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Jihad: till death do us part

Jihad: till death do us part

20th Apr 2015 by Amaka Opara
Amaka Opara considers the motivations of the women who have left the West in recent years to live in the warzone...
The evil and lies of the right-wing tabloid press

The evil and lies of the right-wing tabloid press

17th Apr 2015 by Luke Jessie Ames Blackaby
Luke Ames Blackaby criticises attempts to portray sexual abuse as indicative of certain cultures and ethnicities
The right answer, the wrong question

The right answer, the wrong question

16th Apr 2015 by Omar Rana
Omar Rana on the gridlocked political debate between Labour and the Conservatives
Milking it: why dairy production matters

Milking it: why dairy production matters

5th Apr 2015 by Freddie Hopkinson
Freddie Hopkinson explores the effect of the abolition of EU dairy quotas - will the UK be caught out?
The Sound and the Fury

The Sound and the Fury

5th Apr 2015 by Jack Hampton
Jack Hampton gives a first-hand account of the EDL march in Oxford over the Easter weekend
Sex, Drugs, and Taboo

Sex, Drugs, and Taboo

5th Apr 2015 by Millie McLuskie
Millie McLuskie questions the legality of prostitution and drugs after her trip to Amsterdam.
Nip Slip

Nip Slip

4th Apr 2015 by Alice Townson
Alice Townson on the highs and lows of liberating the nipple.
The Greek bailout: following the money

The Greek bailout: following the money

4th Apr 2015 by Stephanie Stafford
As the deadline for Greece's debt repayment approaches, Stephanie Stafford asks where the money went
Seven spivs a' spinning

Seven spivs a' spinning

3rd Apr 2015 by Hannah Foxton
Hannah Foxton asks whether last night's leaders' debate was a game-changer or channel-changer
The paradox of a boringly exciting election

The paradox of a boringly exciting election

29th Mar 2015 by Harry Gosling
Harry Gosling argues that we should ignore this election’s false pretence of tedium and embrace its more...
Finland: putting the final touches on a radical curriculum

Finland: putting the final touches on a radical curriculum

27th Mar 2015 by Sara Semic
Sara Semic discusses the radical education policies Finland has pursued and whether this model can provide a good...
Kanye not? The racism behind Glastonbury petition

Kanye not? The racism behind Glastonbury petition

25th Mar 2015 by Luke Barratt
Luke Barratt explores the reasons behind a popular petition against Kanye West’s recently announced Glastonbury...
The double standards of the Left

The double standards of the Left

20th Mar 2015 by Jan Nedvidek
The 'Oxford radical Left' are hypocritical and fighting to preserve freedom of speech only when it suits, Jan...
Israeli Election results spell disaster for peace

Israeli Election results spell disaster for peace

20th Mar 2015 by Sebastian Fox
Sebastian Fox explains why the result of the Israeli election earlier this week has thrown up further obstacles to a...
Clarkson and the cultural split

Clarkson and the cultural split

20th Mar 2015 by Ruth Hayhow
Ruth Hayhow argues that the public's reaction to Jeremy Clarkson's suspension is indicative of a wider cultural split
Why Vinnie's should remain single-sex

Why Vinnie's should remain single-sex

16th Mar 2015 by Annabel Hazlitt
Female membership of Vincent's Club would be a backwards step for Oxford Blues sport, according to Annabel Hazlitt
Palestine has history on its side

Palestine has history on its side

10th Mar 2015 by James Elliott
In his weekly column, James Elliot argues that the Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions (BDS) movement has to make a...
OxStew: School outreach programme for Oxford University

OxStew: School outreach programme for Oxford University

10th Mar 2015 by Fergus Fungus
In our weekly satire, Fergus Fungus talks about a new secondary school 'outreach' programme with Oxford University
We must end our love affair with the tutorial system

We must end our love affair with the tutorial system

10th Mar 2015 by Alexander Rankine
Alexander Rankine argues that the tutorial system is too expensive, ineffective and anachronistic
The Campaign: Oxford Students' Disability Community

The Campaign: Oxford Students' Disability Community

10th Mar 2015 by Tris Smith
Tris Smith on why there is still work to be done when it comes to disabilities
Interview: John Redwood

Interview: John Redwood

10th Mar 2015 by Harry Gosling
Harry Gosling talks to Tory Eurosceptic MP John Redwood on leaving the European Union