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Sunday, June 26, 2022

Oscar Baker

Jacob Rees-Mogg interview: ‘I know the establishment only too well’

Jacob Rees-Mogg talks to Oscar Baker about his Oxford days, free speech and yes, Brexit

Hillary Clinton becomes Mansfield fellow

The former Secretary of State unveiled a statue of Eleanor Roosevelt at the Monday evening event

First-generation, black student launches crowdfund to take up Oxford place

Roy Celaire aims to become an academic anthropologist to "work on the issues confronting members of the black community in Britain."

Oxford student successful in campaign for mother’s right to cross Mexico-US border

Bill De La Rosa launched a campaign after U.S. authorities denied his mother's plea to visit his dying father one last time

Prime Minister’s former chief of staff becomes Wadham fellow

Nick Timothy resigned from Downing Street in the aftermath of the 2017 General Election

St. John’s tops 2018 Norrington Table

60 of 109 Finalists at the College are awarded Firsts, with 94% of Finalists across the University achieving at least a 2.1

Exclusive: Oxford employed monk convicted of child sex abuse despite ban

Father Bernard Green taught at a total of seven Oxford colleges between 2000 and 2012, but St. Benet's bosses were aware of the nature of his ban as early as 2006

Oxford student loses bid to appeal boyfriend stabbing conviction

Lavinia Woodward stabbed her then boyfriend with a breadknife in the December 2016 attack

Union denies censoring whistleblowing panel video

Heather Marsh, who spoke on the panel, claimed that the society’s staff had been “comically obfuscating” since the event

Oxford has “world-beating student experience” but unoriginal teaching, says survey

A new survey shows that Oxbridge students rate their university experience significantly higher than undergraduates at other Russell Group institutions

The simplification of our politics is a modern scourge

Simplistic, outraged rhetoric and a failure to focus on nuance prevents proper debate at a time when it is more important than ever

Oxford students to sue University over strikes

SU condemns “consumer-rights approach” to compensation case

Hyeonseo Lee interview: “Until I don’t have to, I will continue my work.”

Once loyal to the regime, now determined to share the truth: North Korean defector Hyeonseo Lee speaks to Oscar Baker about her mission.

Tariq Ramadan paid woman for silence over relationship

The Oxford professor of contemporary Islamic studies is detained facing charges of rape, following allegations from three other women