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What’s happening in the chapel: An introduction to college chapels

When coming up with an idea for a column, I found myself thinking of my college chapel. I am a chapel warden at Lincoln...

Christ Church Dean row reignited amid calls for dismissal

Academics have called for the Dean of Christ Church to be dismissed, accusing him of “unsound judgement” and “consistent lack of moral compass”. In a...

Zoom library and Discord beer pong: Virtual college life takes form

Social distancing has not stopped students from continuing college life. Whilst buildings may be closed, Entz and welfare events have transitioned online this term.  Exeter...

Financial Times investigation slams Christ Church as “virtually ungovernable”

An investigation by the Financial Times into the ongoing dispute between the governing body of Christ Church and the Dean, The Very Reverend Martyn Percy, criticizes...

First black head of an Oxford college appointed

Baroness Valerie Amos is set to become the first black head of an Oxford college, following her appointment as Master of University College. The former...

Staff-student relationships: Brasenose community warned of risks

The College has sent out an email advising staff not to enter into personal relationships with any student for whom they have responsibility.

Life at an Oxford PPH – communal or claustrophobic?

‘Yeah but it’s not a real college.’ Sound familiar? For us PPH dwellers it definitely does. Whether it’s a snobbish remark or, as is...

Oxford announces plans for new postgraduate college

The college hopes to be up and running by September 2020

Glory ahead for St Peter’s?

Cal Flintoff reviews the drama of the Men’s Football Cuppers as the Quarters approach

Telethon calling leaves students and alumni cold

Colleges need to re-think telethon fundraising

Mental health support is a question of priorities

The press may scrutinise college endowments, but all of them have the resources to improve their provisions, says Fin Kavanagh

The disparity in college endowments is unjust

The differing levels of support create an environment of inequality

‘Racism amongst college porters must be dislodged’ Appendix

This week in Features Leanne Yau exposed widespread racial profiling of students of colour by porters employed by Oxford colleges. Accusations were received from...

Letter to: My Porters

It's time to show some appreciation for these all-seeing guardians of our colleges

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