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Daanial Issaq Chaudhry

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There’s a greater lesson lying behind the Norrington Table

We must continue to question the relationship between college wealth and academic success.

Why I won’t be protesting Trump

A decade of unknown change is worth protesting more than a two day visit

Ramadan – a month like no other

The most important month in the Muslim calendar explained

New College RONs JCR President

After two rounds of elections, Kendya Goodman was finally elected JCR president for next year.

Letter To: That Library Twat

Besides tapping, you also make a vast array of other noises, that never fail to amaze (annoy) me.

Colleges must get on board with gender neutral toilets

“A man and a woman using next door cubicles will be the norm"

Letter To: My Estate Agent

When it comes to estate agents, it's a love-hate relationship, without the love.

‘She is the one controlling the play’- Rufus Norris’ Macbeth

Norris’ production is a moving theatrical piece that allows Lady Macbeth to be the puppeteer she has so desperately always wanted to be.

A Letter To: My college parents

Daaniel Issaq Chaudhry shows his filial love.

Night Out: Valentine’s at Park End

Daanial Issaq Chaudhry finds Park End an adequate substitute for a Valentine's day date

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OUCA Bullingdon ban reversed after motion branded ‘unconstitutional’

It comes less than a week after OUCA passed a motion claiming to move it "towards a more open, welcoming, and tolerant environment for all"

Entry requirements are an arbitrary measure

Oxford needs to look at more than just grades

Keble Warden ‘mightily sorry’ for undergrad accommodation cock-up

Failure to complete fire safety tests forced second and third year undergraduates to delay their arrival in Oxford

Gin and tonic’s history might leave you with a bitter taste

Colonialism, empire and disease: this tasty tipple has an interesting story

The Threepenny Opera Preview – ‘promises to be exhilarating’

This term's Playhouse show paints a heightened portrait of the inner-city's criminal underworld.