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‘A third of young women have been groped,’ finds NUS study

‘A third of young women have been groped,’ finds NUS study

17th Sep 2014 by Stan Lalanne
An NUS study into sexual harassment has found it to be pervasive throughout British universities
Oxford tweeters third politest in UK

Oxford tweeters third politest in UK

11th Sep 2014 by Stan Lalanne
Tweeters from Oxford are the third politest in the UK, based on the percentage of tweets containing swearing
Labour hold Carfax ward in controversial by-election

Labour hold Carfax ward in controversial by-election

8th Sep 2014 by Stan Lalanne
Labour hold the student-dominated ward, but opponents say election was 'against spirit of democracy'
Prince William opens new China Centre building at St Hugh’s

Prince William opens new China Centre building at St Hugh’s

8th Sep 2014 by Tom Calver
Duchess of Cambridge forced to cancel visit after pregnancy announcement
"Tolkien's Tree" removed from Botanic Garden

"Tolkien's Tree" removed from Botanic Garden

1st Sep 2014 by Tom Calver
The removal of a 215 year-old tree that may have inspired Tolkien's 'ents' nears completion in Oxford's famous...
Ebola vaccine to be trialled in Oxford

Ebola vaccine to be trialled in Oxford

30th Aug 2014 by Ellen O'Neill
Oxford Academic is looking for volunteers to try a vaccine against Ebola
OUSU gets Living Wage accreditation

OUSU gets Living Wage accreditation

30th Aug 2014 by Stan Lalanne
The Student Union has been officially recognized as a Living Wage employer by the Living Wage Foundation
Merton top 2013/14 Norrington Table

Merton top 2013/14 Norrington Table

19th Aug 2014 by Tom Calver
The University advises colleges to treat the new rankings with “caution” as Pembroke slip 17 places to bottom
Oxford places ninth in global uni rankings

Oxford places ninth in global uni rankings

17th Aug 2014 by Tom Calver
The University moves up one place from last year, although finds itself four places behind the Tabs, according to...
Pembroke tutor returns to work following death of student

Pembroke tutor returns to work following death of student

8th Aug 2014 by April Peake
A tutor has successfully appealed against his suspension from work following the death of a student last year
Oxford study shows playing video games is good for children

Oxford study shows playing video games is good for children

8th Aug 2014 by Stan Lalanne
Research has shown that playing video games for an hour a day can be beneficial for children
NUS adopts support for boycott of Israel

NUS adopts support for boycott of Israel

4th Aug 2014 by Robert Walmsley
NUS NEC votes in favour of amended motion supporting Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) against Israel
St. Cross extension gets green light

St. Cross extension gets green light

31st Jul 2014 by Charlie Atkins
St. Cross College's attempts to overturn Oxford City Council's decision to refuse planning permission for new West...
By-election to be held for Carfax City Council seat

By-election to be held for Carfax City Council seat

31st Jul 2014 by Robert Walmsley
A by-election for a vacant Oxford City Council in Carfax ward has been scheduled for Thursday 4 September 2014
 Dawkins rape comments condemned

Dawkins rape comments condemned

30th Jul 2014 by Alex Stronell
Campaigners decry Dawkins' 'unsettling and provocative' tweets on 'mild' and 'violent' types of rape
Students and alumni compete in Commonwealth Games

Students and alumni compete in Commonwealth Games

28th Jul 2014 by Stan Lalanne
Six Dark Blues are competing in the 2014 Commonwealth Games
Four people arrested as rival demonstrations clash in Oxford

Four people arrested as rival demonstrations clash in Oxford

28th Jul 2014 by April Peake
Arrests made as National Front demonstration clashes with counter-protesters
OOTB charity single gets Shakira seal of approval

OOTB charity single gets Shakira seal of approval

24th Jul 2014 by Alex Stronell
Out of the Blue’s charity single, ‘Hips Don’t Lie,’ plugged by Shakira
Vigil draws attention to plight of Oxford's Gaza scholars

Vigil draws attention to plight of Oxford's Gaza scholars

23rd Jul 2014 by Tom Calver
A memorial vigil is being held for an Oxford Brookes student who lost family in attack, while Oxford University's...
Oxford Playhouse begins major refurbishment

Oxford Playhouse begins major refurbishment

23rd Jul 2014 by Stan Lalanne
Oxford’s busiest theatre has begun a three year modernization project
Anger over community centre takeover

Anger over community centre takeover

23rd Jul 2014 by Lucy Valsamidis
Residents and students have voiced concern over the takeover of the East Oxford Community Centre