The President-elect of the Oxford SU has resigned less than a week after her election, amid controversy over her social media posts.
Oxford City Council (OCC) has been awarded £10.9m in funding to reduce carbon emissions in key sites across the city owned by the Council, including the Hinksey Outdoor Swimming Pool. The funding, awarded by the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy’s (BEIS) Public Sector Decarbonisation Fund, will enable the Council to explore the usage Read More…
As the use of cash payments falls to an all-time low during the pandemic, Anneliese Dodds, Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer and MP for Oxford East, has called for an end to its “uncontrolled retreat”.
The University of Oxford has announced provisional plans for Trinity term 2021 today, including a continuation of blanket residency requirement exemptions and self-certification of mitigating circumstances for extensions and late submissions of assessments.
As demonstrations and global condemnations continue in response to the recent coup in Myanmar, The Oxford Blue takes a look at the events so far and explore Aung San Suu Kyi’s connection to Oxford.
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.
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.
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.
“The intersection of science and ideology engendered by the pandemic has presented novel (dare I say unprecedented) challenges for journalism; challenges which have arguably not been handled particularly well.”
Amy Sankey explores Covid misinformation and disinformation in the media.
A motion to impeach the sitting President and Librarian of the Oxford Union has been put forward to the Returning Officer by an ex-Committee member, The Oxford Blue can exclusively reveal.