Students protest Oxford investments

Image Credit: Oxford Climate Justice Campaign The Oxford Climate Justice Campaign marched in protest on Wednesday for a “divested, disarmed and decolonized university”. The protest, which will take place on the National Day of Action on Divestment, will start at 12pm at Pembroke College. Protesters will then march to Exeter and New College.  According to […]

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“Admissions practices not nearly as bad as they are painted out to be”, says Vice-Chancellor

Louise Richardson, Vice-Chancellor of Oxford University, appeared as a panellist during today’s event at the Bonavero Institute of Human Rights. The event was titled “Confronting Illiberalism: The Role of the Media, Civil Society and Universities” and included three panel discussions, one on which the focus was on how universities can face the challenges of illiberalism. […]

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Sir Andrew Wiles Oxford’s first Regius Professor of Mathematics

The Queen has this month appointed Sir Andrew Wiles of Merton College as the University’s first Regius Professor of Mathematics. Regius Professorships are rare in Oxford; only 8 such positions existed before this month. The professorships exist in Civil Law, Divinity, Moral and Pastoral Theology, Ecclesiastical History, Hebrew, Medicine, Greek, Modern History, and now Mathematics. […]

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Ask the Vice Chancellor

  On Tuesday, the Oxford Student will be conducting an interview with Vice Chancellor Louise Richardson. We are giving you the opportunity to ask the questions. Tell us your questions before Tuesday, and we’ll select the best and most pertinent ones to ask Vice Chancellor Richardson. Just fill in the form below. [contact-form to=’[email protected]’ subject=’Ask the […]

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