The Charity Commission issued a statement on Thursday announcing their intervention in the ongoing dispute between the Christ Church governing body and the college’s dean, the Very Rev. Prof. Martyn Percy.The call for the parties…
The Governing Body of Oriel College has released a statement recommending the removal of its controversial statue of imperialist Cecil Rhodes, following an investigation into his relationship with Britain’s colonial past.
With the cancellation of A-level exams and the ongoing lockdown that continues to mandate social distancing rules, the coronavirus pandemic has made this one of the strangest periods in history to have an offer from…
A landmark donation of £80 million by the Reuben Foundation is to fund Oxford’s newest graduate college. The news comes despite accusations that the Reuben brothers were involved in illegal activity both in Soviet Russia and Kazakstan, as well as having possible links to money-laundering activities.
Joining thousands on the streets last week at several Black Lives Matter protests, demonstrating against the insidious systemic racism in Britain, as well as with solidarity with protestors all over the world, I enjoyed a few moments of satisfaction that these protests had achieved something tangible
James Nevett explains why The Oxford SU is still important for students.
Lucy Scruton provides her perspective on The Oxford Union.
The University of Oxford announced today their agreement with AstraZeneca, a UK-based global biopharmaceutical company, to develop, manufacture and potentially distribute at a large scale the COVID-19 vaccine which is currently being worked on and…
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.
I’m an Oxford student. But I’m also an NHS worker, and I’m currently feeling a huge conflict between those two things. To be clear, as a History student, I am not a doctor or nurse….