Number of undergraduate students declaring a disability rises to 18%, annual report finds

Image Description: An aerial view of Oxford including the Radcliffe Camera, All Souls College and the High Street. The University of Oxford this week revealed that the number of undergraduates declaring a disability has now risen to 18% of the total student body. The largest single group reported mental health conditions, with 26.9% of this group […]

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Diversify your discipline: Oxford humanities and social sciences students call for a more diverse curriculum

Image description: open book with fluttering pages on black background Oxford students from a variety of disciplines have called for departments to diversify curricula and reading lists over the past couple of weeks. Students studying Politics, History, English, Philosophy, Linguistics, and Music, amongst others, are pushing for better Black and minority ethnic representation on reading […]

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Heartbreak at Oxford

Image Description: A paper heart hanging from some string. You don’t sleep, you don’t eat, and you won’t understand what it’s like unless you’ve been there. There are some surprising similarities between having your heart broken and studying for an undergraduate degree at Oxford. This is what we can learn from the double ordeal of […]

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Students release petition protesting handling of Christ Church race controversy

A group of Oxford students have created a petition responding to racially insensitive events which occurred during a Christ Church College JCR hustings, and the subsequent official statement released by the College today. The petition aims to bring to light the mistreatment of a black student, Melanie Onovo, who spoke out against the events of […]

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Black Lives Matter protest held in Oxford

Image description: Protestors in South Park A socially-distanced peaceful protest organised by ‘Black Lives Matter Oxford’ took place on the afternoon of Wednesday 3rd June, attracting hundreds of demonstrators to South Park, Oxford. The socially-distanced demonstration was originally planned to go forward in Bonn Square, but as demand increased in the days before the event, […]

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RevYou Week 5 – What’s the most memorable thing you’ve done since coming to Oxford?

Each week we’ll be releasing a question for readers to answer, and producing an article reviewing the best submissions received. So are you bored? Isolated? Think you can submit some banging chat? Send your (anonymous) answers to the RevYou, and you can have them discussed, mocked, attacked, and maybe even praised… This week’s question is […]

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