9th May 2010

An unjust war?

By David Thomas

When deciding to go to war, there are two spheres of thought the responsible statesman must consider. Firstly, he must…

9th May 2010

Police report contradicts Israeli minister’s claim of abuse by Union member

By Carl Lewis

Police have found no evidence for the widely reported claim that a student protester shouted “Slay the Jews” during an Israeli minister’s speech at the Oxford Union last term.

Police have found no evidence for the widely reported claim that a student protester shouted "Slay the Jews" during an Israeli minister's speech at the Oxford Union last term.
9th May 2010

Tories avoid student hustings

By Rebecca Lees

Conservative candidates from both Oxford constituencies failed to attend hustings at Wadham, Wolfson and St Hugh’s colleges.

Conservative candidates from both Oxford constituencies failed to attend hustings at Wadham, Wolfson and St Hugh’s colleges.
9th May 2010

Interview: Ash

By Tom Moyser

Tom Moyser chats to Tim Wheeler about Star Wars and why the album format should be confined to a galaxy far, far away

Tom Moyser chats to Tim Wheeler about Star Wars and why the album format should be confined to a galaxy far, far away
11th February 2010

Colleges’ fund losses raise fears of tough times ahead

By Winston Featherly-Bean

College endowments mostly took a beating in the past year, newly-released financial accounts show, raising fears of budget squeezes ahead as colleges are less able to rely on investment income to cover costs. Alongside shrinking endowments are steadily rising operating costs for the colleges, including staff wages and building maintenance, which in some cases are outstripping inflation.

College endowments mostly took a beating in the past year, newly-released financial accounts show, raising fears of budget squeezes ahead as colleges are less able to rely on investment income to cover costs. Alongside shrinking endowments are steadily rising operating costs for the colleges, including staff wages and building maintenance, which in some cases are outstripping inflation.
14th January 2010

Interview: Peter Tatchell

By News Team

Alistair Walker discusses Mugabe, religion and making the world a better place with human rights activist Peter Tatchell.

Alistair Walker discusses Mugabe, religion and making the world a better place with human rights activist Peter Tatchell.