Archive for March, 2016

Civil war rattles the “fascist” leadership of free speech facebook group

Civil war rattles the “fascist” leadership of free speech facebook group

31st March 2016

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Civil wars throughout history have been numerous. They have been bloody. However, The Wars of the Roses, The Troubles, the American civil war, the Korean… Read More ›

Shock as Oxford University performs well in league tables

Shock as Oxford University performs well in league tables

30th March 2016

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There was international shock this month as league table producers such as Times Higher Education (THE) and QS released their latest tables, with Oxford (pronounced… Read More ›

What easter egg is your college?

What easter egg is your college?

28th March 2016

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As the end of March approached, the shops began to fill with Easter eggs of various sorts, for reasons we cannot discuss here, for fear… Read More ›

You win some, you lose some: boat race ends in a draw.

You win some, you lose some: boat race ends in a draw.

27th March 2016

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Today, at the most contested sporting fixture of the calendar, Oxford pulled ahead to victory in the women’s race but ultimately failed to totally annihilate… Read More ›

Sam Collier, smouldering

VERSA interviews Sam Collier, Oxford cox in The Boat Race 2016

27th March 2016

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So, it’s that moment of the year again, when families from across the world come together to feast and laugh and celebrate the resurrection of… Read More ›

VERSA’s guide to The Boat Race 2016

VERSA’s guide to The Boat Race 2016

25th March 2016

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If, like the vast majority of the Oxford student population, the annual Boat Race for you means an excuse to have a party, get drunk… Read More ›

NUS’ motion against gay men’s rep is out of touch and wrong

NUS’ motion against gay men’s rep is out of touch and wrong

24th March 2016

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Utterly detached from the needs of the students it claims to represent and mired in the intellectually spurious and authoritarian ideology that pervades the far-left,… Read More ›

The colourful shots taste like medicine you might take for an ear-infection on holiday

Image credit: GW Fins

Why we should mourn the closure of Roppongi

23rd March 2016

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We should mourn the tragic demise of one of Oxford’s least known clubs – the hidden treasure of Roppongi. You may never have heard of Roppongi,… Read More ›

Oxford students prepare to march against Donald Trump

Oxford students prepare to march against Donald Trump

22nd March 2016

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In what may be the most elaborate pre-ing session for Mayday yet, Oxford students will be gathering on the 30th April to march against Donald… Read More ›

It’s fine that St Patrick’s day has fallen prey to cultural appropriation

It’s fine that St Patrick’s day has fallen prey to cultural appropriation

20th March 2016

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The 17th of March sees a green tide sweep across the pubs of the nation and green tides gush out of the mouths of the… Read More ›