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Sunday, June 26, 2022

Amelia Horn

In Conversation with George Robinson

Series three of Sex Education cannot come soon enough. The hit show had over forty million households tune in to its first season, and I...

Finn Harries: changing the climate narrative

"How can we tell a new story on the climate crisis that creates a sense of optimism - because we need optimism to tackle this crisis and not fall into apathy and despair."

Teddy Hall technical issues cause election confusion in the JCR

"Some are arguing that they should have contacted the IT Officer or the JCR President. This is an unreasonable and dangerous argument. As a democratic principle, all those who are eligible to vote should be able to vote with the same ease as others and to expect these people to have to jump through a series of hoops to record their vote is unfair"

TikTok’s toxic ‘chav’ trend

"It seems the ‘chav’ caricature, which depicts the working class as trashy, aggressive and antisocial, is making a sinister comeback among a generation who appear ignorant of its role in demonising the lower classes."

Review: The Silent Patient

"If you’re looking for a good book, I’d give this one a miss, but I will it give it one thing- The Silent Patient is accidentally hilarious."

Blackwell’s bookshop has reopened

The popular bookshop began to welcome customers again on the 15th June

Friday Favourite: Amantes de cartón

Amid the national and global chaos, Hugo Ortega’s new book of poetry Amantes de cartón (Cardboard Lovers) is a quiet yet powerful exploration of...

Oxford to receive £150 million donation from former chair of Trump strategy forum

Stephen Schwarzman has been described as "the epitome of American capitalism"

Historian’s Oxford PhD error exposed on live radio

Fellow historian Matthew Sweet labelled Wolf’s mistake a “pretty basic error”

Trinity’s Welfare Turmoil

Trinity's attempt to tackle systemic welfare concerns have been met with complaints.

Oxford MP Layla Moran announces decision not to run for Lib Dem leadership

Moran was 2/1 second favourite with bookmakers Betway

Scholarship launched to help “break down barriers” for Muslim students

The scholarship is open to UK Muslim students facing financial hardship

Campaign launched urging Oxford students to register to vote

The college with the most voters registered will win a cash prize for their JCR.

Mooncups are the future

We must take sustainability as well as empowerment into account when discussing period poverty.