Articles by: Nikita Andersson

I Couldn’t Keep My Hands Out The Cookie Jar, What Should I Do?

I Couldn’t Keep My Hands Out The Cookie Jar, What Should I Do?

6th June 2017

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Dear Vice Chancellor:

Dear Vice Chancellor, I was hoping you could help a friend of mine with an intimate issue. This friend of mine was boogying away at… Read More ›

Episode #1: Joseph Joseph Nesting Bowls

Episode #1: Joseph Joseph Nesting Bowls

18th May 2017

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Food Hacks, Lifestyle:

Though not much of a cook, Isabella hadn’t been able to walk past the Joseph Joseph Nest 9+ set which sat, like a technicolour matryoshka… Read More ›

‘Dr. Oxlove’, Or ‘How I Learned to Stop Caring and Love the Chirpse’

‘Dr. Oxlove’, Or ‘How I Learned to Stop Caring and Love the Chirpse’

17th May 2017

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Roses are red, Nerds sometimes get horny, But how can we express ourselves Without rhymes that are corny? *** Lately it seems that any budding… Read More ›

Valentine’s Day, A History

Valentine’s Day, A History

14th February 2017

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On 14th February 1951, John S. Valentine, a New York greetings card magnate, decided that in order to commemorate his recent divorce he would release… Read More ›

VERSA chats empowerment, Oxford women and fundraising in Karachi, Pakistan

VERSA chats empowerment, Oxford women and fundraising in Karachi, Pakistan

6th February 2017

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Last Thursday I decided to attend the first series of Empower Her Voice talks at Wadham. Quite apart from engaging with a range of interesting… Read More ›

Comedy and Communism: ‘The Collaborators’, A Review

Comedy and Communism: ‘The Collaborators’, A Review

27th January 2017

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At first I was slightly apprehensive when I heard that John Hodge’s play, The Collaborators, was being performed in the Pilch Studio. The drama, set… Read More ›

Anubeginning?

Anubeginning?

15th November 2016

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Tuesday 8th of November saw anubeginning. It was Yuuuuge! With spirits high and Clinton going strong, the election seemed irrelevant to partygoers. Despite the screenings… Read More ›