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Proposals in Exeter and Pembroke to appoint BME Officers

Proposals in Exeter and Pembroke to appoint BME Officers

13th Feb 2015 by Alex Doody
Exeter and Pembroke JCRS a step closer to joining the twelve other colleges with BME officers
Protests at Exeter over OSFL abortion panel event

Protests at Exeter over OSFL abortion panel event

7th Feb 2015 by Alex Doody
Exeter College goes ahead with the discussion despite protesters from across the University
Earache for Keble undergraduate

Earache for Keble undergraduate

1st Feb 2015 by Suzie Marshall
Pliers end up stuck to student’s ear as he tries to remove earring
Gender-specific toilets flushed away at Regent’s Park

Gender-specific toilets flushed away at Regent’s Park

1st Feb 2015 by Iweta Kalinowska
JCR passes a motion to convert toilets back to gender-neutral after holiday conversion
College JCRs overspend in Michaelmas 2014

College JCRs overspend in Michaelmas 2014

31st Jan 2015 by Ellen Milligan
Budgets shows that several Colleges' JCRs spent more than anticipated last term
LMH bop theme accused of cultural insensitivity

LMH bop theme accused of cultural insensitivity

31st Jan 2015 by Isabelle Monteiro
The 'Arabian Nights' themed bop sparks controversy amongst students
Home bursar’s claims dismissed

Home bursar’s claims dismissed

20th Jan 2015 by Marianna Spring
Tribunal dismisses “multiple complaints” against St Peter’s college
Redesigned junction is “an accident waiting to happen”

Redesigned junction is “an accident waiting to happen”

17th Jan 2015 by Sam Joyce
Cycling safety groups have warned of confusing signs at newly opened Hythe Street junction
Oxford to expand on outreach

Oxford to expand on outreach

17th Jan 2015 by Claire James
£22 million national scheme to improve outreach allows Oxford University to expand access to disadvantaged schools
Port Meadow graduate accommodation under threat

Port Meadow graduate accommodation under threat

17th Jan 2015 by Emma Cookson
Retrospective environmental report recommends removing the top floors of Castle Mill
Somerville's summer school shame

Somerville's summer school shame

17th Jan 2015 by Luke Barratt
£6,499 summer school claims to 'prepare for admissions process', contradicting college's instructions
Oxford students bopping mad at controversial St Hugh’s theme

Oxford students bopping mad at controversial St Hugh’s theme

17th Jan 2015 by Suzie Marshall
Oxford LGBTQ community reacts to decision to change St Hugh’s Bop from ‘Queerbop’ to ‘Express Yourself’
Ebola treatment begins trials in Liberia

Ebola treatment begins trials in Liberia

17th Jan 2015 by Jack Doyle
New oral antiviral trialled by Oxford researchers
City Council Slashed by Central Government

City Council Slashed by Central Government

17th Jan 2015 by Suzie Marshall
Oxford City Council' will lose funding from central government by 2019
St Hilda’s applies for civil marriage license

St Hilda’s applies for civil marriage license

23rd Dec 2014 by Marianna Spring
Oxfordshire County Council launches public consultation regarding St Hilda's request to hold civil ceremonies
Guardian editor to become LMH Principal

Guardian editor to become LMH Principal

18th Dec 2014 by Elliot Burns
Alan Rusbridger is to take up the position of Principal of Lady Margaret Hall after leaving his post at the Guardian
Hertford becomes accredited Living Wage employer

Hertford becomes accredited Living Wage employer

16th Dec 2014 by Alex Stronell
Hertford College has become the first Oxford college to obtain Living Wage accreditation
Many Oxford students do not register to vote

Many Oxford students do not register to vote

13th Dec 2014 by Suzie Marshall
Fall in the number of students registered to vote at the next general election prompts concerns that student voices...
 “Major improvements” to University's harassment policy

“Major improvements” to University's harassment policy

13th Dec 2014 by Marianna Spring
Oxford clarifies and simplifies procedures regarding harassment and bullying
Somerville College sets up Skype room

Somerville College sets up Skype room

9th Dec 2014 by Suzie Marshall
A designated Skype room has been set up in Somerville College, to be used over the admissions period for Skype...
Upward social mobility has gone into reverse

Upward social mobility has gone into reverse

5th Dec 2014 by Ellen Milligan
Oxford study suggests that there is now less 'room at the top' for younger generations to aspire to