Oxford University responds to claims their vaccine is inefficient in over-65s

Image Description: a cartoon image of the COVID-19 virus with the Radcliffe Camera in the background.  Oxford University has responded to claims that the efficacy of the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine in over-65s is not as high as previously reported. The German Heath Ministry has attributed the reports to a misreading of statistics. German media reports had […]

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Undergrads Simon Upton and Marceline Bresson on starting a new society to discuss Europe on the eve of Brexit

Simon Upton and Marceline Bresson are 2nd year undergraduates at Teddy Hall, studying PPE and E&M respectively. They have recently set up their own University Society, Oxford European Forum, as a space to discuss Europe holistically rather than in the context of any political agenda – and they are now recruiting for members. I met […]

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2 Edgy 4 Glasto: The OxStu Guide to This Summer’s Best Music Festivals

Glastonbury, Reading, Roskilde, Primavera Sound. Names that roll off the tongue and get those same tongues wagging about lineup releases, set time clashes and the inevitable festival camping travails in the equally inevitable torrential downpour. If you’re reading this, however, chances are that you’re already familiar with the aforementioned heavyweights and are looking for an […]

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What does Brexit mean for ERASMUS?

Jo Johnson, Minister of State for Universities and Science, said in a statement in June 2016, “The UK’s future access to the Erasmus+ programme will be determined as a part of wider discussions with the EU.” Since these wider discussions have so far determined basically nothing, it’s not surprising that students and those concerned with […]

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Vulfpeck shine at Brooklyn Bowl

No one I’d spoken to in Oxford had heard of Vulfpeck, nor have I ever heard them played on British radio. Yet the four-piece funk outfit’s first foray into Europe, comprising three London shows and one in Dublin, sold out in short order. Blending old-school soul with snappy and occasionally eccentric funk, the group has […]

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