Max Long discusses landscape, people and place with Robert MacFarlane, author of The Old Ways
A Junior tribunal has declared the referendum invalid after evidence of foul play was revealed over the weekend
'Places are not the same by night. They are transformed. Shapes and forms take on different sizes, colours and shades. Perspective becomes blurred, sounds sharper'
“Under no circumstances should any students enter the Deer park. We will treat this extremely seriously”
'In such a forest there is of course much more than visual pleasure; there’s the sound of wind bending and creaking age-old timber, or the whiff of damp leaves, the smell of air, damp, imbued with life.'
'Port Meadow is steeped in myth; it’s the unploughed landscape, the land earned from resisting the Danes, a sacred spot where the Freemen graze their cattle'
Max Long argues in favour of staying affiliated with the National Union of Students in the upcoming referendum
Kostas Chryssanthopoulos offered his resignation this evening after storming out of Thursday's debate in protest against the Union President Ben Sullivan
Turmoil engulfs the Oxford Union Society as the Librarian Kostas Chryssanthopoulos speaks out against the President
Standing Committee vote to withdraw a motion to pay for Ben Sullivan's Â£1,200 legal expenses amidst concerns over Union Rules
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Spanish student Max Long discusses international students, the fees they pay and the cultural aspect of their time at Oxford