The NUS referendum will be governed by short-termist, emotional thinking that will get us nowhere. In 1981, four senior Labour politicians broke away from their… Read More ›


For many South Africans, April 27th – or Freedom Day, invokes memories of the euphoria of 1994, when voters of all races voted alongside each… Read More ›


In an attempt to remove bias both in favour, and to the detriment of, University scholars, the Oxford University Society of Biomedical Sciences (OUSBMS) has… Read More ›

Experience, Freshers’ Guide, Procrastibait:

May Day is quite a big deal up here. But if you’re struggling to understand what’s so special about high-pitched, early morning singing or strangely… Read More ›


Delay tactics and a vague understanding of democracy at tonight’s meeting… The NUS Referendum passed tonight at the first week OUSU council meeting following several… Read More ›


It was a dark and dribbly night, so when David Klemperer handed me a generous glass of vintage Alsace, things were looking up. I was, however,… Read More ›


Today will see OUSU council debating a motion on disaffiliation from the NUS. The motion, proposed by NUS delegate and member of the Oh Well,… Read More ›


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… Read More ›

Procrastibait, Views:

Controversy over college ball themes seem to have become such a regular occurrence that it can be hard to keep track of them all, so… Read More ›


In an unprecedented move even in the farcical alternate reality of student politics, Malia Bouattia has begun her Presidency by writing an impassioned self-defence in… Read More ›