“There is a God”: A view from the Oxfordshire count

Labour relief, Tory frustration and cross-party anticipation for the general election fight ahead are all on show, writes Iris Kaye-Smith

Neknominate: should we oppose this lethal trend?

Following recent debate, Louee Dessent-Jackson and Will Railton discuss whether the ‘NekNomination’ phenomenon has gone too far

Scholars’ gowns should inspire, not intimidate

We shouldn't feel snubbed, nor that we don't deserve our places at Oxford

Unheard Oxford: The Rev’d Dr George Westhaver

Another view on the dreaming spires. This week, Alex Walker talks to George Westhaver, the Principal of Pusey House, about students, fellowship and faith

A good week for US liberty?

Joe Miles evaluates whether the DOMA ruling has done enough for personal liberties in the US, in the same week as the Snowden affair escalates

The Fire this Time

Amaka Opara gives her reaction to the riots in Baltimore.

Sex, Drugs, and Taboo

Millie McLuskie questions the legality of prostitution and drugs after her trip to Amsterdam.

Not quite so straight forward

'Most people are open-minded, but homophobia still exists in Oxford', says Annis Stead

Margaret Thatcher: An Immediate Reflection

Tom Perrin reflects on what the Iron Lady's legacy following her death at the age of 87.

Dining club’s bad taste lingers

Tom Robinson argues that the Gridiron Club's failed attempt to admit female members is another example of Oxford dining clubs' growing irrelevance at the University


Jee Saheb: A joy

The traditional restaurant sticks to the classics from India, Bangladesh, and Pakistan

Banishing elitist traditions, de-mystifying applications, and peer support

Three students weigh in on how to tackle Oxbridge's access problem

True West Review – ‘this is truly sweet suburban silence’

Sam Shepard's play explores the tensions behind the American Dream.
Cartoon sketch of Karl Lagerfeld in the style of a barbie doll

Chanel Métiers d’Art: the star-spangled update Lagerfeld needed

Chanel's latest show sees Karl break out of the comfort zone in unapologetic extravagance.
Kate Tempest onstage with a microphone

Poetry in motion: the nature of lyrics

Should lyrics be given the same respect as poetry?