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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
No "watershed" of A2 immigrants

No "watershed" of A2 immigrants

17th Jan 2015 by Marianna Spring
Oxford Migratory Observatory reports on unexpected trend
Oxford don: settlements not key issue in Israel's West Bank

Oxford don: settlements not key issue in Israel's West Bank

17th Jan 2015 by Tom Carter
Dr Hirschhorn cites 'underlying ideological tensions' as most important factor in the Arab-Israeli conflict
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
OUSU VP role up for grads

OUSU VP role up for grads

17th Jan 2015 by Elliot Burns
No one has yet come forward to replace Yasser Bhatti as OUSU Vice President for Graduates
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
Vice-President for Graduates resigns

Vice-President for Graduates resigns

9th Jan 2015 by Robert Walmsley
OUSU Vice-President for Graduates Yasser Bhatti has resigned, citing family reasons
Oxford team reaches final of WUDC

Oxford team reaches final of WUDC

6th Jan 2015 by Tom Carter
Oxford debaters enjoy success at the World University Debating Championships in Malaysia
Leelah Alcorn remembered in student organised vigil

Leelah Alcorn remembered in student organised vigil

4th Jan 2015 by Suzie Marshall
Oxford students help organise a vigil held yesterday in memory of Leelah Alcorn
Oxford University Hospitals in genomic project

Oxford University Hospitals in genomic project

24th Dec 2014 by Suzie Marshall
Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust named one of 11 Genomic Medicine Centres in England to take part in a...
OUSU condemns Home Secretary's 'Send Home' proposal

OUSU condemns Home Secretary's 'Send Home' proposal

23rd Dec 2014 by Charlie Atkins
OUSU issues statement criticising the government's proposal to send non-EU international students home once they...
Oxford first in the UK for university research

Oxford first in the UK for university research

19th Dec 2014 by Suzie Marshall
Oxford University tops the UK research rankings, claiming the most government funding, though London universities...
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
Petition asks The Sun to apologise for "transphobic" remark

Petition asks The Sun to apologise for "transphobic" remark

17th Dec 2014 by Suzie Marshall
Undergraduate Rowan Davis creates petition calling for The Sun editorial team to apologise for Rod Liddle's...
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...