At 9.00pm BST, Oxford SU announced that Anvee Bhutani has won the presidential by-election. 2506 votes were cast. Eleven candidates stood in this term’s by-election, with two of these candidates having taken part in the first presidential election. Anvee Bhutani, current Co-Chair Campaign for Racial Awareness and Equality (CRAE) at Oxford SU, used her manifesto Read More…
Christ Church JCR has passed a motion to disassociate from the University-wide Student Union, but are not the first JCR to have done so.
The President-elect of the Oxford SU has resigned less than a week after her election, amid controversy over her social media posts.
The Student Union’s Student Council voted earlier this week to reinstate its Women’s Campaign, which had previously been discontinued.
Oxford’s Student Union has mandated its President to release an open letter supporting farmers who have participated in mass protests in India and to condemn the violent methods used by police to clamp down on the demonstrations.
The University of Oxford has introduced a four-week grace period for postgraduate research thesis submissions.
James Nevett explains why The Oxford SU is still important for students.
Oxford University has released a ‘Statement on the Importance of Free Speech,’ and has rejected the Academic Hate Speech motion that was passed by Oxford SU student council on Thursday. The University told The Blue: ‘I can confirm that the University has no plans to censor reading materials assigned by our academics.’
Despite 80% of students being against a 3 hour long open book examination, Oxford has sidestepped these survey results from its student body and made this the examination scheme for Trinity term 2020.
Nikita Ma elected as President-elect of the Oxford Student Union whilst alumnus of one of the world’s most expensive boarding schools elected to VP Access. Nikita Ma will be President of the Oxford Student Union (OUSU) for 2020-2021 after winning the Presidency in the OUSU elections. Ma, a Trinity College PPEist who served as Chair Read More…