• Editor's blog

    Christmas Common

    Cycling from London to Oxford

    Richard Lofthouse describes the longest commute of his life.
  • Oxonian in Cambridge

    Autumn

    Noise and Silence

    Our Oxfordian in Cambridge has celebrated her birthday -- but the rest of November is leaving her a little more cold.
  • Oxonian in Cambridge

    Professing Poetry

    Cambridge doesn't have a Professor of Poetry; Oxford just lost one.
  • Editor's blog

    A Day in the Life

    Richard Lofthouse describes a hectic day in Oxford planning the next issue of Oxford Today
  • Oxonian in Cambridge

    Clown and Gown

    Clown and Gown

    Caroline Jackson delights in the familiar faces of Oxbridge buskers.
  • Editor's blog

    The Future of Publishing

    The Future of Publishing

    Although there’s a lot of political noise around cycling at the moment, with an all-parliamentary cycling group report recently published called ‘Get Britain Cycling’, the fact is that Britain is not yet a cycling country.
  • Oxonian in Cambridge

    Baby Bard

    Baby Bard

    Caroline Jackson finds out what links the new Royal birth to Shakespeare.
  • Oxford and the media

    The Name Game

    The Name Game

    Barring school friends, contacts from Oxford can be some of the oldest in one’s life. At the time, it sometimes seems that those students who are pursuing a career in politics are the most assiduous at building up what is now called a “network”.
  • Editor's blog

    Ubyk, I Byk, We All Byk

    Ubyk, I Byk, We All Byk

    Although there’s a lot of political noise around cycling at the moment, with an all-parliamentary cycling group report recently published called ‘Get Britain Cycling’, the fact is that Britain is not yet a cycling country.
  • Oxonian in Cambridge

    School’s Out

    School’s Out

    The best exams are the last exams. Obviously. That goes for invigilation, too. Hitherto, there's the loneliness of the long paper paper-provider and pariah-like exhortations to leave quietly so as not to disturb those still sweating.

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