A report released on Tuesday reveals the extent to which Oxford University has received funding and donations from the some of the world’s biggest fossil fuel companies, including BP, Shell and Eni. The report, entitled ‘Money, People, Reputation: Oxford’s Ties with the Fossil Fuel Industry’, was researched and written by the Oxford Climate Justice Campaign, Read More…
“The Northern Irish Peace Process is fragile and requires active intersectional work in the form of policy change and socio-economic development. Politicians in Westminster will continue to ignore this and their counterparts in Stormont will continue to act to its detriment, so long as their ignorance continues to get them elected.”
Daniel McNamee analyses the growing tensions in Northern Ireland.
Nina Holguin takes us on a trip to Rome, looking back on her visit to the Galleria Borghese, and what made her fall for the work of Bernini and Caravaggio.
Freddie Hull reviews Netflix’s controversial documentary film ‘Seaspiracy’, looking at both its cinematic approach and the issues it raises.
Sophie Benbelaid examines the ‘mystery’ element of murder mysteries, and explores why the genre has been so popular over the years.
I thought that social media couldn’t become any larger a part of our lives, but after a year of intense lockdowns and with staying at home becoming the norm, I was wrong. UK citizens spent 46% more time on their phones since July 2020. Children have spent the majority of the day on screens because Read More…
In this eclectic and nostalgic throwback, Ellee Su takes us through the sun-drenched playlist that made up her holiday to Lyon.
KL Winters gathers quotations from both former and contemporary famous figures, alongside art from Toni Fern, Dali Dunn, Gaia Clark Nevola, Daisy Day Fawcett and Lili Herbert, to bring you ‘no context notes on smashing the patriarchy’.
Gloria Morey looks at the discography of Aurora, the artist behind the smash hit “Runaway”.
An open letter signed by over 1200 church leaders across the UK, including Oxford Ministers Glenn Nesbitt, Andy Young, and Phillip Dixon, warned that introducing vaccine passports “constitutes one of the most dangerous policy proposals ever to be made in the history of British politics”. The cross-denominational letter follows the government’s decision to review whether Read More…