A Change of Heart
"last term I signed up, dutifully, to deliver copies of Cherwell, and was driven around by Timmy, Cherwell’s charismatic, 10-year-loyal delivery driver. Between anecdotes of farcically angry porters, the topic of conversation fell upon St Hilda’s College’s recently completed new buildings."
Hope Street: A Tale of Two Cathedrals
Nestled either end of Hope Street lie two of Britain’s great places of worship. These are the (Anglican) Cathedral Church of Christ in Liverpool,...
Oxford’s Eyesores: Brutalism’s Place among the Dreaming Spires
For most, to think of Oxford is to think of its historic architecture, from the Anglo Saxon Tower of St. Michael and Christchurch’s twelfth century cathedral,...
That is the beauty of the concert. Music threading its way in and out of the thoughts of a hundred vague spirits in the audience.
Where Things Turn Out Different
Bombay is an Anglicisation of the Marathi word Mumbai. For this reason, it has become a source of awkwardness.
New humanities building project underway as architect selected
In an email to students, Head of Major Capital Projects Karen Brill announced the imminent revelation of the firm tasked with the development of...
It is effectively government policy that the science student is fundamentally more socially valuable than the artist. Resistance to this mode of thinking...
Worcester College building shortlisted for Stirling Prize
The £9 million Sultan Nazrin Shah Centre is in the running for the most prestigious architecture award in the UK
The insidious power of borrowing
Cultural synthesis has historically been a tool of colonial oppressors
Dreamy spires: Oxford fitter than Cambridge
Oxford ranks higher than 'the other place' in list of most beautiful universities, but neither claim the top spot
My town and my gown: Gloucester
Sam Sheppard discusses the differences between his life in Oxford and in Gloucester.
Layers of history in the bright colours of Porto
Ellie Duncan is enchanted by the 'azulejos' of Portugal
Oxford’s historic skyline will “absolutely not” be damaged, despite “high rise” plans
Reports of taller buildings plans dismissed as “headline fantasy” by Councillor Alex Hollingsworth