A conversation about the degree that nobody understands
With Cameron's speech tomorrow, the war of words before the next election is starting to heat up.
The dominant forces, the underperformers, the overachievers, the standout individuals, the record breakers and the trophy winners — Aleks Klosok gives his verdict on all the runners and riders in what has been another eventful season in the Scottish Premier League
In case you thought 2009 would be any different
Universities are more than merely merit-obsessed, mechanical institutions
...so should subscription-only scientific publishing be fossilised?
Round up of the week's politics, both in Oxford and out
Aldate has been thinking a little more about the podcast thing. All it takes to get quotes on news stories is a quick phone call, and cutting them into useful chunks doesn't take too long at all. So maybe the Oxide news team should think about a weekly news podcast, speaking to the people involved in the stories that the papers have covered. Given that the OxStu are in the room next door, getting the contact details needn't be a huge problem either. A quick response to a comment in the liveblog post: Having carefully read Aldate's advice, it seems to me that he'd have us scrap Oxide as a live medium True. and use it for podcasting only; Also true. (although he doesn't think anyone will actually listen to the podcasts Wrong. Aldate said "not many people would listen to them unless they were rea
Rachael Griffith takes us on a trip far from the madding pistes
The Browne Review turns out to be quite a bit more progressive than we're led to believe.