VERSA | OUSU to introduce new press regulations – and VERSA loves it

In the wake of the No Offence scandal surrounding this year’s freshers’ fair, OUSU is set to clamp down on the broader student press – imposing from 0th Week a new set of regulations upon any Oxford-produced content which has an audience including marginalised groups. Such groups include BME students, the LGBTQIA+ community, people of colour, differently abled people, […]

VERSA | Jazz-hands replace clapping at NUS Women conference

Yeah, you read that right. Oxford’s very own WomCam requested that attendees at the NUS Women’s Conference refrain from applauding speakers and their points, and instead perform ‘feminist jazz hands‘ to show approval. Clapping was “triggering” for some attendees, said WomCam. @nuswomcam please can we ask people to stop clapping but do feminist jazz hands? it’s […]

Oliver Shore, Author at VERSA

Procrastibait: 38: the number of slots on a roulette wheel, the number of degrees  needed to make a petition website, and, until recently, the number of… Read More › Views: Two VERSA writers have obtained exclusive access to OUSU’s plans to end oppressive discourse in Oxford – and, to their own surprise, are completely enamoured … […]

Phil Matthews, Author at VERSA

News: In the face of growing anti-Semitism allegation levelled at the newly elected union President Malia Bouattia, Cambridge students have voted against disaffiliating from the NUS.… Read More › News: In the latest confirmation that OUSU is filled with green-voting vegans, plans to create an ‘edible planting group’ have come to light.  In an email… […]