Michelle Mendieta Mean travels with us through her experiences of nature and the world in a standstill period of anxiety through a polaroid photo essay.
In order to remain at university, we’re required to pass: nothing more, nothing less. With this most basic incentive, why would anyone sacrifice social or extra-curricular activities in order to come out with anything better than the lowest pass mark possible?
Oliver White explores some effects of Michaelmas Covid-19 restrictions on university and college life.
Anonymous writes about suspension and living with mental illness at Oxford.
Oliver Shaw investigates how local businesses in Oxford are adapting to the lockdown and disruption caused by the coronavirus.
Oxford’s pubs took a variety of approaches to re-opening on July 4th to ensure effective protection for staff and customers, but many are still yet to re-open.
Sarah Lewis muses on what it might be like to return to Oxford, particularly to our old rooms haunted by the ghosts of times and memories past…
Oxford is synonymous with bikes almost as much as books. In fact, you’re probably more likely to get hit by a bike than a car while trying to cross the road. But cycling in Oxford, while it might take a while, really does make your life a whole lot easier.
The Oxford Union’s Returning Officer has today announced that James Price has been elected as President for Hilary Term 2021, with 431 votes, followed by Jeremy Bararia in second place with 375 votes.
Since April, a team of researchers at the Oxford Jenner Institute have been gradually coming closer to developing a highly sought-after vaccine for COVID-19, AZD1222 (formerly ChAdOx1), with Business Secretary Alok Sharma stating that “the UK continues to lead the global response to find a vaccine”.