March 2015 VERSA

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Whilst everyone was preoccupied with silly hand gestures, far more sinister machinations took place in camera: here’s what the NUS really ‘achieved’ this week… It was inevitable,… Read More ›

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Our Editor-in-Chief is cold and empty and you shouldn’t listen to her.* Some time last week Ella, our esteemed Editor-in-Chief, published this article entitled “How… Read More ›

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Jazz-hands replaced applause at this years NUS Women’s Conference – at the behest of Oxford’s WomCam. The internet has taken this about as seriously as you’d… Read More ›

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There was recently another earthquake in student politics. It registered a cool 5 on the nichter scale (the Richter scale for things that don’t matter)… Read More ›

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In a move that has literally sent shockwaves through the city, hundreds of eco-activists have laid waste to one of Oxford’s most prominent buildings This act… Read More ›

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A collection of some of the world’s brightest minds’ take-downs of students. Feel good at their expense, for free! In light of the recent receipt of… Read More ›

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Free Education isn’t the real issue, at best it’s just a good slogan. I’ll start this with a confession, I went to the Free Education march. I… Read More ›

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It’s that time of year! Aren’t you having a lovely week? Don’t you just adore your subject? No, obviously not, you hate every moment of… Read More ›

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Student journalism is important, obviously… but that doesn’t excuse it being boring as sin I’m not about to argue that student journalism is worthless or… Read More ›

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We’re all adults and nobody has any excuses any more. So it’s time to come out and say it: some of you are just arseholes,… Read More ›