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Debate: Does alcohol improve your experience at university?

Debate: Does alcohol improve your experience at university?

12th May 2014 by Alice King, Nick Mutch
Alice King and Nick Mutch debate whether there is benefit to drinking at University
All minority groups are not the same

All minority groups are not the same

5th May 2014 by Raphael Mokades
Raphael Mokades argues that we must reevaluate our approach to 'BME', as part of this week's investigation into race...
Debate: Is Britain more sexist than other cultures?

Debate: Is Britain more sexist than other cultures?

2nd May 2014 by Niamh McIntyre, Radhika Seth
The UN Special Rapporteur for Violence Against Women recently said that the UK had the worst 'in your face' sexist...
Interview: Alastair Campbell

Interview: Alastair Campbell

28th Apr 2014 by Nick Mutch
Alastair Campbell talks Iraq, good journalism and why he hated Cambridge with Nick Mutch
Is UK employment really on the road to recovery?

Is UK employment really on the road to recovery?

26th Apr 2014 by Niamh McIntyre
Niamh McIntyre argues that the sunny picture painted by the recent employment statistics are a cover up for a darker...
The Problem with Paxman

The Problem with Paxman

16th Apr 2014 by Evy Cavalla
Evy Cavalla argues that Jeremy Paxman's recent performances show the presenter's bias and lack of professional standards
An Open Letter to Andrew Smith MP

An Open Letter to Andrew Smith MP

6th Apr 2014 by Alice Nutting
Alice Nutting criticises the MP for Oxford East's decision to support the welfare cap in Parliament
The government's higher education policy is an omnishambles

The government's higher education policy is an omnishambles

2nd Apr 2014 by Robert Walmsley
Robert Walmsley discusses the continuing problems with tuition fees and the sell-off of the student loan book
Debate: 'I Too Am Oxford' and 'We Are All Oxford'

Debate: 'I Too Am Oxford' and 'We Are All Oxford'

17th Mar 2014 by Tyler Alabanza-Behard, Alexandra Wilson
Tyler Alabanza-Behard and Alexandra Wilson discuss the two campaigns which have reached national headlines
"Oxford is a place for all people to study"

"Oxford is a place for all people to study"

17th Mar 2014 by Max Chamberlin
Max Chamberlin, one of the models in the 'We are all Oxford' campaign, argues that Oxford's race issue is...
On immigration the media is failing to tell us the truth

On immigration the media is failing to tell us the truth

1st Mar 2014 by Samuel Rutishauser-Mills
Samuel Rutishauser-Mills explains how the failure of some parts of the media to report immigration stories fairly...
The MP's View

The MP's View

24th Feb 2014 by Andrew Smith
Andrew Smith, MP for Oxford East, discusses why student voices can make a difference
Interview: Frank Turner

Interview: Frank Turner

9th Feb 2014 by Anna Burn
Anna Burn discusses pop, politics and poetry with folk musician and libertarian Frank Turner
How cuts to access funds will affect students

How cuts to access funds will affect students

4th Feb 2014 by Andrew Smith
Andrew Smith, Labour MP for Oxford East, explains how proposed cuts to the Students Opportunities Fund will affect...
Interview: Mark Littlewood

Interview: Mark Littlewood

26th Jan 2014 by Robert Walmsley
Robert Walmsley discusses liberty and the state with Mark Littlewood
Debate: Should you give directly to the homeless?

Debate: Should you give directly to the homeless?

26th Jan 2014 by Louee Dessent-Jackson, Nick Mutch
With Oxford's homeless population among the UK's highest, Louee Dessent-Jackson and Nick Mutch discuss what we can do.
Just because they’re right...

Just because they’re right...

22nd Jan 2014 by Tom Carter
...doesn’t mean that they aren’t alright
Michael Gove's 'patriotic history' is cause for concern

Michael Gove's 'patriotic history' is cause for concern

11th Jan 2014 by Alex Stronell
Alex Stronell explains why we should be worried when the Education Secretary talks about ‘patriotic virtues’ in...
Why isn’t politics taught in schools? The answer is politics

Why isn’t politics taught in schools? The answer is politics

11th Jan 2014 by Emma Hewitt
Emma Hewitt asks why politics isn’t taught in schools and whether there is a political agenda behind this.
Has the UK's attitude to drugs changed?

Has the UK's attitude to drugs changed?

8th Jan 2014 by Alice King
With Nigella Lawson's return to our screens soon after the revelation of her drug-taking, Alice King asks whether...
Turing’s pardon was not the right solution

Turing’s pardon was not the right solution

3rd Jan 2014 by Charlotte Cooper-Beglin
Charlotte Cooper-Beglin discusses the Government's decision to pardon codebreaker Alan Turing