In defence of a political NUS

To many students, the NUS represents little more than its discount card. But when it takes a stand, it is students’ first line of defence against education cuts, tuition fee hikes and oppression on campus. Earlier this April, I and four other delegates went to the NUS Conference to represent Oxford. An annual event, Conference […]

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Rival farming groups at each udders’ goats

Two rival farming groups held their annual conferences in Oxford early this January. The 2014 Oxford Farming Conference was held from the 6th-8th, with events and talks in the Examination Schools, Christ Church, and the Oxford Union, while the Oxford Real Farming Conference was hosted by Magdalen, Jesus, and the Turl Street Kitchen from the 6th to the 7th. Speakers this year included Dacian Cioloş, […]

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