i’m a guilty vegetarian – but that’s okay

We are well into the new year, and with that has come an influx of cries of “new year, new me!”. The trends that people attempt are generally things they know deep down that they should be doing year round, but generally only manage for 24 of the 30 days of the first month. This year, Veganuary is the big thing that people are giving … Continue reading i’m a guilty vegetarian – but that’s okay

nine countries and a car named Claude

This summer, me and 5 of my friends went on the most stereotypically coming-of-age holiday possible. Comprised of 3 film students, a ballet dancer and two biologists, we had the makings of a semi-functional group of 3 couples that could just about bear to live in each other’s pockets for two weeks straight. Our greatest blessing along the long and winding road to getting this … Continue reading nine countries and a car named Claude

advice for Oxford students – from a sad grad

The second term of university is undoubtedly the worst term of the year. The excitement of Halloween and Christmas in first term has gone, and there’s still five months to go until the sun will finally rise once again for the summer. For many, this term can be a period where it’s easy to feel quite lost. I, as a third year, want to offer … Continue reading advice for Oxford students – from a sad grad