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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Gale and Bodleian Libraries Announce New Humanities Fellowships

Image Description: A picture of the top of the Radcliffe Camera.  The Bodleian Libraries and Gale, a Cengage Company, have joined forces to offer three new digital humanities fellowships called The Gale Scholar Asia Pacific, Digital Humanities Oxford Fellowships program. This exciting opportunity “will allow three scholars a three-month period of research into a digital […]

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SU President-Elect resigns following growing pressure from students

Image description: a moonlit radcam and the SU logo beside it.  Rashmi Samant, the President-Elect of the Oxford Student Union, has announced she is stepping down from her position following widespread criticism. This comes following a statement from the current Sabbatical Officers of the Student Union, in which they ‘sincerely apologised’ for the ‘hurt and […]

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SU President-Elect responds to controversy in open letter

   Image Description: A picture of the front of the Bodleian library.  Rashmi Samant, who recently won her campaign for the Oxford Student Union presidency, has released an open to respond to criticism surrounding controversial statements she has made in the past. In the letter, Samant says: “Though the recent developments might make it hard […]

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Exclusive interviews: charities to receive up to £10k each from RAG

Image Description: NHS staff hold “Thank you!” signs. CW: homelessness, eating disorders, drug addictions, mental health, death The Access Project, Homeless Oxfordshire, Oxford Hospitals Charity, and Beat will each be receiving up to £10,000 from Oxford Raise and Give (RAG). The four beneficiaries were chosen by students during the Oxford SU Annual Elections from a […]

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