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I, too?

I, too?

10th Jul 2014 by Tjoa Shze Hui
Tjoa Shze Hui asks just how far racial campaigns at Oxford are really relevant to the international student community
Yo ho ho and a battle against harsh copyright laws

Yo ho ho and a battle against harsh copyright laws

6th Jul 2014 by Luke Barratt
Luke Barratt on the witch-hunt of The Pirate Bay at the hands of big business
Should alleged rapists be given anonymity until charged?

Should alleged rapists be given anonymity until charged?

3rd Jul 2014 by Nick Mutch, Niamh McIntyre
Nick Mutch and Niamh McIntyre discuss the consequences of a potential move towards greater anonymity for those...
The Ben Sullivan case has exposed our victim blaming culture

The Ben Sullivan case has exposed our victim blaming culture

30th Jun 2014 by Lucy Delaney
Recent comments in the media reveal a serious and disturbing truth about society's attitudes to rape, argues OUSU...
Interview: Sir Roderic Lyne

Interview: Sir Roderic Lyne

17th Jun 2014 by George Greenwood
George Greenwood talks about Russia's future with Sir Roderic Lyne, former British Ambassador to the Russian Federation
Should the academic calendar be reorganised?

Should the academic calendar be reorganised?

17th Jun 2014 by Luke Barratt; Rachel Dobbs
Luke Barratt and Rachel Dobbs consider the benefits and disadvantages of summertime exams and short terms in Oxford
We're mute on the environment as we don't know what to say

We're mute on the environment as we don't know what to say

17th Jun 2014 by Samuel Rutishauser-Mills
Samuel Rutishauser-Mills argues that we ignore discussions about the environment because we simply don't know enough
OUSU’s new election regulations risk fairness

OUSU’s new election regulations risk fairness

9th Jun 2014 by David Bagg
David Bagg argues that OUSU’s new election regulations lose fairness, accessibility and simplicity, and calls for...
Killing the Mockingbird

Killing the Mockingbird

7th Jun 2014 by Isaac Goodwin
Isaac Goodwin looks beyond the media sensationalism surrounding Michael Gove's English syllabus changes
University's harassment policy reforms can only be good news

University's harassment policy reforms can only be good news

4th Jun 2014 by Charlotte Sykes
The updated policy should be celebrated, and has long been neccesary in the fight against sexual violence at university
Debate: Is Oxford's collegiate system needless and outdated?

Debate: Is Oxford's collegiate system needless and outdated?

3rd Jun 2014 by Tom Carter; April Peake
Tom Carter and April Peake consider the purpose of the collegiate system within the University
The Campaign: Skin Deep

The Campaign: Skin Deep

31st May 2014 by Anu Henriques
Anu Henriques talks about discussions of race in Oxford- and why we need to have them
Men need to stop thinking of women as rewards

Men need to stop thinking of women as rewards

31st May 2014 by Rachel Jones
Rachel Jones questions the culture of entitlement after the Isla Vista shooting
#BringBackOurGirls: Is digital activism effective?

#BringBackOurGirls: Is digital activism effective?

31st May 2014 by Rachel Dobbs
Rachel Dobbs asks just how much digital activism really achieves after #BringBackOurGirls trended internationally
JCR Reps are split over fines

JCR Reps are split over fines

30th May 2014 by Jessica Hao
As part of this week's C+ investigation, Jessica Hao spoke to JCR representatives about the issue of fines
"No student really considers drinking a crime"

"No student really considers drinking a crime"

30th May 2014 by Anonymous
As part of the C+ investigation into fines around the University, one student retells a story of injustice
Media scaremongering over halal meat is absurd

Media scaremongering over halal meat is absurd

27th May 2014 by Samuel Rutishauser-Mills
Samuel Rutishauser-Mills addresses the recent 'scandal' of outing halal foods
We're All Terrible

We're All Terrible

25th May 2014 by Nick Hilton
Nick Hilton looks at the fallout of the NUS Referendum rigging scandal
Debate: Should Britain leave the EU?

Debate: Should Britain leave the EU?

24th May 2014 by Tom Posa, Eleanor Newis
Tom Posa and Eleanor Newis debate the pros and cons of leaving the European Union
Interview: Luke Harding

Interview: Luke Harding

17th May 2014 by Evy Cavalla
Evy Cavalla talks Vladimir Putin and Edward Snowden with Guardian journalist Luke Harding
Yes please

Yes please

12th May 2014 by Max Long
Max Long argues in favour of staying affiliated with the National Union of Students in the upcoming referendum