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Sunday, June 26, 2022

Joe Stonor

Why Social Media’s Donald Trump Ban Should Scare Us

"We must wrest back control of the internet so that incidents such as the silencing of Donald Trump can be enjoyed, not mired in suspicion."

Three more University libraries reopen

The Sackler, Vere Harmsworth and Social Science libraries have all reopened as part of the Bodleian’s phased approach to increasing access to its on-site...

Anneliese Dodds accused of “sitting on the fence” over lockdown easing

Anneliese Dodds, the shadow chancellor and MP for Oxford East, has been accused of “sitting on the fence” after avoiding stating whether the Labour Party supports...

Coronavirus trial involving Oxford NHS staff paused following safety concerns

A clinical trial of anti-malarial drugs involving Oxford healthcare workers has been paused following guidance from the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA)...

Met Gala 2020: keeping the spirit alive with Alexa Chung

For the true aficionado, awaiting eagerly their night amongst fashion’s aristocracy in a New York gallery, the indefinite postponement of this year’s Met Gala...

Labour frontbencher taught Trump’s Press Secretary politics at Oxford

Kayleigh McEnany, the recently appointed White House press secretary and former CNN commentator spent a year at Oxford under the supervision of a prominent...

Access scheme launched to pair prospective applicants with Oxford students

Last week two Oxford students announced the launch of Oxbuddy, a new platform that aims to encourage sixth-formers from disadvantaged backgrounds to apply to...

Storm Ciara destroys part of Oxfordshire Wildlife Rescue

Storm Ciara, which has ravaged much of Britain and parts of mainland Europe over the course of the last week, has turned its wrath upon an Oxford animal sanctuary. Oxfordshire...

Council strengthens focus on private housing

Oxford City Council is planning “the largest change to rules around private rented accommodation in Oxford for a decade,'' as it seeks to improve...

St Anne’s and Christ Church launch Aim for Oxford scheme in the North-East

St Anne’s launched its “new sustained outreach program” Aim for Oxford alongside Christ Church on Saturday. The scheme is aimed at emboldening students attending...