Queer spaces can benefit from the presence of allies

With Queerfest on the horizon, Naomi Packer considers the presence of straight people within queer spaces

Pro-life students have a right to speak out at Oxford

Anna Branford warns that the way in which she was shouted down by Oxford SU campaigners at a recent pro-life event sets a dangerous precedent

Lowering the voting age is unnecessary and wrong

Political awareness does not automatically entitle you to the vote, argues Jordan Bernstein

One awkward conversation is worth a thousand unwanted sexual advances

Awkward encounters are inevitable, but advances must be reasonable, writes Susannah Goldsbrough.

Poppies mark the season of patriotic sensationalism

Abusing those who choose not to wear a poppy risks turning a symbol of respect into an excuse for division, writes Matt Roller

Brexit’s humble beginnings in the Queen’s Lane Coffee House

“Brains of Brexit” Daniel Hannan tells Akshay Bilolikar how radical Tory students took over the UK

The Lola Olufemi ‘scandal’ is dishonest and damaging to BME progress

Silencing bias does not silence academic freedom, argues Brian Wong

Oxford’s southern obsession

As more attention is called to Oxbridge’s prejudiced admissions practices, Emma Carter analyses the barriers to entry for northern applicants

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
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