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Friday, June 24, 2022

Lucy Tansley

Oxford scientists urge government not to ease lockdown

Oxford University academics are among over 100 scientists who have signed an open letter to the government, asking them to avoid easing lockdown prematurely.  The...

Pembroke College and Oxford City Council provide over 15,000 meals for homeless

Pembroke College is collaborating with Oxford City Council to bring meals to over 120 homeless people who are being housed in student accommodation and...

The true cost of moving the Tokyo Olympics

In March, the news was declared, inevitable yet disappointing, that the Tokyo Olympics, scheduled to take place this summer, would be postponed due to the impact...

Oxford provides online learning resources for school students

Oxford University is providing resources to help children learn while schools are closed. The Department of Education is providing online home-schooling resources and Oxplore,...

Virtual access events held for offer holders and prospective applicants

Colleges are updating their access provisions for prospective students in light of the coronavirus outbreak. Following social distancing guidelines, the University has stated on...

Oxford English Dictionary adds coronavirus-related words

The Oxford English Dictionary (OED) has been updated to include "COVID-19" and other words that have seen an increase in usage since the outbreak...

100th year of Major Stanley’s match

A momentous occasion for both the Men's and Women's sides

Lacrosse Blues storm to ‘euphoric’ victory in Exeter

An important BUCS victory for the Dark Blues.

First round of football cuppers launches

Oxford's premium college football competition gets underway

OUAFC Blues win against Coventry

A report on a somewhat successful weekend of football for Oxford.

OURFC find success in first week

The Dark Blues have begun the term well, with wins against Croatia for the men, and Bath for the women.

OURFC fourth in world university invitational tournament in Tokyo

The Dark Blues headed to Japan, while the Women's Blues spent preseason in Gibraltar.

Cambridge clinch victory in Varsity Tennis

The last weekend of June saw the Oxford lawn tennis club travel to Cambridge for their annual varsity fixture. Ten teams headed to Fenner’s, home of...

What this World Cup will mean for the future of women’s football

With the World Cup now long behind us, the promise of a new era for female representation in the sport beckons. The USA's victory...