Student Spotlight: IntoGrad

IntoGrad is a new organisation working to increase the accessibility of postgraduate study, which has long been an issue. Here we find out more from Emma Lalande and Dom McGann, two postgraduate students studying at Oxford. What is IntoGrad? IntoGrad is a non-profit organisation that aims to demystify the postgraduate application process, and combat the […]

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Eating Disorders: the epidemic in Oxford before COVID

Image description: a figure in a darkened room looking out of a window [CW: eating disorders, disordered eating, bulimia, anorexia, mental health difficulties] Many of our most precious memories, particularly at university, are the moments spent with friends. Feeling a sense of meaningful connection to others is so important to human quality of life. What […]

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Student Spotlight: Jacari

Image description: A blue background with a yellow logo: Jacari. Time to teach The Oxford Student spoke to both Freya Turner, Lead Coordinator for Jacari in Oxford, and Nailah Ranjan, student co-President, about the charity, and their upcoming 65th Anniversary. Even before the COVID-19 pandemic, the effects of educational inequality had already been strongly felt […]

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St Peter’s persisting with Loach event despite worries over antisemitism

Image description: St Peter’s College viewed from New Inn Hall Street [CW: Antisemitism]   There are growing concerns at St Peter’s college over the upcoming ‘Ken Loach in Conversation’ event. Jewish students have noted that previous statements by Loach have been antisemitic according to the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA) working definition, which the University […]

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