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    Colour me this: a personal perspective on racism across cultures

    It’s true, no one is born a racist but the cruelty of a racist system is that the moment you inhale, you become a...

    Covid-19 fines vary dramatically between colleges

    FOI data has shown that colleges have opted for drastically varied approaches to COVID-19 disciplinary processes, with some colleges fining their students figures of...

    Oxford University launches new education and enterprise initiative for BAME students

    "This fantastic programme will take that work a step further towards supporting and guiding the careers of the innovation leaders and entrepreneurs of tomorrow."

    BREAKING: University releases new guidance for returns

    The University has sent out updated guidance to its students in light of the announcement that students on non-practical courses that were not already...

    Oxford SU responds to the uncertainty over Trinity returns

    The sabbatical officers at Oxford SU have released an official response to the uncertainty over Trinity returns for students. This comes after a range...

    Oxford societies criticise Sewell Report as “misleading and false”

    Several Oxford societies have joined the criticism from academics and campaigners surrounding the release of a government report into institutional racism in the UK....

    Over 30 exams planned to take place in person this Trinity...

    Twenty exams have been confirmed to take place in person this year, with a further 15 papers set to be confirmed dependent on the...
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    Bops, BBQs, and Berocca: reflections on student drinking culture

    CW: Mentions of alcoholism  In many respects, Britain and excessive alcohol consumption have become synonymous. Our ‘drinking culture’ is something that is regularly brought up...

    Common asthma drug lowers risk of Covid-19 hospitalisation, Oxford study finds

    Findings from the study, which were published earlier this month, suggested that over a 28-day period, the drug could reduce the risk of patients needing hospital treatment by 90%.

    Leaders in Oxford give support for 2040 net zero carbon emissions...

    In a press release from the Oxford City Council, Councillor Tom Hayes, Deputy Leader and Cabinet Member for Green Transport and Zero Carbon Oxford said, “It is more important than ever that citizens, organisations, and governments at all levels show leadership to tackle the climate emergency head on. Our joint ambition to become a net zero city by 2040—ten years earlier than the target set by the Government—is a strong sign of the pace and ambition required."