The first rapid electric charger in Oxford was installed this week, as part of the £41m Energy Superhub Oxford project (ESO). The new charger, produced by innogy eMobility UK, was installed at the Oxford Direct…Read More
Sasha Mills talks us through the shitshow that is working through the five stages of a lockdown break up.
The University of Oxford today published an annual review of its Student Welfare and Support Services.
Following Boris Johnson’s comments on the removal of Oxford’s Cecil Rhodes statue, Edmund Kelly explores why statues don’t celebrate a shared history at all.
A report released by Oxford City Council yesterday revealed that the city’s air pollution levels during 2019 increased, the first significant rise since 2011.
The Oxford Union’s Returning Officer has today announced that James Price has been elected as President for Hilary Term 2021, with 431 votes, followed by Jeremy Bararia in second place with 375 votes.
This week, Sarina talks us through the aftermath of a student loan, from what debt you can expect to what changes you should keep an eye on.
Since April, a team of researchers at the Oxford Jenner Institute have been gradually coming closer to developing a highly sought-after vaccine for COVID-19, AZD1222 (formerly ChAdOx1), with Business Secretary Alok Sharma stating that “the UK continues to lead the global response to find a vaccine”.
Following a report from the Union’s Election Tribunal, The Oxford Union’s Standing Committee has decided to not conduct a re-poll for the election of the President for Hilary term 2021.
The Observer revealed today that Boris Johnson and Michael Gove were “sold as slaves” as part of a “slave auction” at the Oxford Union when they were students at the university.