‘Boycott the Oxford Union’ campaign launched in response to invitation of ‘fascist and racist figures’

A new campaign has been launched to boycott the Oxford Union following its decision to invite figures described by the campaign as ‘fascist and racist’. Triggered in particular by the announcement of Katie Hopkins as a speaker for Trinity 2019, the campaign asks students to pledge not to attend Union events and has created an […]

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May Day 2019: our coverage

This May Day, approximately 13,500 Oxford residents showed up to Magdalen Bridge for May Morning. The celebration of May Day in Oxford goes back over five centuries. The Magdalen College choir began its performance at 6am and was followed by dancing and music across Oxford throughout the morning. Paula Redway, Oxford City Council’s cultural development […]

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In defence of stash

As a wearer and lover of stash, I thought I would respond to an article, published by the OxStu, in which my beloved stash faced the opprobrium of a fellow student who sadly misses the point of stash altogether. I proudly admit to owning a plethora of different articles of stash, which includes a puffer jacket, […]

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