Oliver Lavelle writes about what he calls the Oxford Chundergraduate, giving his top tips on how to have a good time drinking without overindulging.
“The lesson we should have learnt from the Middle-Eastern wars is that interventions must be prudent and limited, and pursued only with detailed knowledge of the invariably complex situation on the ground. This does not mean intervention is always the wrong thing to do. Yet, many politicians have arrived at the conclusion that the use of military force is inherently irresponsible.”
Oliver Buckingham examines the case for intervention in Myanmar.
Students for Uyghurs Oxford is the Oxford branch of the nationwide Students for Uyghurs campaign, with the collective aim of spreading awareness of the human rights abuses taking place against the Uyghur people. “This is not performative activism – students are actively campaigning for meaningful change”. This collective of Oxford University students have united to Read More…
Many of us will be familiar with the concept of ‘drawing boundaries’ – with friends, family, or partners – in acts of self-preservation. Therapists will lecture you on the importance of boundaries and how we, as adults, are responsible for creating them as well as adhering to them. But it’s all so much easier said Read More…
Using Bernardine Evaristo’s ‘Girl, Woman, Other’ Claudia Saalmueller examines what still must be done to create an equal world this International Women’s Day.
The Department for Education has established the conditions under which university students can return home for the Easter break.