Professor Biggar should be allowed to speak, even if we disagree

Our blanket decrial of Professor Biggar harms foreign policy and historical understanding

Colonial scars remain in Singapore, even if you can’t see them

Professor Biggar focuses on impacts he can quantify, ignoring the insidious impact colonialism had on institutional racism and politics

Blue passports remind us that Brexit is not for the young

Making British passports blue is an empty gesture, not a victory.

Small town communities step into a modern world

A local tragedy reveals social media's role in the persisting power of small town communities

Gender pronouns matter, especially at school

Misgendering isn’t an issue of ‘snowflake culture’ or free speech and should not be treated as such

Cutting time at university won’t cut inequality

Proposed plans to shrink university courses to two years ignores the true value of higher education, writes Lydia Higman

Ireland and the impossibility of Brexit

Adam John Ellison questions whether we can ever truly close the door on Europe if it means carving up our own nation

There is no such thing as a modern royal

As media hype builds around the royal wedding, Jay Staker wonders if the monarchy can ever change

SolidariTee: Student activism for global issues

The SolidariTee movement impresses Mouki Kambouroglou as an innovative form of student activism

The planet saving solution on our plates

As fear of environmental disaster escalates, Tom Ash argues that the solution is right in front of us, if only we could skip the late night kebab


A separate paper deems feminist philosophy abnormal

Students should question whether the introduction of the paper is necessarily a 'good thing'

Crazy bop at Exeter. But where were all the suckling pigs?

Oxford needs to re-evaluate its disciplinary methods

What’s cooler than Huel?

It seems man can indeed live on Huel alone. The question is, why would he ever want to?

Oxford Men make surprise late change to Boat Race crew

Joshua Bugajski, a veteran of two Boat Races, has been replaced by Benedict Aldous

Feminist philosophy will revolutionise our worldview

The new course is a step towards diversifying philosophy at oxford