Working harder, playing harder

At any one time it is estimated that 0.7% of the world’s population are drunk. In a microcosm such as Oxford this...

Balk at the Wild Side

It seems extremism in all shapes and forms is permeating so many aspects of our lives these days; aside from the everyday worries of...

Shock and Whore

The problem with extreme sex is that I’m not entirely convinced such a thing exists. If anything, it conjures ludicrous images of overweight women...

Violence is not golden

This nefarious exploration of all things savage is a deliberately perverse piece, to such an extent that to grasp either where it’s coming from...

Smashing Entertainment

Bash is a series of three short pieces that show us people who have been pushed over familiar boundaries. Labute’s vision is...

Court “underestimated” student’s life

The mother of Edmund Sutton, an Oxford student killed in a car crash last year, has expressed her anger and grief after the Cambridge...

Untitled Archive Articles

Left turn Oriel JCR is considering the use of legal force against College bursars. Oriel looks set to take the Estate Bursars Committee to...

Dons call for privatisation

Top college chiefs are pushing the University towards privatisation in a blow to both government tuition-fee plans and the student campaign against top-up fees....

Freshers’ bus stalls after media hype

Oxford students were portrayed as molly-coddled and spoon-fed by the national press last week in the wake of foiled plans by the Oxford University...

Meeting to defend Kelly’s faith

The Oxford Baha’i Society held an open meeting this week following the media frenzy surrounding the death of one of its followers, Dr David...

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Jacques-Louis David’s artistic revolution

David reinvents old stories in ways we don't expect

Café circuit: The Society Cafe

The Society Cafe is a haven in busy Oxford

Mental health support is a question of priorities

The press may scrutinise college endowments, but all of them have the resources to improve their provisions, says Fin Kavanagh

Medea Review – ‘vengeful, manipulative, and captivating’

More than just a play: 'Medea' reminds us why we go to the theatre

St Hilda’s adopts new divestment recommendations

The approved changes, initially recommended by St Hilda’s JCR Divestment Working Group, aim to align the college’s investments with the challenge of climate change