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“It is absurd to divide people into good and bad. People are either charming or tedious.”- Oscar Wilde I am writing again after neglecting this column for a distinct amount of time; January was ugly....

The idea that this column has finally reached the present day is a relief. The knowledge that this is largely due to having little to say about September: not so much. If you think time flies whilst you’re...

Having finally adjusted to working life, it has become evident that post-uni life is incomparable to student life. I have swapped “value” for “finest” and now struggle to stay awake past 1am on...

‘You’re being unfair. You can’t force me to be a lady.’– Jessa, Girls It has taken me over a fortnight to process thoughts into this column; I have been hiding from my soon-to-be ‘Graduate’...

‘What is your problem? You give the impression of being all moral, and noble, and normal. And helpful in the kitchen…’– Bridget Jones I am finally writing from the comfort of my own flat; I...

‘It is easier to be critical than correct.’– Benjamin Disraeli This week led to my penultimate exam of university; I am currently experiencing my last weekend in St. Matthias library, with three...

Sunny Saturday marked the start of the countdown to the beginning of real life, post-university; I found myself inconveniently experiencing a magnetic pull to Topshop, and away from revision. I did not...

So after joking about crying over books last week (or actually crying on one occasion in my flat), I found myself crying three very real times this week. In the library. In public. Whilst I wish I was...

In-between crying over William Godwin’s dedication to his wife upon her death and crying over having to write 10,000 words about this whilst revising, I found myself experiencing the worst case of writers’...

  ‘Civilization is a blessing not sufficiently estimated by those who have not traced its progress.’ – Mary Wollstonecraft It may or may not be (a) Good Friday today; it’s not over yet and...