Monday, February 18, 2019

Business School faculty join calls for Oxford to cut ties with...

The Saïd business school is facing calls from its faculty to end academic ties with Zimbabwe's finance minister.

Time to emulate Eton?

Abolish: Education secretary Damien Hinds has said he wishes to call time on the phrase ‘public school confidence’, mainly...

On Liam Neeson, sexual racism and the optics of white fragility...

If the rapist had been white, I doubt Neeson would have stalked the streets looking for any white man to attack.

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Preview: Made in Dagenham

A group of actors in the musical Made in Dagenham mid-song, each with their right fist in the air
A cheerful rendition of 'Payday' and some impressive character analysis make for a stunningly professional fifth week production.

The Crisis of Creon

A painting of Antigone condemned to death, surrounded by people having collapsed on the left of the painting
'Peripeteia', reversal of fortune, for Sophocles' Creon in 'Antigone' is a wincingly fatal consequence of his tragic decision.
Ball being delivered at the Gabba in Brisbane

Selection of Will Pucovski: a triumph from the unlikeliest of sources

Why the selection of Will Pucovski is a step in the right direction for mental health in sport
Fan celebrating in Saudi Arabias Riad Stadium

Saudi Arabia’s sporting mission

Do our sports stars have a duty to speak out? To positively mould their sphere of influence? Surely, we too, as fans, ticket-holders, tweeters, commenters, have a duty to question, to resist, to inform.

The Race is on

James Martin wonders whether Liverpool can hold on to win their first Premier League title?

Bop ’til you drop!

Cheaper, easier and all-round better than a night out, Bops are an iconic part of Oxford life

How to manage your work

Whether it's problem sheets or essays, here are some top tips to remember when it starts to pile on