The importance of liberty of conscience

Nathan Pinkoski, Presient of the Catholic Newman Society, argues against a compulsory JCR contraception levy

Question Time: It could have been so much better

The BBC was right to give us a chance to cross examine Nick Griffin. Question Time wasn't the right format.

A troubling relationship: the UK and Saudi Arabia

Alex Walker examines the government's refusal to face up to Saudi Arabia's appalling human rights record

Africa’s Caesar: the paradox of Paul Kagame

Luke Samuel discusses the ambition, determination and dark side of Rwanda's Paul Kagame

Interview: Ian McKellen

Ian McKellen talks elitism, Downton Abbey and Stonewall with Helen Thomas

The disturbing side of quizzing by Somerville’s Captain

Michael Davies from University Challenge writes about the more perverse aspects of quizzing

All work and no praise makes Jack a dull boy

Stephanie Sy-Quia argues that a fifth week free would do little for Oxford students

The great Magdalen bail

It is not just workloads putting students off Ball committee roles

Yes please

Max Long argues in favour of staying affiliated with the National Union of Students in the upcoming referendum

Massachusetts in Red

Clement Knox analyses the Republican victory in Massachusetts


The Witching Hour

A séance themed photo shoot

Overlord combines fun, gore, and flaws galore

An entertaining yet terrifying film that will keep you on the edge of your seat

Sufjan Stevens: Saying is believing

Everything about Stevens’ work is an attempt to love right, and to believe right

How to beat the fifth week blues

Brownies, smoothies and good-old chicken nuggets: this is your guide

Journey’s End preview – a play about brotherhood

Bessie Yuill finds an emphasis on WW1's individual soldiers and their relationships in this Remembrance Day production