Shelled out

Environmental activists forced Shell’s clean energy pop-up stall to close on Tuesday, as part of a protest against the University’s engagement with the energy company. Around ten protesters brandished petitions, flyers and a hand-painted banner outside the Shell make-shift stand on Broad Street. Half an hour after the scheduled start of the protest, the stall […]

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Greens lambast unequal pay for Oxford staff

Oxford University has ranked third on the list of worst performers in a recent report on staff salaries by the Young Greens organisation. The report reveals that Oxford,among several other universities, pays some of its non-academic staff under the so-called “Living Wage” rate. As 119 members of its staff receive salaries of over £140,000, the Green Party argues Oxford University can afford to […]

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News from the Light Blues

Baroness Hale visited the Cambridge Union Society prompting various History student hacks to enquire ‘Who?’ whilst law students fan-girled inappropriately and glared at the moron who asked her what the hell the judiciary was doing implementing EU Directives. One of Cambridge’s best (aka only) clubs was roundly decried as ‘looking like a sex shop’ after […]

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