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Tuesday, June 28, 2022

Mohsin Khan

Power to the people

Centralised politics is stifling democracy    

Debate over college library inequalities

Oxford students have come out in favour of pooling college library resources but librarians across the University have rejected calls for book-sharing.A Cherwell survey...

University failing to provide childcare, say student parents

Student parents have criticised Oxford University for failing to provide enough nursery places and childcare support. Oxford’s provision of financial support for student parents...

Cinecism

Mohsin Khan compares foreign arthouse to eating cornflakesForeign art-house cinéma: it makes you think of cultured ideas and high-brow creativity. The reality? Boredom, immaturity,...

Foreign art-house cinéma: it makes you think of cultured ideas and high-brow creativity

Foreign art-house cinéma: it makes you think of cultured ideas and high-brow creativity. The reality? Boredom, immaturity, wanton shock, and two minutes of cleverness...

Bilawal steps up

Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, the Christ Church undergraduate who has been made leader of the Pakistani opposition, returned to Oxford on Wednesday nignt.

Animal extremists target academics

ANIMAL rights extremists have claimed responsibility for an arson attack after two Oxford scientists’ cars were set alight earlier this month.On 9 November, an...

Tainted money

OXFORD University has accepted a scholarship endowment from a Japanese corporation that used prisoner-of-war slave labour during the Second World War.Student groups have attacked...

Raise fees for middle class, says Butler

THE MASTER of University College has called for tuition fees to be raised so that the University can provide more financial assistance for poorer...

Study: Oxford third most expensive university in UK

OXFORD UNIVERSITY has the third highest cost-of-living index in the country, a study by The Independent has found. With rent and associated costs reaching...

New College JCR forced to pay in paintballing fiasco

NEW COLLEGE JCR has been forced to pay for an intercollegiate paintballing trip after Magadalen’s Entz Committee failed to sell enough tickets to the...

Dons defend DNA pioneer in race row

Dons have rallied behind a Nobel laureate accused of racism after he told reporters that black people were of lower intelligence than white.James Watson,...

Living out costs to rise after new Council plan

Oxford City Council has announced plans to extend licensing requirements for rented accommodation in the city, raising concerns that students will no longer be...

SPEAK rebuffed by Home Office

CALLS for Oxford University’s animal testing licence to be suspended pending a full Home Office inquiry have been thrown out by Parliament.Controversy surrounding the...