Science

Uncomfortable Oxford: imposter syndrome and intrusive thoughts

Did I lock my door? What if I’m gay? Does everyone just pretend to like me? What would happen if I jumped out in front of a car? Do I belong here? These are all intrusive thoughts – unprompted and often unwanted thoughts which run contrary to people’s true beliefs. Many Oxford students will know Read More…

Current Affairs

Careers Service requires new carbon-neutrality questionnaire for employers

A new initiative by the University’s Career Service will require employers recruiting Oxford students on CareerConnect to provide their plans to become carbon neutral by 2050. It will allow students to judge companies not just on tradition criteria like career progression and job security, but also the company’s impact on the climate for generations to Read More…

Current Affairs Opinion

The Polish elections and why they matter

What you need to know The parties: Law and Justice (PiS) – a right-wing populist (although economically left), national conservative party Civic Platform (PO) – a centrist, liberal-conservative, and socially liberal party Polish People’s Party (PSL) – a centrist and social-democratic party Spring – a centre-left, pro-Europe, socially liberal party The candidates: Andrzej Duda – Read More…