On the 22nd November Exeter College hosted a panel run by Tolerance Means Dialogues following their essay competition on the prompt: "At a time of great division, many see friction and no solutions. We draw on insights from many individuals about their experiences and other constructive ways to live together with our differences. How can intersectional thinking improve our laws?"
Shrouded in mystery, prestige and academic rigour, Oxford has long been an institution that many people have dreamt of studying at – me being one of them. But with the last single-sex college not admitting women until 1985, it’s easy to forget that not all too long ago, 50.89% of us (according to a 2022 statistic on the number of female students at Oxford) would not be welcome. Given Oxford’s history, a prospective applicant – and even a current student […]...


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