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Oxford academic criticizes badger cull

Oxford academic criticizes badger cull

10th Jul 2014 by Stan Lalanne
A leading academic has branded pilot badger culls an 'epic faliure'
Oxford scientist suggests yeti is real

Oxford scientist suggests yeti is real

6th Jul 2014 by Tom Calver
Geneticist Bryan Sykes matches Himalayan hair sample to prehistoric bear DNA
Christ Church newlyweds achieve internet fame

Christ Church newlyweds achieve internet fame

4th Jul 2014 by Tom Calver
Honeymoon photo receives over 10,000 likes after “shotgun” wedding
National demonstration for free education planned

National demonstration for free education planned

2nd Jul 2014 by Robert Walmsley
A coalition of student groups have called a protest in London in support of free education
Oxford University societies win national awards

Oxford University societies win national awards

30th Jun 2014 by Stan Lalanne
Oxford Ice Hockey Trust and Oxford Guild receive awards at the 2014 RBS ESSA conference
Oxford second in adult toys league table

Oxford second in adult toys league table

30th Jun 2014 by Tom Calver
New survey shows slight drop in spending on adult toys by Oxford students but there's still a strong showing from...
WomCam officer condemns Balliol bop DJ

WomCam officer condemns Balliol bop DJ

25th Jun 2014 by Tom Calver
Banned song 'Blurred Lines' leaves bitter taste at final Balliol bop of term
Union candidates disqualified for electoral malpractice

Union candidates disqualified for electoral malpractice

21st Jun 2014 by Nick Mutch
Presidential candidate Sunny Jain is banned from standing in future Oxford Union elections as OUSU VP Sarah Pine and...
Union President will not be charged

Union President will not be charged

18th Jun 2014 by Cherwell News Team
The Police and the Crown Prosecution Service say they will be taking no further action against Ben Sullivan
Lisa Wehden wins Union presidency

Lisa Wehden wins Union presidency

14th Jun 2014 by Tom Hall
Wehden beats Sunny Jain and Chris Frost to Presidency amidst low voter turnout and ballot problems
Proctors’ Office requires registered clubs to change rules

Proctors’ Office requires registered clubs to change rules

13th Jun 2014 by Robert Walmsley
Clubs registered with the University now required to meet regulations that came into effect in October 2013
University committee backs Living Wage for staff

University committee backs Living Wage for staff

13th Jun 2014 by Robert Walmsley
The University’s Planning, Resources and Allocation Committee has recommended that the University Council adopt a...
Students in 27 hour human trafficking protest

Students in 27 hour human trafficking protest

13th Jun 2014 by Rowan Borchers
Christian student group JustLove protest 27 hours for 27 million victims of human trafficking
OUSU Council approves budget

OUSU Council approves budget

13th Jun 2014 by Robert Walmsley
OUSU Council vote to approve student union’s budget for academic year 2014/15
OULC introduce gender-balanced electoral college

OULC introduce gender-balanced electoral college

13th Jun 2014 by Tom Calver
OULC divides voters into two electoral colleges: those who identify as men and who don’t
University in £10 million IT system overspend

University in £10 million IT system overspend

13th Jun 2014 by Alex Stronell
Academics criticise mismanagement of budget 'blunder' amidst oversight committee response
Sultan's honorary doctorate upheld despite objections

Sultan's honorary doctorate upheld despite objections

13th Jun 2014 by Tom Hall
Students outraged that the Sultan of Brunei's honorary doctorate has been upheld, despite his country's homophobic laws
OUSU Council votes to stay affiliated to NUS

OUSU Council votes to stay affiliated to NUS

13th Jun 2014 by Megan Gibbons, Tom Hall
Council rejects the possibility of holding a future referendum by a large majority after first vote declared null
Worry for finalists after errors in exam papers

Worry for finalists after errors in exam papers

13th Jun 2014 by Tom Calver
Students sitting exams in Politics, History and Microeconomics suffer from mistakes in papers
Oxford professor: rules of the internet will be 'forgotten'

Oxford professor: rules of the internet will be 'forgotten'

13th Jun 2014 by Esther Hodges
Oxford professor Luciano Floridi warns that a European Court Ruling allowing people to remove their names from...
Hertford pushes for Living Wage accreditation

Hertford pushes for Living Wage accreditation

13th Jun 2014 by Alex Stronell
Hertford JCR has sent an open letter in support of the college gaining accreditation to Principal Will Hutton, who...