UPDATED: Students set up camp in St John’s

On Wednesday, ‘dozens of students’ will begin occupying the front quad of St. John’s college. After months of frustratingly unyielding negotiations between students and staff, this escalated action represents the latest attempt to urge the college to divest from fossil fuels.


UK government keeps Huawei online

To national and international criticism, the British Government has decided on the role of Huawei in British telecommunications infrastructure



Council plan to increase tree cover takes root

Oxford City Council has committed to increasing biodiversity and double the tree cover across Oxfordshire following recommendations from the Oxford Citizens Assembly on Climate. Enhanced biodiversity has been judged central to the overall ‘net zero’…



Packed crowd picks apart climate progress

On Monday evening the Habakkuk lecture theatre, tucked away at the far end of Jesus College, hosted a very well-attended panel discussion on the current state of the climate. Professor Julia Steinberger, Dr Simon Evans,…




Degree Reviews: Undergraduate History

This post is the first in a series of articles that The Oxford Blue will be publishing about Oxford degrees. First person, in depth, and critical accounts of an Oxford education are hard to find…


Balliol joins the divestment drive

Balliol students have taken a stand on the sustainability of the college’s investment, pushing the College to reduce its endowment’s involvement fossil fuel exposure (FFE) “as far and as fast as is practicable”. With socially…