Sporting Biography: Gus Jones

Pippa Goodfellow and Ben Szreter continue our series profiling Oxford’s elite sportspeople.

Oxford rides into the sunset

Oxford University Polo Club inflicts a crushing varsity defeat on Cambridge rivals

Oxford inched out of victory at Henley Boat races

In a set of thrilling races the lightweights lose by the narrowest of margins whilst Oriel emerge triumphant

Why Vinnie’s should remain single-sex

Female membership of Vincent's Club would be a backwards step for Oxford Blues sport, according to Annabel Hazlitt

Cambridge crews heavier as Boat Race weigh-in takes place

On average Cambridge's men are 2.7kg heavier, and the women 4kg heavier, as the various crews look ahead to the next month of battles on the river.

How to Win (money) on Grand National Day

Cherwell's racing expert gives you his tips for betting at the Grand National.

Tabs left without a paddle against Oxford canoeists

OUCKC's varsity losses and victories

Interview: Constantine Louloudis

Ben Szreter talks rowing with Oxford’s own Olympian, Constantine Louloudis

Mixed Rugby Cuppers finale

Promotion for Oriel as Worcester slips into division three

Bolt: Catch him if you can

Caspar Eliot talks to Usain Bolt, the world's fastest man, about running, records and Ruud van Nistelrooy

Popular

A picture of the recurring glyph in Black Mirror that is an upside down Y and is the symbol used by Stefan when creating his routes in his game.

So that’s how Bandersnatch works, but did it snatch our respect?

From a design perspective, Bandersnatch falls into a lot of traps. Choices are quite infrequent and always binary, whereas it's standard for most interactive fiction games to allow you to choose almost every line of character dialogue. Isabella Welch discusses whether Bandersnatch is revolutionary or just manufactured hype on part of Netflix.

What’s on: Txking Oxford by Storm

TxkeOff and Land’s visit to Oxford will no doubt bring a new energy to the city, offering an elite clubbing experience to all its attendees with live artists performing
a stack of children's books in a wooden box

Knight Of: read the one percent

Juliet Garcia covers the launch of Knight Of's crowdfunding campaign, centred around BAME children's literature.

Is “straightwashing” the new “whitewashing”?

Llimiting actors to their sexual demographic is not the way forward: it would hurt LGBTQ+ actors far more than it would straight ones

Andy Murray – the champion we didn’t deserve

A sportsperson who never forgot his roots, Murray endured horrible vitriol to become a role model both on and off the court