June 2015 VERSA

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“You’ll be fine in your exams”, they said. “Examiners aren’t evil” they said. Exam season. That bane of student life. Friends at other unis finally… Read More ›

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There is, as BuzzFeed would put it, a weird new trend in women’s rights activism. The starvation and violence of suffrage campaigns, the powerful liberation movements… Read More ›

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Certain OULC members have circle-jerked into a frenzy as they claim credit for getting left-winger Jeremy Corbyn onto the Labour leadership ballot. Record 5-time winner… Read More ›

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For 24 hours nobody knew who was hosting A$AP Rocky – it’s now descended to tit-for-tat infighting On Sunday evening at 20:17, Annie Teriba created a… Read More ›

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Continuing its proud record of scrutiny, its relentless demands for transparency, and its lacklustre attempts at taking the piss, VERSA revisits an old habit: being… Read More ›

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There’s a new word on the internet. It appears to have started, as many of these things do, on American university campuses, and has spread… Read More ›

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Like it or not, exams end up being the most important and stressful things that you do at Oxford. As they get closer and closer,… Read More ›

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‘Oi look it’s the BFG!’ ‘God, she’s fucking grim.’ Thus the insults thrown at my friend in Cellar by two polite gentlemen. And you think heightism’s… Read More ›

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Despite a well-fought campaign Zuleyka, the self-confessed underdog, wasn’t able to stop Stu ascending to the wooden throne. Stu’s victory wasn’t casualty free, the Wadham… Read More ›

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Slaters gonna slate, slate, slate… And this time, it’s personal. The lines have been drawn. The starting-pistols have been fired. The vaguely snide comments in CherStu… Read More ›