"Working a job during university, it’s easy to become dissociated from both: always slightly excluded from the freedoms of non-working students, but never able to fully relate to the lives of coworkers."
Creating an aura of exclusivity around a philosophy which can, realistically, only be elevated above the status of a social statement to become genuinely impactful with mass participation, is entirely counter intuitive.
The power of identity is arguably greater today than ever before. The stale, collective “British” identity is slowly being pervaded by the vibrant diversity...
"Oxford may be one of the best universities around the world, but if we pay the same as everyone else for tuition, why can’t we pay the same for entertainment?"
The UK’s least socially inclusive university is in need of radical admissions reform
The issue is not a simple matter of discrimination but long term deficiencies in cultural upbringing in less privileged students
This year’s intake of freshers was made up of a total of 1,070 18-year-old women, compared to 1,025 men
Startling figures released by Cherwell last week are indicative of educational divides that arise much earlier than Oxford admissions, argues Rachel Collett
Privileged elite continue to dominate Oxbridge admissions
Thomas Athey finds Public Service Broadcasting's 'Every Valley' has many peaks
Eimer McAuley discusses class at Oxford and debunks the myth that we are all the same when we graduate
Chloe Dootson-Graube investigates the outdated stigma surrounding fashion’s worst nightmare