Zaman Keinath-Esmail explores the interplay between facts, feelings, and liberalism’s failings.
My interview style seems, in hindsight, to be somewhere between babbling and obsequious. I was anxious to meet Alexandra, she is a celebrity on legal Twitter alongside the likes of the Secret Barrister and Joanna Hardy. I flicked through my notebook which had long winding questions about her time at Oxford, her journey to the Read More…
Issy Kenney-Herbert stresses the fundamental importance of intersectionality in the LGBTQ+ community.
An internal survey carried out in Hilary 2020 to assess instances of racism at Magdalen College, Oxford shows that 40% of “Non-White Students” who responded have had “negative experiences” with the porters, compared to just 12% of “White Students”.
Today, Melanie Onovo and Adi Kesaia Toganivalu,undergraduates at Christ Church and Magdalen College respectively, appeared on BBC News to discuss their efforts to tackle racist and classist discrimination at Oxford University.
Following a report from the Union’s Election Tribunal, The Oxford Union’s Standing Committee has decided to not conduct a re-poll for the election of the President for Hilary term 2021.
The Observer revealed today that Boris Johnson and Michael Gove were “sold as slaves” as part of a “slave auction” at the Oxford Union when they were students at the university.
A member of the Christ Church College Boat Club (ChChBC) has admitted to defacing an image of George Floyd at a party, and referring to two other students as a “state-school c***”.
Louis Capstick explores the central role of language in systemic and casual racism.
“As a white person, you will never feel the institutional force of it. If anything, you actually profit from it.”