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‘Community’ teaches us all how to say goodbye

Christopher Goring looks back nostalgically at the final episode of the cult postmodernist sitcom

How the ensemble superhero film became king

"4 May 2012 was a day that changed the landscape of cinema. Joss Whedon’s 'Avengers Assemble,' the climax of the first phase of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, was an epoch-making, trend-setting, earth-shattering event, the apotheosis of Marvel’s shared universe project."Christopher Goring examines Marvel's winning formula

Getting to grips with the adult cartoon craze

Christopher Goring is stunned by the maturity of modern cartoons

A limp, lifeless insult to every single viewer

Christopher Goring is reduced to a gibbering mess by "Sandy Wexler"

Peter Capaldi’s Doctor—interstellar success or time to regenerate?

Christopher Goring takes a spoiler-filled look back at Peter Capaldi's tenure as the Doctor as his final season in the role begins

Marvel’s Netflix universe is going badly wrong, and it’s the writing...

Christopher Goring takes a look at Netflix’s increasingly troubled corner of the Marvel Cinematic Universe in a spoiler-filled examination of how everything went off the rails

A fresher’s first forays into Oxford theatre

Christopher Goring reveals his first experiences in the Oxford drama scene
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Bullingdon Club kicked out of Christ Church by college porters – video

Watch: Members of the Bullingdon Club are marched out of Christ Church by porters while attempting to take their annual photograph on the steps
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Life Divided: Oxlove

Maxim Parr-Reid and James Lamming debate the vices and virtues of Oxford’s most amatory Facebook page

Students reject move to end the wearing of scholars’ gowns

Students vote heavily against the proposed ban in OUSU poll

Oxford awarded Gold in controversial first TEF rankings

OUSU condemns "marketisation" after new rankings enable tuition fee increases

Opposition to scholars’ gowns detracts from a meaningful discussion about inequality

Thomas Munro argues that support for the new OUSU motion is born out of envy, not a desire for real change