The case for relationship anarchy

Following last week’s article discussing polyamory as a sexuality, one anonymous writer describes their own experience of practicing ‘relationship anarchy’, and argues for open communication to write the scripts of our own relationships. When I broke up with my third boyfriend and long-time best friend, it was the smoothest and most amicable split I had […]

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Perspectives: Isabella

The Oxstu investigates the lives of LGBT people in Oxford, one story at a time.   Isabella is a second year at St Peter’s College. She first realised she was bisexual when she was young, and started coming out around two years ago. Being at Catholic school was probably one of the reasons I didn’t […]

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Petty In Pink: Stuart Semple on Anish Kapoor, Vantablack, and ownership in the Art Industry

Stuart Semple is an artist whose work is known for his bold, eclectic pieces that examine aspects of contemporary society. He also creates many large scale public projects, such as Something Good, which saw him come here, to Oxford, to give away 1000 limited edition printed balloons which raised awareness for egg donation. Despite currently travelling around […]

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Quadraphany comes to Oxford

In May 1972, Pink Floyd began recording at Abbey Road Studios. They were assigned a sound engineer who’s task it would be to record this project using techniques at the forefront of modern recording: quadraphonic sound. The technique involved recording the sound and splitting the playback into four individual speakers, creating a surround-sound effect. However, […]

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