In The Margins

In The Margins

As any good reader will know, the art of the instinctive scribble cannot be restrained or planned. To deface…

Interview: Nigel Warburton

Ruskin Profile: Angus Steele

Review: The Miniaturist by Jessie Burton

Review: Objects Belonging to a Young Man in Oxford

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Review: Chappie

Review: Chappie

Neill Blomkamp’s roots as a visual effects artist have always been clear in his directorial work. His aliens and…

Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D

Russell T Davies is back, but is he better?

Top Five Worst Wigs in Film

Anti-pick of the week: The Keith Lemon Sketch Show

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Review: The Coronation of Poppea

Review: The Coronation of Poppea

✮✮✮✮✮ Despite being nearly 400 years old, The Coronation of Poppea is a work that is frequently noted for…

Review: The Doctor in Spite of Himself

Reviewing the Oxford Italian Play: Serata Futurista

Review: The Importance of Being Earnest

Review: The Architect

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What does the future hold for test cricket?

What does the future hold for test cricket?

Watching test cricket today, the aggression seen by the likes of David Warner and Brendan McCullum as well as the unorthodoxy of Steve Smith and AB de Villiers, must make the cricketing purists of yesteryear…

News

Union invites radical Islamist preacher to speak

Union invites radical Islamist preacher to speak

Radical Islamist preacher Anjem Choudary has announced his invitation to the Oxford Union. Choudary has been on bail since September…

St Benet’s Hall to admit female undergraduates for 2016

St Benet’s Hall to admit female undergraduates for 2016

Following the acquisition of a second building at Norham Gardens, students of all sexes will be able to apply to…

Theresa May drops campus ban on extremist speakers

Theresa May drops campus ban on extremist speakers

The government has abandoned a policy proposal that would have forced universities to ban extremist speakers from appearing on campus.…

Hawking and Attenborough unveil new exhibition after £80 million Weston Library Transformation

Hawking and Attenborough unveil new exhibition after £80 million Weston Library Transformation

This weekend saw the re-opening of Oxford University’s Weston Library, formerly the New Bodleian Library, after an £80 million renovation.…

Skin Deep criticised for “offensive” front cover

Skin Deep criticised for “offensive” front cover

The new issue of Oxford’s Skin Deep magazine has sparked controversy among some in Oxford’s Islamic community. The cover image…

Andrew Hamilton to resign in December

Andrew Hamilton to resign in December

Andrew Hamilton, Oxford University’s current Vice-Chancellor, will leave in December in order to take the Presidency of New York University.…

Olivia Merrett tipped to be next Union President following resignation of Roberto Weeden-Sanz

Olivia Merrett tipped to be next Union President following resignation of Roberto Weeden-Sanz

Roberto Weeden-Sanz, Oxford Union President-Elect for Trinity 2015, has been forced to resign from his position by a Special Disciplinary…

Student disappointment as University Council defers decision over fossil fuel divestment

Student disappointment as University Council defers decision over fossil fuel divestment

Oxford University Council deferred a decision earlier today over whether to divest £2 billion worth of endowment from fossil fuel…

Campsfield expansion folds

Campsfield expansion folds

The Home Secretary has withdrawn an application to expand the capacity of Campsfield House immigration detention centre prior to a…

OxStu Fashion goes to Oxford Fashion Week: The Couture Show

OxStu Fashion goes to Oxford Fashion Week: The Couture Show

Corsets, capes, and a copious helping of sequins: the Couture Show at Oxford Fashion week was a window into an…

Cellar nightclub denies allegations of homophobia

Cellar nightclub denies allegations of homophobia

Cellar nightclub has denied accusations of homophobia, after two male students were allegedly told to stop kissing by a bouncer…

Labour promises tuition fee slash

Labour promises tuition fee slash

Ed Miliband has promised to cut University tuition fees to a maximum of £6,000 per year if Labour wins in…

Balliol students in rainbow flag protest after college remove it for dinner

Balliol students in rainbow flag protest after college remove it for dinner

Balliol college members have flown rainbow flags across the quad and library windows in an “act of peaceful resistance”, following…

Lunchtime and Sunday closings amongst major changes to St John’s Bar

Lunchtime and Sunday closings amongst major changes to St John’s Bar

“Massive annual losses” at St John’s Bar have resulted in a major cut to opening times and student concern over…

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The Who start to say goodbye

The Who start to say goodbye

This is supposed to be The Who’s farewell tour. According to Roger Daltrey, the band’s vocalist, it is “the beginning…

Review: Kendrick Lamar, To Pimp a Butterfly

Review: Kendrick Lamar, To Pimp a Butterfly

On the night of the 7th August,1968, James Brown would go into the studio and record “Say it Loud, I’m…