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News

Oxford’s ethnic minority graduates have higher starting salaries, new study finds

Research finds that ethnic-minority Oxford graduates earn more than their white classmates and that social background doesn't impact Oxford graduate career prospects

Comment

Trump and Macron

The Paris Climate Accord is now little more than scrap paper

Daniel Villar argues that despite being formed with the best intentions, the Paris Climate Accord now serves as a reminder of a collective failure to combat climate change

The Norrington Table serves no meaningful purpose

Daniel Kodsi argues that the Norrington Table's is too superficial to provide any valuable insight into collegiate disparity in finals

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Culture

The Oxford Imps at the Fringe review: ‘High energy and entertaining’

Izzy Smith couldn't stop laughing at this silly but witty improvised comedy show

‘Peer Gynt’ at the Fringe review – “a masterfully crafted production”

Set in a timeless world of trolls, princesses and flying deer, Peer Gynt tells the story of a young man’s adventure after he leaves...

Sport

Has football finally sold its soul to money?

Jack Allsopp tries to make sense of Neymar's staggering transfer to PSG

Gus Poyet: “You have to be clear in what you believe”

Ex-Sunderland and Brighton manager Gus Poyet analyses pressure, power, and money in football with Daniel Curtis

Crichard’s haul sees Oxford slump to four-day defeat

Matt Roller reports on a disappointing four days at Fenner's

Fashion

Who is Edward Enninful?

Nicole Rayment takes a look at British Vogue's new helmsman and the potential for change he brings with him

When minimal becomes bare

Daisy Chandley interrogates the minimalist trend and its troubling exclusivity