Apply for The Oxford Student HT20!

  Applications for The Oxford Student HT20 have been EXTENDED! The deadline is now Wednesday 4th December, midday We’re looking for more applicants for the following roles: News Reporter-Writers/Editors Science and Tech Food And Drink Pink Sports Applying for The Oxford Student is a great way to get involved with student journalism, giving you real […]

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Women’s Champions League draw engenders thrilling duel between the World’s finest

Carli Lloyd vs Alex Morgan. Immovable object vs Unstoppable force. For the benevolent creator behind the Women’s Champions League Semi-final draw has blessed the footballing world with a titanic clash between two of it’s finest assets, and their new adopted European homes, as English Champions Manchester City have been pitted against French giants Olympique Lyon […]

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We’re not all working yet, but that doesn’t mean it’s all bad…

As you can probably already tell, I’m more supportive of this government’s policies than perhaps the previous author was. I’ll assume you’ve seen the figures, saying that we currently have the lowest unemployment since 2009, and depending on your political allegiance, you’ll either think that’s a good thing, or evidence of systematic number-fudging by the […]

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Does Spelling Matter?

In light of the recent publication Does Spelling Matter? by Magdalen College English professor Simon Horobin, The Oxford Student thought we’d have a go at answering that question ourselves. Be sure to let us know what you think in the comments section at the bottom of the article. YES: Many of us will agree with James J. Kilpatrick that […]

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