Olivia Richards recounts her experience of going out and letting loose in the club after the Pandemic.
Pippa Bourne and Lucy Evans discuss their thoughts around the upcoming ending of restrictions on 19th July.
Print science editor Ellen Rogers discusses the potential impact of recent research showing a genetic correlation with the severity of people’s COVID symptoms.
Erica Mannis discusses the lengths that both staff and students went to ensure that the Marine Biology Coral Reef Field Course could go ahead despite the ongoing pandemic.
Georgia Balmer explores how the COVID-19 Pandemic may have changed our working habits for the better.
Issac Betridge, Online Features Editor, weighs up the government advice for travelling abroad
University data compiled from Public Health England and HALO reveals Covid-19 cases have risen on average over the last 7 days.
Lucy Aylmer, Deputy Editor, looks into the nature of NHS contracts during the pandemic
OK, Karen – How memes have helped us through the pandemic Clemence Smith looks at how we have turned to memes while stuck in a pandemic – and how they are helping us express frustration. Living through the pandemic is difficult at the best of times. Many of us are spending unprecedented amounts of time […]
Floris de Bruin explains Chris Whitty’s statement that regulating international border control in the long- term is an unsustainable option.