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Details emerge of George Osborne’s Isis editorship

Remaining copies of the new Evening Standard editor’s 1992 ‘Hemp Edition’ had mysteriously vanished from the Oxford Union archives

Oxford University launches £10 million medical marijuana research program

The project could make the UK the leading frontier in medical marijuana research

Welsh students set for Jesus College summer school

High-achieving Welsh teenagers to be hosted at four-day summer school to trial Oxford life

Somerville to build accommodation on historical site

One hundred and ten student rooms are to be built on the site of the Royalist Civil War defence line

Open House squatters evicted from second University building

Twenty people have been offered overnight shelter in an East Oxford church

Several College heads missed off Brexit open letter

Notable absentees from original list of signatories have expressed their desire to have been included

Oxford heads sign open letter for EU residency rights

Vice-Chancellor and heads of 35 Colleges and PPHs write in support of Lords amendment to guarantee EU residency rights

Malala Yousafzai receives offer to study at Oxford

BREAKING: Nobel Prize winning activist will study PPE at LMH so long as she achieves AAA offer, Telegraph report claims

Study launched to reduce Oxford city centre emissions

The £30,000 study will look at whether petrol and diesel vehicles should be banned from the city centre by 2020

Oxford University gives squatters five days to vacate temporary homeless shelter

Osney Open House say 21 homeless people must leave former power station by Sunday, after Oxford University serve possession order in court
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Lola Lo’s closes down and is replaced by new retro bar

Without a final farewell, Lola Lo's has shut its doors for the last time
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Atheists among the least afraid of death—Oxford study

A study has shown that atheists are not necessarily the most anxious about death

Marvel’s Netflix universe is going badly wrong, and it’s the writing that’s to blame

Christopher Goring takes a look at Netflix’s increasingly troubled corner of the Marvel Cinematic Universe in a spoiler-filled examination of how everything went off the rails

Six Nations hints at future Lions XV

With the Six Nations over, Theo Davies-Lewis picks his strongest British and Irish Lions XV

From another Bridge: On the Westminster attack in London

Carolina Earle reflects on the recent London terror attack, its impact on our society, and how we must respond when faced by traumatic events