Leaders of the four UK nations have agreed that up to 3 households will be allowed to mix across a 5-day period at Christmas.
Oxford University Amnesty International Society (OUAIS) has this week joined the world’s biggest letter-writing campaign, writing letters in support of people around the world facing human rights abuses.
The Dean of Christ Church, Martyn Percy, has withdrawn from his duties as the head of the College.
All Souls College, Oxford has announced that it will “cease to refer” to the College Library as the ‘Codrington Library’ because of the Codrington’s families slaveowning activities in the Caribbean.
Jade Calder discusses her experience of classism at Oxford.
The Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, has announced the introduction of a second national lockdown to combat the spread of Covid-19 in the UK.
On Sunday night, a protest organised by the Oxford University Polish Society saw calls of solidarity with women whose rights came under attack following the country’s Constitutional Tribunal’s recent ruling which has essentially removed all avenues to abortion.
The Women’s Equality Party (WE) has voted overwhelmingly in favour of adopting an economic model created by the Oxford economist Kate Raworth.
Magdalen will tighten its rules on social interactions, banning first years from hosting any guests in their rooms or any other part of the College.
The social enterprise project Uncomfortable Oxford gives us a sneak preview to their four tours of Oxford’s history.