Oxford students were today in attendance at a protest against the Government’s Nationality and Borders Bill. The protest, supported and organised by Oxford SU, was held from 2pm on the steps outside the Clarendon Building, and at its peak was attended by approximately 70 people from various organisations.
“We do need to let nature take the driving seat. Rewilding is the large-scale restoration of ecosystems to the point where nature is allowed to take care of itself.” Mia Clement provides a thoughtful exploration of rewilding as a climate strategy. An ideal article for those interested in learning more about responding to the climate…Keep reading
“What do they know of cricket who only cricket know?”: cricket’s complicated legacy with cultural imperialism
Ollie Nicholls unpacks cricket’s cultural baggage in light of Azeem Rafiq’s DCMS testimonyKeep reading
With a New Year comes a fresh new Global Affairs team. They’re excited, stressed and ready to go. Get ready to meet the team and have a chuckle with this…Keep reading
Illustration by Mia Clement Austrian Chancellor Alexander Schallenberg has implemented a nationwide lockdown for the unvaccinated, meaning they must stay at home except for key work and buying essential goods,…Keep reading
Visiting Portugal soon? Or just want a break from the rain? In the latest instalment of his column, George Newton takes us an a tour of Lisbon’s quiosques – small huts that can be found on many squares around Lisbon, serving all kinds of drinks, from draught beer and spirits to soft drinks and coffee,…
To sign off her column, Sophie Benbelaid discusses a book that is close to home for all of us: Death on the Cherwell.
Maya Lemaire reveals how much waste she produced this term, and reflects on what she learnt.
Ollie Nicholls reports on a boisterous encounter at Iffley Road between the Oxford Blues and their glamorous international opposition.Keep reading
Shariq Haidery sits down with The Oxford Blue to talk about how his background as a Northern BAME student as shaped his Oxford experience during another pandemic-hit term. “Being the…Keep reading
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