Kellogg Formal: Review from a cereal diner

In a college named Kellogg, good food is expected. Rumoured to have a cereal bar stocked with cornflakes, and occasionally known as “Corpus Crispy”, this graduate college rightly has a reputation for the best food in Oxford. A cluster of Victorian houses marks out the college, which is tucked alongside Banbury Road. Kellogg functions as […]

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Looking ahead to Rio 2016

  Rio de Janeiro plays host to this year’s Summer Olympic Games, and the excitement is already building. Thousands of athletes from around the world will descend on the Brazilian city in early August, competing in events that span 28 different sports and 41 distinct disciplines across more than two weeks of non-stop athletic competition. […]

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Test Cricket faces challenges, not just England

One would be forgiven for discarding England’s Ashes triumph from recent memory, considering the tales of malaise within punditry and fan circles. Memories of Alastair Cook hoisting the urn have been banished in favour of calls for order reshuffles, coaching changes and the obligatory criticism of Ian Bell. This is reflective of a number of […]

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How to Manage Managers

The FA have taken the complete wrong lesson from the latest Mourinho debacle. The Chelsea boss has received heavy criticism, with varying regularity, for the way in which he addresses refereeing performances post-match. Whilst he is almost certainly the most vocal and explicit when talking about refereeing decisions, he is hardly alone, and perhaps we, […]

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