The 2018 Winter Olympics will be held in South Korea but you should head 10,000km to the Asian economic powerhouse for more than just the winter sports. You can find deeper snow in France, better facilities in Switzerland, and more fun in Italy, but South Korea has something different to offer: food, weather, and festive fun. (more…)
As I sip away at my morning Brazilian brew, contemplating on the various deadlines I have this coming week, suddenly the delicate scent of coffee hits my palate. The sensation is overwhelming, and I can no longer see the piles of essays and reading lists on my desk. The Oxonian reality fades away and my mind drifts elsewhere: where is this place; so familiar, yet so distant? (more…)
Becky Howe of TeamABC has won the position of OUSU President with 1343 votes, defeating rivals Will Obeney, of For Oxford and independent candidate Adam Roberts. Howe was previously JCR President of Pembroke College and ran on a platform of promoting a “happy, healthy and cohesive Oxford.”
Cat Jones won a four way race with 719 votes against rivals Flora Sheldon, Greg Auger and Eden Bailey.
Nick Cooper of For Oxford defeated independent candidate Danny Zajarias-Fainsod for the position of Vice President Graduates with 337 votes to 99.
Emily Silcock, Lucy Delaney and Ali Lennon were unopposed for the positions of Vice President, Charities and Communities, Vice President, Women and Vice President, Welfare and Equal Opportunities respectively.