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Degrees of Stupidity - Theology

Degrees of Stupidity - Theology

25th Jun 2015 by Hannah Foxton
This is the third of a series of six articles each of which argues for the abolition of an Oxford degree. This...
Bertie, Barack and Berlusconi

Bertie, Barack and Berlusconi

22nd Jun 2015 by Roberto Weeden-Sanz
A second rate historian's take on current affairs
In defence of the Human Rights Act

In defence of the Human Rights Act

14th Jun 2015 by Amelia Cooper
Amelia Cooper responds to Jan Nedvídek's article on the Conservative's proposals to repeal the Human Rights Act
All work and no praise makes Jack a dull boy

All work and no praise makes Jack a dull boy

14th Jun 2015 by Stephanie Sy-Quia
Stephanie Sy-Quia argues that a fifth week free would do little for Oxford students
The International Student: politics in the Netherlands

The International Student: politics in the Netherlands

14th Jun 2015 by Taco Prins
Taco Prins gives an insight into contemporary Dutch politics
Rhodes must fall, here and now

Rhodes must fall, here and now

14th Jun 2015 by Brian Kwoba
Brian Kwoba argues that colonialism is prevalent in Oxford
Debate: Do Oxford students take themselves too seriously?

Debate: Do Oxford students take themselves too seriously?

14th Jun 2015 by Tom Foxton, Tom Robinson
Tom Foxton and Tom Robinson debate whether Oxford students need to lighten up a little
Why Oxford should free 5th Week

Why Oxford should free 5th Week

14th Jun 2015 by Stephanie Kelley
Stephanie Kelley discusses the importance of Oxford becoming more flexible in its demands on students
Why it's nonsense to say that education should be free

Why it's nonsense to say that education should be free

14th Jun 2015 by Jan Nedvídek
Jan Nedvídek argues that 'free' education is impractical
The injustice of this country's deportation policy

The injustice of this country's deportation policy

14th Jun 2015 by James Elliott
James Elliott on why our current system is failing
Why the NUS anti-Lib Dems campaign is wrong

Why the NUS anti-Lib Dems campaign is wrong

10th Jun 2015 by Jan Nedvídek
Jan Nedvídek hits back at the NUS Executive's decision to fund anti-Lib Dem billboards in the run up to the election
Why we need a sensible debate over Europe

Why we need a sensible debate over Europe

10th Jun 2015 by Jan Nedvídek
Jan Nedvídek argues that the public deserves a mature debate over Britain's future within the European Union
The sheer hypocrisy of communist sympathisers

The sheer hypocrisy of communist sympathisers

10th Jun 2015 by Jan Nedvídek
Jan Nedvídek looks at the supposed communist sympathisers within the Oxford community, arguing such a position is wrong
The disproportionate influence of minor parties

The disproportionate influence of minor parties

10th Jun 2015 by Jan Nedvídek
Jan Nedvídek argues that the influence of minor parties in the next Parliament could have some unwelcome consequences
The reaction of the radical left after the election

The reaction of the radical left after the election

10th Jun 2015 by Jan Nedvídek
Jan Nedvídek lambasts sections of the radical left for their attitudes following Labour's defeat in the election
Why criticism of the FPTP system is misguided

Why criticism of the FPTP system is misguided

10th Jun 2015 by Jan Nedvídek
Jan Nedvídek argues there are considerable merits to our current electoral system and we shouldn't be too hasty to...
Why a reading week wouldn't go far enough

Why a reading week wouldn't go far enough

10th Jun 2015 by James Elliott
James Elliott argues that calls for a reading week do not tackle the systemic issues affecting students
The current conflicts raging within the NUS

The current conflicts raging within the NUS

10th Jun 2015 by James Elliott
James Elliott takes a look at the changes taking place within the NUS
The falsity of voting for "anti-austerity" parties

The falsity of voting for "anti-austerity" parties

10th Jun 2015 by James Elliott
James Elliott argues that voting for parties like the Greens or the SNP is counter-intuitive if you want to avoid a...
What this election hasn't changed about copy-cat policies

What this election hasn't changed about copy-cat policies

10th Jun 2015 by James Elliott
James Elliott calls on those unhappy with the election results to stop lamenting and start organising
The long way back for the Left after electoral defeat

The long way back for the Left after electoral defeat

10th Jun 2015 by James Elliott
James Elliott argues that Labour should look to its grass-root support to channel its anger at social injustices and...