The anxiety was palpable; flying or travelling anywhere at the moment is risky, a risk we had nonetheless decided to take. That anxiety, however, seemed to slip away as we touched down in Nice in the morning arriving in San Remo just before midday to spend the afternoon on the beach.
Today, Melanie Onovo and Adi Kesaia Toganivalu,undergraduates at Christ Church and Magdalen College respectively, appeared on BBC News to discuss their efforts to tackle racist and classist discrimination at Oxford University.
Following a report from the Union’s Election Tribunal, The Oxford Union’s Standing Committee has decided to not conduct a re-poll for the election of the President for Hilary term 2021.
A member of the Christ Church College Boat Club (ChChBC) has admitted to defacing an image of George Floyd at a party, and referring to two other students as a “state-school c***”.
It Happens Here and SpeakOut Oxford, groups that aim to raise awareness about sexual violence at Oxford and push to make sure the right systems are in place to hold perpetrators to account, have published their open letter to Vice Chancellor Professor Louise Richardson. The open letter, which outlines concerns about the Oxford Sexual Violence Read More…
While Oxford students are spread far and wide for a remote Trinity Term, college life carries on, with the college porters continuing to do stellar work to keep Oxford running. Porters teams at five Oxford colleges – Christ Church, Corpus Christi, Hertford, Trinity and Wadham – share photos from their daily lives, and what they’re Read More…
As the world puts everything it can into tackling the coronavirus, it feels an appropriate time to take stock of what has happened in the last decade. It is easy now to sit back and pat ourselves on the back for the success of the #MeToo movement, but we are not even close to the end of this long road.
“Can I tell you a little story?”- What Martin Barber’s career in humanitarian work has to teach us about a global response to Coronavirus
Public Health England’s (PHE) Professor Sharon Peacock has revealed that coronavirus home testing kits could be available at chemist shops and via Amazon as soon as next week. They will be made available to vulnerable people and the general public, according to the government, who have bought 3.5 million kits that are in the process Read More…
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