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Inequality at universities is a symptom, not a cause

Social injustice occurs before students even apply

Oxford could face ‘sanctions’ over access inequality, says Education Committee

Just 2.8% of the University’s intake were from students who live in areas classified as the most difficult to engage in higher education

Working-class students pay more for university, NUS report says

Spiralling accommodation fees are outstripping maintenance loans, leaving poorer students struggling to meet costs, the NUS says

Life Divided: Formal or Normal?

Are formals a harmless tradition, or an extravagant excess?

Oxford should not bear all the blame for its access problem

It was recently revealed that only 2.8% of Oxford’s intake for 2018 will come from areas defined as the most difficult to engage in higher education

How Oxford culture is dominated by the most privileged

The issue is not a simple matter of discrimination but long term deficiencies in cultural upbringing in less privileged students

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

David Lammy: “You cannot describe Oxford as an inclusive environment”

Labour MP David Lammy tells Will Dry why he’s taking on Oxford’s “exclusive” application process, and how students should help

David Lammy slams Oxford for “social apartheid”

Nearly one in three colleges didn't accept any black British A-Level students in 2015