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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Editorial: Russell Group student newspapers for no-detriment policy

Image description: the logos of the student newspapers backing this statement.  As the editors of Russell Group student newspapers, we are writing collectively to request a reversal of the Russell Group’s statement, 7 January 2020, ‘on ensuring fair assessment and protecting the integrity of degrees.’ As editors, not only are we students or recent students […]

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Should the Oxford collegiate system be subject to greater centralisation?

Image description: An aerial view of Oxford, including the Radcliffe Camera and other college buildings. ‘Oxford’s 38 colleges and six permanent private halls are both an integral part of the collegiate University and also independent, self-governing academic communities. Diverse in age, size and scope, all contribute significantly to the core activities of the University:  learning […]

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