Oxford Student Radio

Oxide Radio - Oxford Student RadioOxide Radio is a student-run radio station which plays out through the Internet. We feature a wide range of different shows that broadcast throughout the Oxford term: music shows of all genres, from indie tracks to Nordic tunes; chat shows featuring student agony aunts, or discussing the latest celebrity news; and plenty of news and sport for good measure too covering stories in Oxford and further afield.

Listen: oxfordradio.live

Oxford Student Newspaper

The Oxford Student is a weekly newspaper produced by and for members of the University of Oxford; it is sometimes abbreviated to The OxStu.

The paper was established in 1992 by the Oxford University Student Union (OUSU). The Oxford Student is owned by OUSU and run through the Student Union’s commercial subsidiary, Oxford Student Services Ltd (OSSL), who also publish The Oxford Forum. The newspaper’s constitution grants the paper editorial independence.

We’re looking for enthusiastic writers, photographers, cartoonists, filmmakers and editors to join the paper in Michaelmas Term 2013. As the largest student publication in Oxford, The OxStu‘s print edition reaches over 15,000 readers every week and we’re always on the lookout for fresh talent.

Working for The OxStu is a fantastic way to gain experience in journalism, and even work with national newspapers.

If you are interested and would like more information on positions available, visit the OxStu website.