Mitch (he/ him) is Editor-in-Chief for Trinity term 2021 as well as a long-suffering Sunderland fan, keen runner and general sports obsessive. His other interests include indie music, arthouse cinema, and coffee.
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Sport from the Side-lines: Running all over the world with Adharanand Finn

Sport from the Side-lines is a mini-series from Mitch Marshall, speaking to those who bring unique perspectives about sport into the limelight, without being elite sportspeople themselves. While they share Mitch’s love for sport, it is their insight into sports’ broader lessons about society, culture and the essence of being human that make them so Read More…

Current Affairs

Oxford updates students on plan for Trinity return

Most Oxford undegraduate students will not return to face-to-face teaching until mid-April at the earliest, the University has told students today via email. The University noted that because the first potential date for the easing of lockdown restrictions, March 8th, comes at the end of Hilary term 2021, “teaching will continue to take place online Read More…

Current Affairs

Oxford academic joins politicians criticising use of ‘Queen’s Consent’ powers by monarch

Politicians and academics, including at Oxford University, have heavily criticised the widespread use of the constitutional process known as Queen’s Consent which has been exposed in The Guardian this week.

Current Affairs

St Peter’s JCR passes motion condemning Loach event and pledging support for Jewish students

St Peter’s College JCR last night passed a motion condemning the college’s decision to continue with an event with the filmmaker Ken Loach, despite Jewish students raising concerns about Loach’s history of antisemitism.

Current Affairs

Oxford JSoc condemns St Peter’s College event over Ken Loach’s history of antisemitism

Professor Judith Buchanan, Master of St Peter’s College, has decided to proceed with an event with the filmmaker Ken Loach at the college tonight, despite Oxford University Jewish Society (JSoc) raising concerns about Loach’s anti-Semitic beliefs and history of anti-Semitic comments.