What next for women and Vinnie’s?

Resident members of a 150 year old sporting and social club closely linked to Oxford University held a long-awaited vote on removing the ‘male only’ membership criterion. Those voting yes comprised well over half the poll, but not enough to reach a crucial two-thirds supermajority necessary to change the constitution. What happens next? This is […]

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OUSU referendum: Why you should vote No to compulsory Subfusc

State school pupils are five times less likely to apply to Oxford than their privately-educated counterparts. Evidence from free-school meals data and applications from different regions in the UK show further disparities. The reasons for this are multifaceted; inequalities in secondary education, myths about the admissions process and intimidating statistics can all contribute to the […]

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