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Balliol JCR spends £20k on painting

Balliol JCR spends £20k on painting

30th May 2015 by Tom Hall
Common Room votes to purchase valuable Grayson Perry piece
Oriel split over trans event

Oriel split over trans event

30th May 2015 by Suzie Marshall
Anger in JCR after motion to fund trans poetry event voted down
Trinity votes to keep gendered curry nights

Trinity votes to keep gendered curry nights

23rd May 2015 by Kim Darrah
Trinity JCR condemns singing of 'sexist' song but to keep curry nights separated along gender lines
Catz JCR declares independence from College

Catz JCR declares independence from College

23rd May 2015 by Jack Schofield
Following extraordinary open meeting, Catz JCR splits from College
Outrage from Oxford left following election result

Outrage from Oxford left following election result

15th May 2015 by Marianna Spring
Left organises action in protest against Conservative majority, plans anti-austerity measures
Somerville College condemns sexual harassment amid increased

Somerville College condemns sexual harassment amid increased

15th May 2015 by Suzie Marshall
Principal and JCR stand up against sexual harassment following increasing reports within college
Oxford Dignity Drive launched

Oxford Dignity Drive launched

9th May 2015 by Claire James, Ellen Milligan
Student-run campaign provides sanitary products for homeless women
Merton disciplinary measure declared unconstitutional

Merton disciplinary measure declared unconstitutional

9th May 2015 by Tom Hall
Merton students protest at new anti-smoking measure, claiming it breaks college regulations
Hertford Bursar recreates candidates out of Lego

Hertford Bursar recreates candidates out of Lego

9th May 2015 by Alex Doody
'Benign Lego obsessive' Dr Andrew Beaumont makes headlines with his plastic politicians
PPEist becomes PM

PPEist becomes PM

9th May 2015 by Cherwell News Team
General Election pits Corpus Christi against Brasenose in Britain’s closest election in decades
Powercuts cause chaos for Merton students

Powercuts cause chaos for Merton students

1st May 2015 by Elliot Langley
Students forced to revise by torchlight, eduroam goes down University-wide
"Inferno" at the Randolph

"Inferno" at the Randolph

17th Apr 2015 by Tom Hall
Emergency services have been called to the scene of a fire at the historic Randolph Hotel in Oxford's city centre
St John's in £150,000 legal dispute over hawthorn hedge

St John's in £150,000 legal dispute over hawthorn hedge

9th Apr 2015 by Tom Hall
A 180-yard stretch of hedgerow in Warwickshire is the subject of an expensive dispute between a retired man and a...
St Benet's to admit female undergraduates

St Benet's to admit female undergraduates

21st Mar 2015 by Suzie Marshall
The PPH is currently raising funds to acquire a second site in Oxford to house female undergraduate students
Catz students chase intruder from college

Catz students chase intruder from college

15th Mar 2015 by Tom Barrie
Second-years at St Catherine's found an unidentified man in their staircase and chased him from the scene,...
Catz ban on The Sun called into question

Catz ban on The Sun called into question

14th Mar 2015 by Ellen Milligan
St Catherine's College JCR called an extraordinary general meeting due to a poll on which newspapers the JCR should...
OUSU to subsidise sanitary products

OUSU to subsidise sanitary products

6th Mar 2015 by Niamh McIntyre
New scheme will absorb tax on tampons, pads and mooncups
Teddy Hall gym closed after student damage

Teddy Hall gym closed after student damage

6th Mar 2015 by Suzie Marshall
After students’ “disregard of gym etiquette” causes over £1,000 in damage, Teddy Hall closes the gym for a week
Oriel College dismisses contractor over harassment claims

Oriel College dismisses contractor over harassment claims

28th Feb 2015 by Georgia Latham
Builders working on the Rhodes Building development reported for “inappropriate remarks and behaviour”
Pembroke JCR condemns “discrimatory” fines system

Pembroke JCR condemns “discrimatory” fines system

28th Feb 2015 by Claire James, Lucjan Kaliniecki
JCR plans to work with college in seeking alternative methods of punishment for misbehaviour
Exeter College bottled by Jesus student

Exeter College bottled by Jesus student

28th Feb 2015 by Alex Doody
Police were called after an undergraduate from Jesus College smashed a glass window in Exeter