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Tue 7 May 2024

By the time this edition of OX Magazine is out, I’ll be on the other side of the world, most likely a little sunburnt and full of a lot of ramen. I’m leaving my very jammy role as Entertainments Editor to go travelling. It recently dawned on me though, that for the first time in my life I have no idea what’s next for me, and I don’t think I mind.

Tue 2 Apr 2024

I still love all things needing petrol to make them work; especially cars and bikes, so I’m a pariah in the eyes of many, which is ironic as the word ‘pariah’ originated from India which is where much of our motoring manufacturing has gone.

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Thu 2 Nov 2023

Monday 13 November marks World Kindness Day, but at the time of writing I’m on my period and everyone is pissing me off, so I’m preaching about self-kindness again instead.

Fri 29 Sep 2023

Language has seen a surge of importance over the last decade as increasingly, people have used it to express their identity, whether that be in the form of gender pronouns, terms to describe different sexualities, races or ethnicities.

Be Green
Fri 30 Jun 2023

Celebrating the great outdoors without mentioning the state of the environment is like celebrating the birthday of a 110-year-old; we can have a slice of cake and talk about how great they are, but simultaneously we’re all kind of surprised they’re still here, and we’re taking it easy with the party poppers.

 Mental Health Awareness Month
Thu 27 Apr 2023

In recognition of Mental Health Awareness Month, we’re paying special attention to wellness as a whole, and Gen Z in particular tend to view wellness in a really broad way.

Fri 31 Mar 2023

Ahead of the Coronation of King Charles III next month, we’ve asked our Toponymist, Adam Jacot de Boinod to devise an Oxfordshire-based quiz on all things Royal. 

Wed 1 Mar 2023

The 8th of this month marks International Women’s Day, and while I’ve always viewed this as a nice opportunity to spotlight women’s achievements across history, recent reflection

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Wed 1 Feb 2023

Valentine’s Day has come around again. While not being able to afford to turn the heating on, traditional celebrations of the day – which often involve paying for an obligatory meal