Some days the only time we leave college – or even our rooms – is to go on our daily trip for coffee. We’re often faced with a few dilemmas, perhaps including which coffee shop to go to, or which drink to order. But a recurring dilemma for many is: “What should I wear?” Or Read More…
Wadham College’s Middle Common Room (MCR) has been rocked by a financial scandal, as it has been revealed more than £21,000 of MCR funds were embezzled by a former officer.
A writer explores the implications of a Palestinian flag flying above Harris Manchester College on college-student relationships.
“The Oxford bubble can be great for us. But could it be toxic to the rest of the world?”
Rachel Prince discusses the ‘bubble’ of privilege students gain when joining Oxford, and how we could potentially use it to help people without the same opportunities.
Illustration by Rachel Prince
A report by Oxford University’s Economic Recovery Project (OUERP) has found that less than one fifth of Covid recovery spending by the world’s governments can be considered ‘green’. The report, ‘Are We Building Back Better? Evidence from 2020 and Pathways for Inclusive Green Recovery Spending’, was led by Brian O’Callaghan of Oxford’s Smith School of Read More…
Oliver Lavelle writes about what he calls the Oxford Chundergraduate, giving his top tips on how to have a good time drinking without overindulging.
In the sixth instalment of his wine series, Ben Owen takes us through the roulette of choosing the perfect Rioja.
Oxford City Council has today released a statement calling for “owners to bring empty properties back into use” as part of National Empty Homes Week.
Oxford City Council (OCC) has been awarded £10.9m in funding to reduce carbon emissions in key sites across the city owned by the Council, including the Hinksey Outdoor Swimming Pool. The funding, awarded by the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy’s (BEIS) Public Sector Decarbonisation Fund, will enable the Council to explore the usage Read More…
As the use of cash payments falls to an all-time low during the pandemic, Anneliese Dodds, Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer and MP for Oxford East, has called for an end to its “uncontrolled retreat”.