"Sadly due to the weather, the belle époque extravagance morphed into a muddy wallow in the meadow"
This year marked a return to an in-person event and hundreds packed into the beautifully decorated main room in the City Hall for a sit-down three-course meal, with the winners being announced periodically throughout.
"The dialogue is simultaneously so realistic and so weird and the characters and themes felt like they would really ring true to a student audience."
While climate change is at the top of the University's agenda in research and development, the University seems to have little qualms about accepting funds from the world's mega polluters.
Mary Ellen Elin, a student of Lady Margaret Hall and a committed suffragist, leapt in front of the Christchurch boat, wrapped in a banner reading “DEEDS NOT WORDS”.
"Balls are a manifestation of the hierarchical independent school culture that persists in Oxford."
"If the structure of undergraduate life then had such adverse outcomes and is so worthy of condemnation – and the structure fundamentally hasn’t changed – what does that imply for Oxford now?"
Neily Raymond reviews Holding, Kristy Miles' new play at the Burton Taylor Studio.
"The idea of writing a column about a breakfast condiment may seem fanciful, but this particular marmalade does have a genuine place in British culture."
Much celebrated by the rowing community, it can be more than confusing for others so here is our rundown of everything you need to know ahead of Summer Eights 2022!
"Every play Caryl Churchill writes has revolutionised theatre."
Founding Fellas Productions have made an interesting choice in staging Carrie: The Musical at the Oxford Playhouse, which I watched in a dress rehearsal earlier this week. With its catastrophic production history (a book of Broadway failures is named after it), the musical is famously one of the biggest flops in theatre history.
About 5,000 runners took part in the 40th annual Town and Gown 10k run through the streets of Oxford on the morning of Sunday,...