Oxford marks Holocaust Memorial Day with commemorative services across the city and university.
Students at St John’s expose questionable investments of the college endowment. Fossil Free SJC comments on continuing developments.
A Professor of Modern History at Oxford has been assigned security guards following threats made by activists.
New rough sleeping centre opened last week to provide shelter and support to help rough sleepers rebuild their lives Lib Dem investigation suggests that 545 homes in Oxford have been empty for over 6 months, an increase of 80% in the past 2 years The ceiling of Floyds Row’s communal room is dotted with an Read More…
A priest at The Oxford Oratory has been criticised after sending an online petition opposing LGBT teaching in primary schools to his parishioners. Catholic priest Fr Joseph Welch, of The Oratory in Woodstock Road, sent said petition to the mother and toddler group mailing list, which he encouraged the recipients to sign. In an email, Read More…
St Cross College has suffered a disruptive cyber attack that prompted the deactivation of all internet services for much of this week.
Four cities across China face severe travel restrictions as a new strain of the deadly coronavirus spreads from Wuhan across China and to several other countries including the US.
Layla Moran, Lib Dem MP for Oxford West and Abingdon, has tabled a motion with cross-party support calling on the Government “to seek full association to the 2021-27 Erasmus programme”.
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The message Ratatouille’s Chef Gusteau left us was “anyone can cook”. Well, the message I want to leave is “anyone can write”. This is at the heart of The Oxford Blue, Oxford’s new independent and co-operative newspaper, the first new paper for students in 30 years. Let us finally introduce ourselves: I’m Lois Heslop, the Read More…