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    What’s all the sub-fusc about?

    Zara Arif explores whether Oxford students should continue to wear sub-fusc following a year of online exams.

    BREAKING: Students gather in Radcliffe Square for matriculation photos

    Students gathered today in Radcliffe Square to take photos after their online Matriculation ceremony. Students in the crowd were often unmasked and in close...

    Satire: A Letter to the Neophytes

    "Matriculation (a corruption of “Matron’s lactations”, a common public-school ambrosia) is a ceremony that takes place every year in Oxford, marking the final severing of the students’ weak connection to reality."

    Matriculation ceremony cancelled for Michaelmas 2020

    In-person matriculation has been cancelled for the 2020-21 academic year, Oxford University has confirmed to students. It will be replaced with a 'Formal Welcome'...

    Matriculation: Everything you need to know

    From sub fusc to punting - matriculation should be a day to remember

    First Year

    Being a fresher is full of variety

    Life Divided: Matriculation

    Rachel Craig-McFeely and Anna Elliott discuss the highs and lows of Matriculation

    Torpids, trashings, and other traditions

    Mia Millman discusses strange Oxford traditions and how they impact students and outreach

    University plans to replace matriculation with online registration

    Senior college sources suggest academic staff unhappy about the proposals

    Students protest with red ribbons at matriculation

    RMF and Free Education Oxford join in protest against “neoliberalisation and coloniality”

    Trinity freshers drunk and chanting during matriculation

    First-years asked to donate £10 following “disgraceful behaviour” during ceremony

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