Why the Winter Olympics can help to bridge Korea’s divide

Published in The Cherwell, the UK’s oldest & Oxford’s largest student newspaper, February 2018 At this week’s opening ceremony for the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics, there were fewer flags being flown than there are nations competing. That’s because the North and South Korean teams marched together under the Korean Unification Flag – the first time this… Continue reading Why the Winter Olympics can help to bridge Korea’s divide

Meat in College Canteens: The Case for Limiting Choice

Published in The Cherwell, the UK's oldest & Oxford's largest student newspaper, February 2018 LMH’s JCR [Lady Margaret Hall's Junior Common Room] recently voted to run a four-week trial of ‘Veggie Wednesdays’ in hall. The motion prompted lively debate. ‘I know that we should all eat less meat, but I don’t think it’s right to… Continue reading Meat in College Canteens: The Case for Limiting Choice