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Fighting for ISIS doesn’t make you less human

Society's high ideals should not be forfeited in favour strict laws, warns Rosie Duthie

Caring about O’Mara’s past is not pedantic – it’s our duty

The O’Mara case is a good example of the role the news media can play, writes Benedict George

Balls are the clearest indication of Oxford’s elitism problem

Lavish balls give the impression that Oxford is inclusive in name only, argues Catherine Cibulskis

The new Westgate Centre is a failure for social housing

To not acknowledge our responsibility to this city is to become complicit in the social cleansing of Oxford, writes Simon Neumaier

The collegiate system is in need of change

The vice chancellor's proposals to increase Oxford centralisation are both innocuous and sensible, writes Daniel Kodsi

Questions alone don’t tell the story of an Oxford interview

In the wake of Oxford publishing an insight into its interviews, Roddy Jackson warns that the process will not be demystified by headline-grabbing questions

Exeter would be right to ban smoking, and other colleges should...

Everyone has the right to clean and fresh air in their home, writes Emily Patterson

The freshers’ ‘slave auction’ wasn’t just ill-judged banter. It goes deeper

Saying "they can't take a joke" suggests that slavery can be a joke

Forget sensationalism, Lammy should focus on social inequality

When it comes to shameful admissions statistics and Lammy's baseless claims, the blame does not just fall on Oxford, writes Arya Tandon

David Lammy: “You cannot describe Oxford as an inclusive environment”

Labour MP David Lammy tells Will Dry why he’s taking on Oxford’s “exclusive” application process, and how students should help
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