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Thursday, June 30, 2022

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Nickrophelia — my lockdown cardboard companion

Stripped of social interaction, structure and variety, lockdown-living is a lonely and oppressively drab state of existence. We all have our own way of combating...

Bops, BBQs, and Berocca: reflections on student drinking culture

CW: Mentions of alcoholism  In many respects, Britain and excessive alcohol consumption have become synonymous. Our ‘drinking culture’ is something that is regularly brought up...

Growin’ up with Emily

'three girls sat dangling out the doors of a car, sea salt and suncream'

Walking Together

Because I’ll miss you became The I love you for friends

Anxiety and Me

If I am having a bad day I am going to tell you and have no shame about it.

Lady Pat R. Honising: Frisky Friendships

Dear Lady Pat,I write to you, as you may expect, in a state of dire embarrassment, shame and confusion. As I’m sure you know, the...

How to Maintain Meaningful Relationships over the Vac

Pretty quickly you realise that Oxford socialising is intense. A week of regular cups of tea with someone can create speculative rumours about your...

How to Maintain Meaningful Relationships over the Vac

Pretty quickly you realise that Oxford socialising is intense. A week of regular cups of tea with someone can create speculative rumours about your relationship with...

Finding friends: what’s the hurry?

We talk about the rat race: the fiercely competitive struggle for success, the unrelenting battle we rage against our peers to come out on top. But...

Friendships: easier made than kept?

Sometimes it seems like you only show up any more when you want something from me”. An old friend of mine told me that...

‘Just Good Friends’

Is it possible to be Friends with Benefits and it not end in tears? Here's how to keep your heart safe.

Withnail and I was a buddy comedy unlike any other

An old cult film showing in Cowley proves to be more sadly relevant to the student experience than expected

Friends with Benefit

Eimer McAuley and Jonny Adams discuss the transformative power of makeup

‘What’s wrong with being hopeful?’

Charlie Willis explores friendship alongside the flow of the seasons in prose

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