Monday, May 20, 2019

Oxford University Hospitals staffing woes persist

The trust has exceeded its annual agency staff spending cap, as well as seeing an increase in the number of EU nurses leaving their posts.

Income is the access elephant in the room

It will soon be time for Oxford to release its annual undergraduate admissions statistics. With all the...

The long read: the new body movement

Why the rise of the body neutrality movement is cause for celebration.

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REVIEW: The Ruling Class – ‘actualises an eccentric and absurdist sense...

A woman sitting on a chaise long, dressed on an old fashioned dress, looking at a man dressed in white robes with a red cross on the front
Stage Wrong Productions' The Ruling Class delivers an outrageous and satirical examination of English upper-class society

Behind Closed Drawbridges

Why are we so fascinated by stories of royalty?

Super Saturday Double-Header in Women’s Rugby

The time was here. The stage was set. The teams were ready. A grey and overcast Saturday of 1st Week provided the...

Trials and Tests for female cricketers

Claire Taylor, an alumnus of The Queen’s College, Oxford, is known for being one of the best female cricketers England has ever...

Brookes receive an (indoor) kicking

Next year, there will be two new teams sporting the famous dark blue strip for Oxford University Association Football Club (OUAFC), as...

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