In the first instalment of Pandemic Admissions, Grace Haworth presents her experience on A-level results day.
Are exams really a fair and accurate measure of ability?
Eliza Niblett explains why concerns about grade inflation miss the real problems highlighted by exam disruption.
When I think about returning to Oxford in Michaelmas, one of my first thoughts is how good it will be to be back in a library, surrounded by dusty books and stressed students again.
“I think trying to help the environment is looked at as an all-or-nothing approach, but at an individual level, even the tiniest change is great.”
In an interview with Meg Hopkins, Cracking the Cryptic discuss their channel’s unexpected popularity and the appeal of sudoku.
This new mini-series ‘Book Inspired Playlists’ aims to introduce us to literature through the medium of music, offering a voice those emotions and feelings that cannot be easily explained through words. First, Emily Poncia takes on Kerouac’s Maggie Cassidy.
In our ‘Introduction to:’ series, writers take their artists who are perhaps more unknown or underrated than they should be showing us exactly why they deserve more attention. This time, Lifestyle Editor Gloria Morey introduces Faouzia and reflects on the beauty that comes from excellent lyrics sung even more excellently.
Remembering the Olympics a few weeks on, Jess Steadman reflects on the cost of being an Olympic athelete.
In this week’s instalment of her column, Sophie Benbelaid admonishes us to read Anne of Green Gables, and reflects on its theme of imagination.
The Queen’s College and St Edmund Hall have updated their coronavirus rules in a way that appears to defy the policy set out by Oxford University, The Oxford Blue can reveal.