By Freya Butler. It’s easy to feel a little hopeless and insignificant, but the world is made up of individuals and everyone’s actions matter and make a difference. You’re never too small to change the world, just a little.
How do we know that what we are doing is right and fulfils what others ask of us? The duty of governance at St John’s falls to the College Council.
Many of us still feel pressure to find a New Me with the New Year. But nobody is perfect. If we choose to make a change in our lives, shouldn’t it be exactly that: a choice?
The Turner Art Prize is the UK’s most publicised art award. Organised by the Tate art gallery and awarded annually to a British visual artist, it has often made headlines for controversy more so than for innovative mediums.
Professor Roy Quinlan delivered a fascinating talk on the biological mechanisms behind visual perception at Cafe Scientifique.
One of the most startling and unusual tributes to the war can be found in my local parish church, St Mary’s in Swaffham Prior. These stained-glass windows illustrate something unique: a remembrance of the war as it was.
It seems an almost insurmountable task to create an entirely eco-friendly holiday season, but there are some easy swaps to make our white Christmases a little greener.