Jordan Wong is in his second year reading Classics and is senior organ scholar at Jesus College, Cambridge. He told me why the chapel is so magical.
As one of Cambridge University’s most successful sports clubs, the Women’s Lacrosse team value toughness – and speed.
Alumnus Alec Ash’s closely observed study of China’s millennials offers a provocative portrait of a fast-changing society.
How can it be that we aren’t better able to predict financial crises, and possibly even prevent them? This is the problem mathematician J. Doyne Farmer is trying to solve, with a blossoming branch of maths known as complexity economics. The Oxford University Mathematical Institute professor (and external professor at the Santa Fe Institute) is […]
Oxford’s law faculty is opening a dedicated Institute for the study of human rights in the grounds of Mansfield. This initiative is being led by Mansfield’s Principal, Baroness Helena Kennedy QC, and endowed by Yves Bonavero.
The term ‘burnout’ was coined in the 1970s by the American psychologist Herbert Freudenberger and describes an exhausted, extreme reaction to severe stress and high expectations. Many women feel exhausted by the demands of caring for children and ageing parents on top of earning a living – and at this time of year, with Christmas […]
Misophonia – a strong dislike of certain sounds – is an intriguing and little-understood medical condition. I spoke to a sufferer, as well as a medical expert.
For the latest Mollie Makes, I wrote about the remarkable collaborations that can blossom between creative friends.
For Red’s December issue, I wrote a long-planned thank you letter to a very good friend.
Author photographs: Nina Hollington ThemeShopy