Vox is a new online hub, launched in June 2018, for communication of news, events and opinion articles from and about the University of Divinity community. It provides a point of connection for students, staff, alumni and other members of the University community.
Use the filters in the main menu to read, share and comment on articles; submit content for publication; and stay in touch with news and events most relevant to you.
- News articles keep you up to date with important announcements and reports on recent happenings within or about the University community.
- Browse the events list for upcoming gatherings which are open to the public (unless otherwise specified).
- Opinion articles written by our academics and members of our wider community will help you engage further in matters of social policy and other topical subjects. Views, thoughts and opinions expressed in these articles belong solely to the author and do not necessarily represent the official position of the University or any of its member Colleges.
Views, thoughts and opinions expressed in articles belong solely to the author and do not necessarily represent the official position of the University or any of its member Colleges.
The University of Divinity’s mission is to “demonstrate how to live in unity with diversity”. We actively foster dialogue and encourage you to participate in civil, engaged and respectful conversation.
The posting and presence of content on University of Divinity social media accounts and on this site do not constitute an endorsement from the University. Additionally, the University of Divinity does not agree with or endorse every comment that individuals post on our pages.
The majority of comments will be accepted; however, our moderators have broad discretion to remove or edit comments that violate our terms. These include:
- Spam or comments that are solely promotional in nature.
- Harassing or intimidating comments: while conversation and sharing of different ideas is encouraged, all comments need to be respectful towards our contributors and those leaving comments.
- Profanity, obscenity or vulgarity.
- Defamation to a person or people.
- Any other comments that our moderator deems inappropriate.
While our digital platforms are available 24/7, our moderation capabilities are not. We may not see every inappropriate comment right away. We ask readers to ignore personal attacks and negative speech or respond politely; and to report such behaviour directly to us. In cases of repeat offences, we will take action to block offenders from the page.
If you have any questions on the commenting policy, please contact us.