By Duard Headley
April 21, 2020
On some days, Oxford seems deserted.
Along High Street, shops and restaurants lie empty; the warm neon of their “open” signs stand in stark contrast to their vacant interiors. On colder days, uptown park is devoid of life, its stone animal statues the only creatures to be found. Brick Street, the de facto hub of the uptown social scene, greets visitors with shuttered windows and a sign that reads “We miss you. Stay safe.”
When the sun shines, Oxford emerges, and the would-be ghost town is strangely full of life.