Sturm und Slang

Here are two recent pieces I wrote on Oxford. The first one’s a guide for Yahoo Travel telling you, among other things, where, allegedly, Clinton didn’t inhale. The second one is a brief trip through the peculiar slang/jargon of Oxford University: anyone for a bop with a bulldog? This was for Anglotopia and can be read, here.


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  7. Sturm und Drang translates to “storm and stress” in German. Despite being a general substitute for “turmoil,” the phrase was first employed in English.
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