Focus: Mental health and welfare support

University can be conceptualised as a microcosm of society as a whole. A community with the same interests and enjoyments of wider society, but also with the same challenges. One of these challenges which seems to be increasingly important with the pressures of modern society is mental health problems. Whether the University is successful or […]

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The City Syndrome

The recent death of Mortiz Erhardt during his internship at the Bank of America has caused a lot of stir in national media. Articles condemning exploitation of youth, and the cutthroat and inhumane culture in the realms of investment banking were brought to the front pages of all self-respecting tabloids. Shock, terror, disgust and a series of […]

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Debate: “Does the Union makes a positive contribution to the life of the average Oxford student?

[yop_poll id=”5″] Proposition  by Chris Starkey The Oxford Union owes its existence to its ability to reflect the current interests of students. It was founded because intellectual freedom was lacking in the lives of Oxford students, at a time when the University restricted exchange of ideas and opinions. Its survival since then has been on […]

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