Wednesday, May 18, 2022
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EU students lose ‘Home’ status from 2021

EU, EEA, and Swiss national students will be classified as 'International' and will no longer qualify for 'Home' fee status and associated loans and...

Social bubbles proposed for route out of lockdown

A study by a team of researchers from the Oxford Leverhulme Centre for Demographic Science suggests creating ‘social bubbles’ to increase the efficiency of...

Now do I belong?: The effects of early-onset impostor syndrome

As Hilary Term drew to a close and we sat in my friend’s room, anticipating a final night out, we reflected on how we’d...

University losses to cost economy £6bn and 60,000 jobs, while Treasury...

The COVID-19 pandemic and consequent recession will lead to a steep reduction in student numbers, causing a £2.5bn funding “black hole” with dramatic impacts...

Oxford struggles to retain academics after Brexit vote

Chancellor Chris Patten said that universities must stand up for themselves

Vice-Chancellor opposes pay regulation

Professor Richardson stressed that the focus of pay reform should be the process of deciding salaries, rather than regulation of wage levels

Oxford helped ‘drive through’ controversial pension reforms

Colleges were counted as individual institutions in the pension policy survey, allegedly giving them disproportionate influence

Students march in support of academic staff

Oxford SU encouraged students not to use departmental facilities, though college teaching will not be affected

Oxford SU votes to support UCU strike

The motion called on students to support their lecturers and tutors, even if that means not attending classes

LGBTQ+ Soc slams red free speech ranking

Oxford was named the most “ban-happy” university in the magazine Spiked's league table