Tara Mulholland takes some time with MC Hammer to talk social media, collaborations, and “that song”
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In our weekly feature Who?, a writer speaks out for a sidelined character from popular culture. This week, Becky Hill gives voice...
Oxfordise -- (v.) trans a skill honed over a hundred essay crises: waffling pretentiously to bump up the word count, typically over-using...
Gutted you missed your chance with that girl whose smile kindled flames of passion in the Bod? Genuinely lost the number of...
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Dear Editors, I read your article “The Day the Music Survived” to find Stuart Lee being quoted as saying that there was...
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The results of an OxStu survey have revealed that many students are unhappy with their tutors, but do not take action.
Oxford police have made the battle against bicycling on the pavement their ‘number one priority’ this spring, slapping offenders with £30 fines.
More than 100 Hertford students staged a day-long campaign against the privatisation of their College bar on Tuesday.
Three weeks to the day after the country were unable to agree on who should be our Prime Minister, the St. Hilda’s...
A swarm of bees colonised a tree in Green Templeton grounds in April, to the amusement of students and College officials.
Disagreement has arisen among Worcester's JCR after a College proposed increase in rent.
University College London officials have forced the popular student website Fitfinder to close.
Robert Lee discusses the mortality of rock stars
Martha Lee talks tours, Pot Noodles and gardening with metallers InMe
Olly Murphy explains the history behind football’s number one tournament, the World Cup, from 1906 to the present
An Interview with David Raeburn: The Director of Ajax and Greek Play Extraordinaire
Hunting: cruelty fuelled by human arrogance and elitism
Review: Crazy Ex-Girlfriend
Review: Casting JonBenét
North Korea: How to combat the ‘Smart Cookie’
Private Lives: An All Female Production of the Classic Comedy
Merlot and Royal: Feelings of Nostalgia Combined with Pure Excitement
Observations on students’ room: Looking at where we live
Art with heart: Supporting artists from Oxford’s homeless population
Come of Age: The Depiction of Young People on Our Screens
Keble divided over decision to allow quad boat burning
What should David Cameron have spent his shed money on?
The cost of the Information Age is too great
I Know You: A Sincere Examination of Complex Characters
‘Under Milk Wood’: A Play to be Heard
Five Women Wearing the Same Dress: A Review
Private Lives: The 1930s Comedy with a Twist
Preview: Fantastic Beats And Where To Find Them
The culture of tourism – the importance of sightseeing and how to be a stylish tourist
Oldie of The Week: ‘I Feel The Earth Move’, Carole King (1971)