Keble gym in silence

Numerous Keble students have been disappointed by the college’s decision to remove speakers from their gym. The gym remains popular amongst college students, yet concerns have been expressed regarding the fact they were not told of the speaker’s removal at the beginning of term, and they are keen for them to be reinstated. However, some […]

Continue Reading

Trinity’s motion for a gender identity representative fails to pass

At Trinity College’s last JCR meeting, a motion was proposed to introduce the appointment of a a gender identity representative, to work alongside the current LGBTQ+ officer, Jess Skelton. The role would have included working alongside welfare officers, attending SU and also JCR Equalities Committee meetings, as well as informing those within college of the […]

Continue Reading

Hertford student creates fundraiser to help pay £1000 college fine following house party

Hertford College has fined ten students £100 each for hosting a party in a designated college “quiet house,” leading one resident of the house to set up an online fundraiser seeking contributions. On Wednesday 29th May, junior deans shut down the party at 11:30pm after neighbours called to make noise complaints. According to Hertford, neighbours […]

Continue Reading

Presiding prof. of all-male drinking club appointed to Queen’s Equalities Committee

The Queen’s College has appointed a presiding fellow of the Eaglets Club to its Equalities Committee as a second harassment advisor. The Eaglets is an exclusive, male-only, ‘secret’ dining society based in, but not affiliated to, The Queen’s College. In a Governing Body meeting on 23rd January 2019, the Domestic Bursar informed members that a […]

Continue Reading

Anonymous donor gives £625,000 to Jesus College to support access programme

Oxford’s ‘Welsh College’ has received a £625,000 investment for access from, a single, anonymous donor. The mystery donor was identified as a former student, who is “keen to support its programme to encourage Welsh students from all backgrounds to apply to study at the College” Jesus College has gained an informal reputation as Oxford’s ‘Welsh’ […]

Continue Reading