Manuela Galan looks at what the 2010 Cannes Film Festival has to offer
We take a look at some of cinema's most misquoted lines.
Based on the true stoiy of Ida Dalser, a middle class Italian woman who was allegedly the first wife of Benito Mussolini,...
If you're looking for a film with two decent set piece battles reminiscent of Braveheart, bits of snappy dialogue, and a semi-cliche...
Alex Kealy catches up with 65daysofstatic’s Paul Wolinski to discuss albums, politics, and Oxford balls
Whilst chronicling a painful break-up in song form risks self-indulgence and accusations of cynicism, there is also scope for producing music inspiring...
Jenny Hamada goes backstage with Everything Everything in the midst of their NME radar tour
Lloyd Crowther contemplates the plight of the Northener in Oxford
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In our weekly feature Who?, a writer speaks out for an underestimated group in our society. This week, Lindsay Oldham gives voice...
The leotard is a strong metaphor for the emotions of the population, providing one way for us to gain control again, to...
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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Remember back when you were still young and idealistic? Five years on, Charlotte Gorman assesses the impact of the 2005 Make Poverty...
Rachel Johnson is an intimidating woman to interview. Oxford alumna of New College, and first female graduate trainee at the Financial Times,...
Conor Gannon brings some wisdom from his experience of proportional representation on the other side of the Irish Sea.
Dear Editors, I would like to vehemently disagree with Alice Fletcher’s article Apple Overrated that appeared on page 14 of last week’s...
Time is precious; instead of ticking boxes, we should be using it to pursue our real hopes and dreams.
If the human population keeps expanding we're going to run out of room and resources on earth. We might just need the...
The unlikely feminism of Jane the Virgin
Oscar Awards 2018: The Predictions
Love or Drugs? The parallels between social attachment and drug addiction
The Church of England should stand up for Bishop Bell
Profile: Dean Paton – on making heritage the next Big thing
Ramadan’s health “compatible with his continued detention”
Oxford and Cambridge boost funding to support black applicants
“Tragic” death of Brasenose undergrad related to drugs, inquest declares
Theresa May launches review of tuition fees
Trinity second-years deaned after halfway hall
Tech autocracy: how to end digital dependency
‘Hedda’ Review: “Bold and innovative”
Onwards and upwards: a more perfect Union
Face it: some cultures are better than others
Be Editor-in-Chief of The Oxford Student for Trinity 2018
Cocktail: “The Bridge Queue”
Are keepcups worth keeping?
Vice-Chancellor of Oxford defends lack of degree apprenticeships
The President’s Club fiasco shows a need for change
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