A vaccine for COVID-19 developed in the UK has been formally approved and is expected to be rolled out across the country from next week.
The whole of Oxfordshire will be placed under Tier 2 coronavirus restrictions after the end of the national lockdown next week, the Government has announced.
All Souls College, Oxford has announced that it will “cease to refer” to the College Library as the ‘Codrington Library’ because of the Codrington’s families slaveowning activities in the Caribbean.
UK universities will be asked to manage an “evacuation” of students in early December, amid fears that students will not be able to return home for the Christmas holidays because of coronavirus. The Department for Education has said that students will be asked to return home in a “travel window” between December 3rd and 9th, Read More…
The city of Oxford will move into Tier 2 coronavirus restrictions from 00:01 on Saturday 31 October, it has been announced. This puts the city under the ‘High’ COVID Alert level, having previously been listed under ‘Medium’, despite objections from local council leaders. Under the new Tier 2 restrictions, people in Oxford will not be Read More…
Marcel Hedman, Head of Conference at the Future Leaders Network, discusses the next generation of world leaders.
Council leaders have urged the UK Government to move Oxfordshire into Tier 2 coronavirus restrictions, it has been revealed.
Magdalen will tighten its rules on social interactions, banning first years from hosting any guests in their rooms or any other part of the College.
The University of Oxford will launch a scholarship scheme for Black graduate students in 2021. The Black Academic Futures programme will fund 10 UK postgraduates, covering tuition fees and living costs up to £15,000 per year.
Oxford City Council, in conjunction with Aspire, will receive over £1 million from the UK Government to aid its fight to prevent homeless people from having to return to the city’s streets amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. In a press release, the City Council said that almost £900,000 of the new funding will go towards Read More…