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Maybe a sinking or five would liven up VIIIs?

Summer hates: why rowing is dreadful (sorry rowers)

24th May 2016

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It’s that time of year again. Yep, it’s when the Isis swarms with 19 metre pieces of carbon fibre, inside which nestle people clad in… Read More ›

I voted Yes to NUS in 2014 – that was a mistake

I voted Yes to NUS in 2014 – that was a mistake

23rd May 2016

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Last time round I was in a bloody music video campaigning to stay in the NUS, I won’t make that mistake again. As a naive… Read More ›

Why RMF and student activism must fall

Why RMF and student activism must fall

19th May 2016

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There are many sensible arguments that explain why Rhodes mustn’t – nay – can’t fall. There are also arguments that seek to explain why he… Read More ›

The ethics of apparel appropriation in clubs

The ethics of apparel appropriation in clubs

18th May 2016

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Apparel appropriation in clubs, is a thorny issue; mired in controversy and characterised by blurred lines.  For the benefit of the naïve and unpolluted among… Read More ›

All my friends are lazy and I hate them

All my friends are lazy and I hate them

13th May 2016

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It was a warm midsummer evening. Walking along the grass with my lovely college friends, we began to debate the ways in which we would… Read More ›

Why the Oxford left should back Brexit

Why the Oxford left should back Brexit

13th May 2016

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Why should a left wing student vote to leave the EU? For many socialists, supporting the EU is a natural course of action to take.… Read More ›

Bridge is shit and overrated

Bridge is shit and overrated

5th May 2016

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Every Thursday without fail when the clock strikes 10, the sheeple perk up, slather on inordinate amounts of Rimmel London foundation and squeeze themselves into… Read More ›

No elitism please, we’re state school

No elitism please, we’re state school

3rd May 2016

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I’d like to start with a disclaimer: I spent my adolescent years at your run-of-the mill state school. You know the type – think asbestos,… Read More ›

Cartoon by Ioan Phillips

Anti-semitism and the left: deeper roots

1st May 2016

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The recent election of Malia Bouattia to NUS presidency has reinforced deep concerns over the prevalence of anti-semitism within the social justice movement and portions… Read More ›

VERSA debates: Why we must leave the NUS

VERSA debates: Why we must leave the NUS

30th April 2016

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That there should be a referendum in which every student can vote is something of a no brainer – it affects everyone, so it’s fair… Read More ›