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Friday, June 24, 2022

David Tritsch

Laurel Hell review: Unapologetically unresolved

“I will neglect everything else, including me as a person, just to get to keep making music. And even if it actually sometimes hurts,...

Spiking, injuries and disappointment at Varsity Trip club nights

Students at the annual Oxford and Cambridge Varsity ski trip have reported serious injuries and spiking incidents at the Le Malaysia nightclub in Val Thorens. The club was selected as the venue for this year's 'Blues Bop' event, advertised as "the most in-demand event of Varsity Trip", with tickets re-selling for up to 1000% of their original price.

Oxford’s first ‘hacker house’: For the RICH, by the RICH?

I learned that everyone can be a Rebellious Intellectually Curious Hustler (RICH) with the right motivation, the right readings, and the right goals.

University Covid-19 cases this week at record-low of 21

Oxford University’s testing service has confirmed a record-low of 21 cases of COVID-19 among students and staff for the week 21st-27th November, with a...

BREAKING: University reports drop to 40 cases this week, lateral flow tests for all students confirmed

Oxford University’s testing service has confirmed 40 cases of COVID-19 among students and staff for the week 14th-20th November, with a positivity rate of...

Slight drop in University COVID-19 cases to 126

Oxford University’s testing service has confirmed 126 cases of COVID-19 among students and staff for the week 7th-13th November, with a positivity rate of...

Student Council votes to ban beef and lamb

A motion mandating the Oxford SU executives to lobby for banning beef and lamb from University-operated canteens and events has passed with a two-thirds...

BREAKING: Alan Rusbridger steps down as LMH Principal

Alan Rusbridger, Principal of Lady Margaret Hall (LMH) and former editor-in-chief of The Guardian, has confirmed that he will be leaving the college at...

BREAKING: University reports 212 cases this week

The University’s testing service has confirmed 212 cases of COVID-19 among students and staff for the week 24th-30th October, with a positivity rate of...

BREAKING: University reports 208 cases this week

The University’s testing service has confirmed 208 cases of COVID-19 among students and staff for the week 17th-23rd October, with a positivity rate of...

BREAKING: University reports 197 cases this week

Data from the University's testing service for the week 10th-16th October has confirmed 197 cases of COVID-19 among students and staff. This brings the...

University testing service reports 61 Covid-19 cases in Freshers’ Week

Oxford University's testing service has confirmed 61 positive tests for Covid-19 in Freshers' Week (3-9 October). This brings the total number of positive tests...

St. Catz Junior Deans will not wear body cameras, after students coughed at college staff

Junior Deans at St. Catherine’s College have announced that they will not be wearing body cameras, upon discussion with the Dean. This follows an...

Shrunken heads removed from Pitt Rivers Museum display

Oxford’s Pitt Rivers Museum has indefinitely removed its controversial collection of shrunken heads from the public view as part of a “decolonisation” process. The...