New College launches scholarship for Black British students

Image description: Oxford city skyline with the Radcliffe Camera included  New College has recently launched a scholarship aimed at economically disadvantaged Black British students. The Robert Allen Perkins Scholarship, it is open to all successful applicants who identify as Black British and qualify for the Oxford bursary (having a household income of under £42,875). The […]

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Prince Charles visits Oxford

Image Description: Prince Charles joins EU leaders at Low Carbon Prosperity Summit. On the 8th of June, Tuesday, the Prince of Wales visited Somerville College as it celebrates its 140th anniversary and marks 100 years of Oxford degrees for women. Prince Charles was greeted on arrival by Somerville’s Principal, Baroness Janet Royall. Baroness Royall accompanied […]

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Queen’s MCR constitutional changes “misguided”

Image Description: A picture of the front Quad at Queen’s College. The Queen’s College MCR has cancelled a series of constitutional changes after concerns were raised about some of the proposals, describing the suggested changes as “misguided”. These changes included no longer making consent workshops compulsory, and also amending rules around the expulsion of members […]

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Graduations postponed up until August

Image Description: A picture of the front of the Bodleian library.   The Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Education announced today in an email to undergraduate and postgraduate finalists that all graduation ceremonies until the end of August 2021 have been postponed. Graduates from last year also received an email informing them that ceremonies that had been planned for May […]

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College’s respond to University update

Image Description: The front entrance of the Bodleian Library Colleges and Faculties have begun to react to the University’s announcement yesterday morning. The Balliol College Master told undergraduate students that they would be able to return for the beginning of Trinity, while other colleges including University College told students that, as stated in government guidance, students […]

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