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Corbyn coming to Oxford

Oxford Labour announces rally with Labour Party leader at the end of March

Distancing yourself from reality

Markus Beeken tells us his experiences of being in a long distance relationship at uni

Everyone say ‘Yah’ to a ‘Gap Yah’

Christian Bell thinks everyone should go on a gap year, even if it won’t change your life

No whine about no wine

Niluka Kavanagh tells us about her positive experience of dry January

Turns out I ‘reely’ cannot dance

Christian Bell tells us about his experience of the Oxford Reeling Ball

Cambridge college criticised for Japan-themed ball

Criticism of Trinity Hall's 'Tokyo to Kyoto' ball follows controversy over college ball themes in Oxford

The dangerous ignorance of Baroness Bakewell

Róisí­n McCallion explains the willful inaccuracy and potential harmfulness of Baroness Bakewell's comments on the condition

What next for OULC?

OULC's newly elected BME Officer argues that student politics is not a game and highlights the need for the Club to revive its campaigning mission

Preview: Orphans

The Experimental Theatre Club promises a tense exploration of societal divide

Poetry Bites: HT16 week 8

This week to end our series Cathy Go writes about mornings, a cruel time all of us must eventually face — even in the vac


Oxford bans donations from Chinese tech giant

Oxford suspended Huawei donations shortly after China was criticised as 'autocratic' by Chancellor Patten

Hard to Be-Leave – Brexit: The Uncivil War

If you're looking for a grown up perspective on Brexit, Channel 4's political docudrama leaves much to be desired
two hands holding a load of shopping bags

Binge shopping – a no brainer?

Exploring the science behind the 'treat yourself' mentality

The psychology of an evil stepmother

Is this classic archetype a thing of the past?
A drawing which shows envy as a naked hag angrily soaring through the sky, by William Hamilton

The anxiety of envy

"Big names dominate the industry, and yet their fiction feels incredibly same-y."