• Weekly Round-up •
The Oxonian Review is pleased to present our Weekly Round-up, featuring websites and articles the editorial staff have recently found interesting, illuminating, or otherwise noteworthy.
1. “Why Women Still Can’t Have It All“, The Atlantic: “How could anyone voluntarily leave the circles of power for the responsibilities of parenthood?”
2. “Tom Carter Appeal“, Helptomcarter.org: “While on a tour of Europe with Charalambides, the Brooklyn based guitarist Tom Carter was hospitalized in Berlin, Germany and has been in intensive care for over two weeks.”
3. “The Ballad of @Horse_ebooks“, Splitsider: “Often it would be something close to a k≈çan… Sometimes it was a a simple and stirring command: ‘Ride’.”
4. “Sometimes It’s Hard To Be A Woman – Especially When You’re Made Out Of Pixels“, The Guardian: “Ms. Pac-Man had to wear lipstick, a beauty mark, and a great big girly bow on her head.”
5.”The Falklands Syndrome: The 30-Year Legacy Of Iron Britannia“, Open Democracy: “The Falklands War is not, as I hoped it would be, merely an exhibit of how we were. It is the starting point for what we have become.”