Sunday Roast: 5th week whos?

How was your week? Terrible? Yes, we thought so. At least it’s Sunday, which means Rordon Gamsay is back with a roundup of the week’s top hits. Oxford careers service criticised for advertising “inaccessible” jobs Many companies in the graduate jobs market have been criticised for their unrealistic expectations for positions considered “entry-level” or requirements […]

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NEW EXCLUSIVE: Worcester graduate to be ‘in a peach’

Third week has been Rordon Gamsay’s busiest to date. Between covering the launch of SU leadership campaigns and infiltrating a spicy second-year group chat, our flagpole girth and bird-spotting correspondent couldn’t be more relieved to finally deliver this week’s very important breaking news.     Oxford Union Impeachment Fails: Standing Orders Misunderstood Rordon Gamsay exclusively […]

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Sunday Roast: Oxford students delighted by chance to mansplain stock market

Third week already?? Time flies when you’re having fun… Rordon Gamsay, our shoe size and sodium content correspondent, is back with an entirely serious and very analytical review of the week. Harris Manchester College placed in indefinite lockdown after AstraZeneca vaccine deemed ineffective Students at Harris Manchester College have been placed into an indefinite lockdown […]

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A queer Christian perspective on the OICCU

TW: Homophobia, transphobia, queerphobia, islamophobia, ableism, sexual harassment Queerness and Christianity is a unique intersection of identities, one that many still see as conflicting. This is becoming more and more evident in Oxford, where Christian communities are – intentionally or not – alienating and rejecting LGBT+ people of faith.  Balancing my own faith and sexuality […]

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Tutorials without tutors?

Image description: An empty classroom from the front. A hallmark of the University of Oxford’s educational approach is its tutorial system. Yet controversies and concerns about this system have risen over time. For example, in April 2015, Cherwell reported a controversy over comments made by Jonathan Black, head of Oxford’s Careers Service. According to Jonathan, […]

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Jesus College clarifies policy that left international students ‘hung out to dry’

Jesus College was criticised for its policy regarding quarantine arrangements for students returning from international destinations at the start of next term, and has since provided more detail and guidance. On the 11th November, Jesus sent an email to students, indicating that their “preferred option” was that students returning from abroad discuss their situation with […]

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