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Controversy as don receives RSPCA award

Controversy as don receives RSPCA award

8th Mar 2014 by Rosie Petersen
Oxford researchers should not be praised for animal welfare, say activists
Hilda's library closes the night before Classics mods

Hilda's library closes the night before Classics mods

8th Mar 2014 by Charlie Atkins
St Hilda’s Library unexpectedly closes early less than 24 hours before the start of second year classicists’ exams.
Living Wage campaign gathers speed

Living Wage campaign gathers speed

7th Mar 2014 by Georgia Latham, Holly Whiston
Students across Oxford resume calls for higher pay
39% of Oxford students have had unprotected sex

39% of Oxford students have had unprotected sex

5th Mar 2014 by Esther Hodges
C+ looks at contraception, STIs, and students’ attitudes toward sexual health
Oxford research maps populations' genetic histories

Oxford research maps populations' genetic histories

25th Feb 2014 by Rob Macquarie, Emma Cookson
The ancestral genetic mix of populations across the world has been mapped by a research team from Oxford and UCL
Oxford research influences NHS decision

Oxford research influences NHS decision

25th Feb 2014 by Jennie Han
A study published by Oxford professors has been used to inform a clinical guideline concerning cardiovascular treatment
History special subjects restricted

History special subjects restricted

25th Feb 2014 by Nikita Makarchev
Students frustrated as faculty cuts “24-capped” Special Subjects
A fine time to be an Oxford University Librarian

A fine time to be an Oxford University Librarian

22nd Feb 2014 by Nick Hilton
Students paid almost £130,000 in fines to Bodleian libraries in the last academic year, with the Social Sciences...
Students protest against Oxford investments

Students protest against Oxford investments

21st Feb 2014 by Joel Nelson
Campaigners call for divestment from fossil fuel companies in Radcliffe Square
Oxford English Dictionary's 130th anniversary

Oxford English Dictionary's 130th anniversary

19th Feb 2014 by Megan Gibbons
Last week marked 130 years since the first publication of a comprehensive English dictionary
What does OUSU really do for Oxford students?

What does OUSU really do for Oxford students?

15th Feb 2014 by Esther Hodges
With Oriel JCR having recently voted to disaffiliate from OUSU, Cherwell asks what role Oxford's student union plays
Oxford academic condemns growing social injustice

Oxford academic condemns growing social injustice

8th Feb 2014 by Cameron Quinn
Halfour Mackinder Professor of Human Geography denounces widening class division
Oxford Don discovers two Sappho poems

Oxford Don discovers two Sappho poems

7th Feb 2014 by Fay Watson
Papyrologist, Dr Dirk Obbinik, finds two poems from the Ancient Greek lyric poet
Oxford researcher photographs rare bird

Oxford researcher photographs rare bird

31st Jan 2014 by Natalie Hallam
Oxford researcher photographs tropical bird whilst on a research expedition
Solar lull worries scientists

Solar lull worries scientists

31st Jan 2014 by Ellen Brewster
Oxford research shows the suns activity is at its lowest for 100 years.
Cambridge to teach four year olds

Cambridge to teach four year olds

31st Jan 2014 by Enyuan Khong
Children as young as four are to be taught by Cambridge University
Oxford historians angry at Foreign Office archive

Oxford historians angry at Foreign Office archive

31st Jan 2014 by Alex Stronell
Oxford academics amongst those demanding Foreign Secretary to release 1.2 million illegally-hoarded files
The wealthy should pay for top state schools

The wealthy should pay for top state schools

31st Jan 2014 by Robyn Murphy
Headmaster of London's Wellington College says wealthy parents should pay to send their children to top state schools
Cambridge raises entry requirements

Cambridge raises entry requirements

31st Jan 2014 by Will Carter
Prospective science students will require A*A*A to study at Cambridge
Oxford fraudsters con up to £100m a year

Oxford fraudsters con up to £100m a year

27th Jan 2014 by Stan Lalanne
Police and Crime Commissioner condemns international fraud operations in Oxfordshire
Free School receives six Oxbridge offers

Free School receives six Oxbridge offers

26th Jan 2014 by Jingtian Chen
'Eton of the East End' sees early success in sending students to top universities