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A love letter to Marseille

450 miles south of Paris and the same distance across the Mediterranean from Algiers, a mere afternoon’s drive to the Spanish and Italian borders,...

Modern Languages students slam Year Abroad Office failings

" Students told Cherwell that the Year Abroad Office provided minimal mental health support, a lack of meaningful assistance for students from working-class backgrounds, and has repeatedly disseminated false information and guidance. In one case, University failings led to students being scammed when applying for health insurance cards."

La Vie en Rose: New year, many me(s)

A couple days ago I went to see a Baudelaire exhibition, and as I meandered through colourful rooms full of poems about flowers and...

Bouncer’s rejection: it’s not you, it’s him.

But can you imagine sobbing uncontrollably like a Ninento-ridden child in front of 500 people? Christ. Could never be me…

Pret A Manger or Pret A Danger

Rumplestiltskin top-hatted men have permeated many of the daily accounts of my fellow female students.

French connection: My first two months in Paris

I have been shocked by how different I feel to those around me due to aspects of my appearance

THRIVE OR SURVIVE? Experiences from Year Abroad

BERLIN - Marte van der Graaf I didn’t want to go on a year abroad at all. I remember telling my mum at the end of...

Arab States of Mind

Anyone who has ever watched a mid-noughties rom-com, is familiar with the idea that you are what you wear.  We might have moved on from...

University to fund Erasmus alternative in case of No Deal Brexit

The University has made an “open-ended commitment to funding exchange activity".

From Paris with Love

"If we can do this, we can do anything."

Let’s Talk About: The Year Abroad

While moving abroad might seem daunting, Alex Burgar reminds us there's also a lot to look forward to

“There’s more to life than academic work: I only wish I’d realised sooner”

Róisín McCallion discusses her experiences with mental health and the pressure to succeed at Oxford

“You know it’s the centenary of the Russian Revolution, right?”

James Tibbles sees a disconnect between Russian and British approaches to the Revolution’s centenary

My town and my gown: fruit-picking in the south of France

Emma Leech considers how her Oxford experiences prepared her for a month on a French farm

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