Brexit means that an academic exodus is unavoidable

Oxford associate professor and former Lib Dem council candidate fears Brexit will undermine Britain’s research status

Sathnam Sanghera: “We’ve got to go through this painful process”

The Times columnist, a vocal critic of Oxbridge's admissions data, says that access is about attitude, not money

Oxford’s Bronze Award for Racial Diversity is an undeserved accolade

"As students we should try and get involved at the earliest possible stage to facilitate real opportunity for talented students"

Casual racism is endemic in Oxford

The lazy, demeaning discourse of male Oxford students who fetishise mixed-race women is unacceptable, writes Millie Chu. We must start treating it as such.

New colleges would improve Oxford’s access problem

They would demonstrate that this University is open to change

Cracking down on drug use is misguided

Funds would be better spent helping, not condemning

Total denuclearisation is a complete fantasy

We must re-evaluate our aims for North Korea

Our JCRs are essential to creating a democratic student environment

Saying JCRs are irrelevant is to dismiss the positive changes they implement

Oxford must change its essay obsession

The weekly grind of Oxford has detrimental effects on our learning, our mental health, and society at large

Oxford’s access problem runs deeper than statistics alone

Presenting Oxford’s social inequality as a number gives the impression it can be solved through a bit of adding and subtracting

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India’s legalisation of gay sex is India’s success, not the West’s

Western coverage of India's overturning of Section 377 was at best uninformed and at worst insulting

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