The Union should not welcome Jordan Peterson

Different opinions are one thing, but Peterson is unworthy of an invitation

“Boredom is counter-revolutionary”

The only comparable manifestations of the desire for social change in political change have been deeply reactionary, with the rise of right-wing, populist leaders, like Trump and Le Pen.

Oxford owes students money over strikes

The University must be held accountable for lost teaching time for failing to resolve staff strikes

The rights and responsibilities of fighting ‘evil speeches’

We violate our liberties if we give way to censorship, but freedom should not entail letting hate speech go unchallenged

The simplification of our politics is a modern scourge

Simplistic, outraged rhetoric and a failure to focus on nuance prevents proper debate at a time when it is more important than ever

Oxbridge going private would say goodbye to diversity

Copying the American university structure will take improving access off the agenda and polarise students

The Union’s celebration of diversity hides our true divides

Technology is widening social gaps, writes Alexander Curtis

Gender equality is not purely monetary

We have seen businesses labelled sexist by pay gap data. But these statistics serve only to reinforce gender divides.

We must share the outrage of the Windrush generation

We must be willing to listen.

Hyeonseo Lee interview: “Until I don’t have to, I will continue...

Once loyal to the regime, now determined to share the truth: North Korean defector Hyeonseo Lee speaks to Oscar Baker about her mission.

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Different flavours in the Caribbean

The variety and intensity of Caribbean cuisine is far flung from minimalist European food

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Sexism in Jazz

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