The University must take a look at itself before dishing out trashing fines
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.
Who are we really trashing?
In light of Oxford Climate Justice’s campaign report, which found that between 2015 and 2020, Oxford accepted at least £8.2 million in research grants...
The Undercurrent: Fun – a vital ingredient for optimising your performance?
Only Oxford could turn the delicate process of divulging a mental health issue into a sick version of Britain’s Got Talent that’s all sob-story and no singing
Merton bans trashing over fears of ‘elitism’
A junior dean claimed that trashing represents the University's "elitism, ostentation, and lavishness”
Students defy University’s trashing clampdown
The gates leading from Exam Schools to Merton Street were locked following second-year medics' final exam
The hidden costs of trashing revealed
Trashing is officially banned in the University's regulations, but that doesn't stop them from paying out £25,000 in security and cleaning costs
Torpids, trashings, and other traditions
Mia Millman discusses strange Oxford traditions and how they impact students and outreach