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International lawyers sign Oxford Statement protecting healthcare from cyber-attacks

More than 120 lawyers have signed the Oxford Statement on the International Law Protections Against Cyber Operations Targeting the Health Care Sector. The Oxford...

Oxford graduate launches digital mentoring for students from disadvantaged backgrounds

22-year old Oxford graduate Joe Seddon has launched Zero Gravity, a digital mentoring startup connecting state school students from low socioeconomic backgrounds with undergraduate...

Oxford, Reviewed

The Radcliffe Camera The pièce de résistance, the joire de vivre, the petit filous, the jewel in Oxford’s mighty, mighty crown. You’ve posted the shit...

Researchers at Oxford University launch international study to assess the effects of COVID-19 in pregnancy

On the 24th of April, researchers at the University of Oxford launched a global study to evaluate the effects of Covid-19 in pregnancy. The...

‘L’appetito viene mangiando’: why Southern Italian food is the best in the world

To make Italian food is a labour of love, and requires a love of labour

Ode to a Waitress

‘I’d rather be doing anything, anything than this shit’, falls out between hysterical bouts of sobs – my Mum didn’t sign up for this....

Keble Women’s Rugby: a ‘Sisterhood’

Dragging myself out of bed at 7am on a biting January morning, the promise of a Keble hall hash brown (however anticlimactic) is the...

Review: Uncle Vanya

While some other directors nowadays try their best to keep the stage and costumes as simplistic as possible in modern adaptations of period theatre...