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‘Retelling Tales’ preview – “I heard stories that got inside my...

Lucy Enderby is impressed by the originality and emotive power of ‘Retelling Tales’

Not Forgetting William Hazlitt

Despite critical acclaim, William Hazlitt is now scarcely read.

Project 1917: The revolution will be tweeted

The historical Project 1917 is bringing new life to the Russian Revolution, writes Lucy Enderby

Exploring the poetry of the everyday world

Quiet, mysterious Haruki Murakami fuses local culture with global emotions, writes Lucy Enderby

Alain de Botton: “The university system is failing people”

Author Alain de Botton, founder of the School of Life, talks philosophy, mental health and the education system

In this fractured world, does empathy really hold us all together?

Against Empathy is a compelling and relevant reevaluation of compassion

Balliol’s beef with Burgerfest

The controversial Burgerfest festival is set to go ahead on 27 May despite Balliol College requesting that it should not as it falls within a “red zone” of dates

Torpids trophies inequality

Women have been able to enter Torpids since 1969, although the winners have never received a trophy

Vice-Chancellor slams safe-space culture

Louise Richardson speaks out against “cosseted” middle-class students’ “echo chamber” environments

Keep your ket use quiet online, says Exeter College

Undergraduates at Exeter have been warned against posting about their drug use on social media

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Premier League predictions as the football season restarts

With the premier league starting again Hamish Venters runs through his predictions for how the season will unfold.

Exclusive: Oxford employed monk convicted of child sex abuse despite ban

Father Bernard Green taught at a total of seven Oxford colleges between 2000 and 2012, but St. Benet's bosses were aware of the nature of his ban as early as 2006

Oxford City Council proposes renaming St Clement’s ward

The name of St Clement's Street will not be changed as part of the plans

Five Women Wearing the Same Dress Review – ‘an unusual choice for the Fringe’

An unusually long play for the Edinburgh Fringe sacrifices some clarity in plot to explore the dynamics between complicated women

Reflections of a soon-to-be finalist

Going into your final year at university can feel like a big change, but being a finalist doesn't mean you can't have any fun