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Richardson’s indefensible pay is a product of the marketisation of education

The vice chancellor's £350,000 salary betrays a worrying trend in higher education that sees bureaucrats rise while academics fall.

The future of AI is closer than we think

Walter Goodwin argues that the abilities of artificial intelligence to put us all out of work is a far more pressing concern than nuanced ethical dilemmas

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Culture

“Once again, I find myself applauding the Oxford Revue”

Saskia Thomas tears up at the Oxford Revue's latest Fringe performance, 'Witch Hunt'

A Thinly Veiled Story of A Damsel in Distress

Francesca Salisbury is surprised and frustrated to find To the Bone filled with unhelpful gender stereotypes

Sport

De Boerexit Means De Boerexit: Have Palace Got it Right?

James Martin asks the question of whether Crystal Palace were right to send manager Frank De Boer packing after just four league games

Has football finally sold its soul to money?

Jack Allsopp tries to make sense of Neymar's staggering transfer to PSG

Gus Poyet: “You have to be clear in what you believe”

Ex-Sunderland and Brighton manager Gus Poyet analyses pressure, power, and money in football with Daniel Curtis

Fashion

Boredom in High Places

Chloe Dootson-Graube explores Meadham Kirschoff's dissatisfaction with a creativity-starved industry and whether his comments ring true

Who is Edward Enninful?

Nicole Rayment takes a look at British Vogue's new helmsman and the potential for change he brings with him