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Tuesday, January 17th

The stigma of a woman travelling alone

Erin Melton discusses her own and others' experiences travelling alone as a woman

Bigger babies? So what?

Taking a closer look at the claim that caesarean sections are driving evolution

The week according to… An Oxford tutor

As dreamt up by James Lamming

One thing I’d change about Oxford… Religion

Cat Bean wishes that Oxford's theological history was more inclusive

A spectre is haunting Europe

Richard Birch reflects on what the new year may hold for Paris

Celebrity deaths: an insensitive media onslaught?

Olivia Webster reflects on the tragic trend of celebrity deaths, what it says about modern culture and media coverage

I’m taking the 10% giving pledge—and you should too

Rob Pepper details his reasons for subscribing to effective altruism with the Oxford-based charity Giving What We Can

2016 is dead, long live 2017?

Julia Routledge casts her eye back on a profusion of disheartening events in a year of great change

Cocaine’s fundamental flaw

Ellie Lee sees the hypocrisy between some students' ethics and their drug use

The Rise of Evil: a user’s guide

James Lamming on the unscrupulous way to power in the 21st Century
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Oxford – a tale of two cities sitting in the same space

SJ Novak describes what happens to town-and-gown when students disappear, and how the hush of the midwinter streets betrays something important about our community

Bigger babies? So what?

Taking a closer look at the claim that caesarean sections are driving evolution

‘The Prize most poets want to win’

Katie Mennis celebrates the strength and variety of the 2016 T. S. Eliot Prize shortlist

Hertford accidentally distributes rejection letters

An email attachment was circulated containing the details of all unsuccessful applicants

Blind Date: Andrew and Alice

Alice and Andrew bond over Wahoo, a capella, and Tesco's bagels