As the Giro d’Italia begins, Jack Churchill takes us through what to look out for over the next three weeks and why it is looking good for this year’s British riders.
The problem is that the negative externality theory assumes that you can compensate for this externality of environmental degradation from car emissions. With climate change constantly worsening, we can’t just compensate for the externality arising from fossil fuels and private transport usage – we need to actively reverse it.
“Probably won’t get liver damage, save money and obviously get more sleep.”
Molayo Ogunde, an incoming fresher, argues that despite COVID-19 there is a silver lining to starting university this year.
Painting by Antonia Jameson
The University of Oxford will launch a scholarship scheme for Black graduate students in 2021. The Black Academic Futures programme will fund 10 UK postgraduates, covering tuition fees and living costs up to £15,000 per year.
Gracie Bolt reviews Rocks, a coming-of-age film directed by Sarah Gavron which has recently been released in cinemas.
November 2020 marks 125 years since the birth of the German composer Paul Hindemith. To celebrate this anniversary, a series of recitals will be held at Pembroke College, Oxford.
Jane Bentham discusses the act of planning travel, particularly in the time of coronavirus, and both the masochistic and therapeutic elements of it.
Iffley Road Sports Centre reopened this morning 197 days after it closed its doors in March due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The reopening comes in time for the start of the University of Oxford’s Michaelmas term on 11 October. In their most recent coronavirus update, Oxford University Sport (OUS) stated: “We appreciate this has been Read More…