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Live Review: Aquilo @ The Bullingdon

By Grace Manning

The Bullingdon – 04/03/2015

The pulsating rhythm of the drums drive a hypnotic, magnetic force around the room. Vocal harmonies rise and soar in a quietly refined way. 627 more words


Posh or Tosh

I am a film fanatic, so was more than excited last September when I heard about Lone Scherfig’s new film the Riot Club. Adapted from Laura Wades play Posh, The Riot Club is primarily about the infamous Oxford University Bullingdon Club. 255 more words

Denim Hues 

It’s starting to feel like spring has finally sprung. The weather in oxford was absolutely glorious.

Summer is by far my favourite season and I cannot wait to wear this denim one piece and baby blue shirt dress (both from Zara) when it starts to heat up. 

Where's My Basement When I Need It?

Down in my parents’ basement, beside the ever-growing selection of camping and canoeing gear, there is a large series of wooden shelves that line one wall of the den. 1,350 more words


The Geographies of shopping and retailing in Oxford

Rebecca Lane (Jesus)

In February 2014, the First Year Geographers explored the geographies of shopping & retailing in Oxford and considered their relevant economic, social, cultural, political and technological dimensions in relation to a choice of topics: the state of Oxford’s retail space, retailing and e-tailing, transport accessibility and competitiveness, adaptation and independent retailers. 65 more words


Kristen's Story

Hello there! Thanks for stopping by. I appreciate your interest in my little blog. I’m writing this for the people who don’t know me too well, for the strangers who will (hopefully) become friends. 565 more words