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900 students ready for Queerfest

900 students ready for Queerfest

22nd Nov 2014 by Lucjan Kaliniecki
The 'Let it Go' themed evening at Wadham caps off a highly successful Queer Week
Benet’s Master struggles in attempt to admit women

Benet’s Master struggles in attempt to admit women

22nd Nov 2014 by Ellen O'Neill
University criticised as all-male PPH seeks second building for women undergraduates
Dean criticised over Christ Church racism response

Dean criticised over Christ Church racism response

22nd Nov 2014 by Daniel Ward
Dean’s comments described as “dismissive” and “very troubling”
Worrying lack of competition in Teddy Hall JCR elections

Worrying lack of competition in Teddy Hall JCR elections

22nd Nov 2014 by Sam Dayan
President, Secretary and Charities positions uncontested, while two positions are without candidates 
OUSU launches “Bye Bi Prejudice” campaign

OUSU launches “Bye Bi Prejudice” campaign

22nd Nov 2014 by Lucy Valsamidis
OUSU’s “Bye Bi Prejudice” campaign to provide a platform for students of non-monosexual identities to dispel...
Becky Howe wins OUSU Presidential election

Becky Howe wins OUSU Presidential election

20th Nov 2014 by Tom Calver
Landslide victory for Howe, as the teamABC candidate claims 1,343 votes, with Will Obeney on 633 and Adam Roberts on 461
#OUSU2014 live

#OUSU2014 live

20th Nov 2014 by Cherwell
BREAKING: Becky Howe wins OUSU presidential elections. Keep refreshing this page for more updates
OUSU still backing Free Education Demo

OUSU still backing Free Education Demo

17th Nov 2014 by Robert Walmsley
Despite health and safety concerns, OUSU Council reaffirms its support for the demonstration
Record number of applicants to Oxford

Record number of applicants to Oxford

3rd Nov 2014 by Elliot Burns
Oxford applications have risen sharply this year with numbers exceeding that of Cambridge
Oxford joins Google in Artificial Intelligence partnership

Oxford joins Google in Artificial Intelligence partnership

3rd Nov 2014 by Sascha Brooksbank
Google Deepmind and Oxford University have recently announced AI partnership
Oxford: First Impressions

Oxford: First Impressions

16th Oct 2014 by Elizabeth Zang, Lily Taylor
Cherwell talks to Oxford students about their experiences, memories, and first impressions of the historic university
University and OUSU move to tackle sexual harassment

University and OUSU move to tackle sexual harassment

23rd Sep 2014 by Tom Calver
20 colleges will run compulsory workshops in freshers’ week, while a revised harassment policy will make “more...
Hertford hall now decorated solely by portraits of women

Hertford hall now decorated solely by portraits of women

23rd Sep 2014 by Alex Stronell
Commemorating the 40th anniversary of co-education, Hertford College will hang women's portraits for one year
Oxford medics question proposed bus link

Oxford medics question proposed bus link

22nd Sep 2014 by Emilia Belli
New connection will run between South Parks Road and the John Radcliffe hospital
Oxford film wins big at Portobello festival

Oxford film wins big at Portobello festival

17th Sep 2014 by Tom Calver
Alexander Darby’s The Wishing Horse scoops £1,000 prize for Best London Film
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
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
 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
Study investigates paranoia among cannabis users

Study investigates paranoia among cannabis users

23rd Jul 2014 by Tom Calver
Research by Oxford scientists proves why users of the drug suffer short-term paranoia