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Sunday, June 26, 2022

Isabella Colletta

University College’s expansion approved by Oxford City Council

University College’s proposal to build 150 student rooms in Banbury Road has been granted planning permission by Oxford City Council, the college has confirmed. The...

Oxford Botanic Garden reopens

The University of Oxford Botanic Garden and Arboretum officially reopened to the public on 22nd June following their temporary closure in response to the...

In Conversation with Kris Hallenga

In 2019 Kris Hallenga posted a letter addressed to her past self on the CoppaFeel website, recognising a decade since she had been diagnosed...

Oxford researchers lead drug trial into alternative COVID-19 treatments

Researchers at the University of Oxford are working alongside NHS associates as part of a team to carry out a new clinical drug trial to aid...

Six Oxford professors elected as Fellows to Academy of Medical Sciences

Six Oxford professors have recently been awarded Fellowships by the Academy of Medical Sciences, an independent body which represents the diversity of medical sciences...

Oxford colleges provide meals for the vulnerable

A number of Oxford colleges have joined forces to assist with an Oxford Mutual Aid (OMA) project to make and deliver hot meals to...

In Conversation with Dame Harriet Walter

I feel pretty self-assured in characterising Dame Harriet Walter as a “familiar favourite” of British drama. With a prolific tenure at the RSC in...

Comfort Films: What We Do in the Shadows

Niche is one way to describe a dark comedy about a group of vampires muddling through day-to-day life in Wellington suburbia. However, Taika Waititi...

Oxford City Council promises hotel rooms to homeless amid coronavirus outbreak

Oxford City Council has pledged additional support for rough sleepers amidst the COVID-19 outbreak. The City Council announced on Wednesday that it intended to provide hotel rooms...

The Pandemic of Panic Buying

Stockpiling exposes the vulnerabilities of the food aid system

Ignoring the International

Parasite must surely be one of the most remarkable films of this year’s awards season. Director Bong Joon Ho’s anti-capitalist satire and thriller has...

Cracking on Love Island

Love Island has returned to our screens for the winter season, bringing back the glossy drama and soft-porn camera shots that have taken over British televisions for the past few summers.

‘A bit of Bah Humbug’: Christmas in Great Expectations

Dickens is the perfect post-Christmas antidote to anyone exhausted by the festive season