As the finalists start finishing and prelims approach, Cherwell can report that University staff working for the Proctor’s Office are actively attempting to catch...
In those nervy interview days, the first person you met at Oxford was a porter. They handed over the keys to your new abode...
It has been confirmed this week that an Oxford swan had bird flu. A member of Swan Support, a charity helping sick and injured swans in the Thames Valley area, confirmed that the case was related to a swan at Iffley Lock.
Researchers from Oxford University’s Department of Experimental Psychology and Nuffield Department of Clinical Neurosciences have revealed that people who have had mild symptoms of COVID-19 can show ‘degraded attention and memory for up to 6-9 months’.
Research conducted at Oxford University has revealed that as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic there has been a dramatic reduction in hospital admissions for children.
The essay, titled, ‘Elgin goes to Athens – The President marbles at the Grandeur that was (in) Greece’, was written in 1986 for the Oxford Union magazine, Debate. Journalists from Athens newspaper Ta Nea found the article in an Oxford library and have made it public.
A review shows that the health sector has been experiencing record hack attempts, with 777 cases recorded between August 2020 and September 2021. This is an increase from the 723 incidents recorded in 2020.
“AstraZeneca had previously promised that they would administer the jab on a not-for-profit basis 'at cost', and would only start to make money from the vaccine when Covid-19 was no longer considered to be a pandemic. "
"Some Oxford colleges, such as Balliol College and Merton College, will be raising the transgender pride flag for trans awareness week this November. ... the flag is symmetrical so that “no matter which way you fly it, it is always correct, signifying us finding correctness in our lives”."
"Oxford Vegan and Vegetarian Society (VegSoc) are launching a new 'Two Day A Week Campaign'. This would involve Oxford all colleges serving two hall meals a week completely meatfree."
The audio tour combines a mixture of sound recordings, poetry snippets, and a series of overheard conversations.
The plaque acknowledges the criticism that Rhodes has attracted “in his day and ever since”. This criticism is ongoing with Oxford professors amongst some calling for Rhodes’ removal from Oxford’s High Street.