There is an age-old cliché that students are the leaders of tomorrow, yet too many student leaders are now part of a problem which has left thousands of Jewish students without any trust in the organisation which is supposed to represent them on a national level. When the seriousness of antisemitism is trivialised in this way by those at the top of a movement, we should worry about the direction in which our society is heading.
The 86 students are making the most of the pool, gym and cooked breakfasts to get over their disappointment.
For many prospective Oxford students, getting to live in the famous halls of Britain’s oldest university is an attractive
Are you brainy enough to tackle them?
For Britain’s brightest young people, it’s a tense time of year. With the Oxbridge application deadline just around the corner
Teachers fear their pupils wont enjoy studying at Oxford or Cambridge
More than four in ten teachers at state secondary schools say they would rarely, if ever, advise their brightest pupils to
"Is it wrong how much I enjoy watching the University Challenge contestants squirm when Jeremy says 'a piece of popular music'?"
Monday’s edition of University Challenge had viewers glued to their screens with a particularly interesting set of contestants
Do you remember the image of two-year-old Aylan Kurdis' body on a Turkish beach, which shook social media? How did you feel when you looked at it? Did you feel angry? Sad? Powerless? I will tell you what I felt: I felt tired of seeing everyone sharing this awful image, and feeling bad. I felt that only sharing those images wouldn't help preventing more awful images from being created; it wouldn't help to change the situation. And that is what I wanted: I wanted to be able to help.