Sun, the banning of Blurred Lines – one trend has stood out above all others as the worst: adopting a policy of “No Platform”, banning speakers with extremist or undesirable (decided by the SU in question) views […]

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Press Regulation

The deal agreed by the three main parties undoubtedly heralds a new age for the British media. Some newspaper editors and Tory MPs have compared the new restrictions to Putin’s Russia or African dictatorships, the death of a free press independent of government interference. Yet all the deal includes is a plan to commission a […]

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