I guess it’s now the time of year when we’re experiencing both relief and nostalgia as three gruelling terms draw to a close. As we look back, many of us would relish the time we spent chilling in the college quad, the walks in Port Meadow, and of course, the punting. Personally, one way I… Read More How will we remember Oxford?
When we look at the state of the world, we often can’t help but feel hopeless. What with the number of people living in poverty, the number of modern slaves, the rate of deforestation, the increase in global warming, the consistent failures of governments to serve their people, it seems that the problems in… Read More Does every little help?
The most memorable conversation I ever had on the streets is, ironically, with a man whose name and face I can’t remember. I met him one Thursday evening in Michaelmas last year as I was walking down St Gile’s. He asked if I had any change to spare, to which I responded with a feeble,… Read More Walking with Humility – Why Homeless Outreach?