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Strictly Straight Dancing: Why millennials no longer watch TV

Young people have switched off the box, could values have something to do with it?

Circus life is no life for animals

In a week where Oxford hosts a circus, should be asking what place do animals still have in these performances?

Somerville all-women panel highlights plight of female refugees

The World Refugee Day discussion comes in a series of panels aiming to give women a greater platform

Protestors call for divestment at Clarendon Building rally

Oxford Climate Justice Campaign called on the University and its colleges to divest from the fossil fuel industry

Let’s Talk About: Incels

A brief guide to the alt-right's answer to a lonely hearts club

Mental health support is a question of priorities

The press may scrutinise college endowments, but all of them have the resources to improve their provisions, says Fin Kavanagh

Fatal attraction: why we smoke

The uncomfortable truths about why smoking is still so popular

It’s time to talk about hangover anxiety

For many the morning after the night before is dominated by 'The Fear'

Ode to an Entz Rep

Fin Kavanagh reflects upon the realities of one of the strangest JCR positions

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Keble students stranded after accommodation cock-up

Undergraduates have been ordered to postpone their arrival due to new graduate accommodation awaiting completion

‘No Offence’ and ‘Antinuous: Boy Made God’ at the Ashmolean

A review of the museum's latest exhibitions which are dedicated to telling LGBTQ+ stories

Fandom: democracy or tyranny?

Hollywood's decisions have become increasingly determined by internet fandoms

70% of students only drink to fit in, says NUS survey

Almost half of the survey’s participants claimed that prior to starting university they had a perception that students spent most of their time getting drunk.

Oxford ranked as Britain’s least socially inclusive university

Just one in ten students at Oxford view themselves as working class while over 60% of students went to a private or grammar school.