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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
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...
Tribunal declares Union rules changes invalid

Tribunal declares Union rules changes invalid

6th Dec 2014 by Tom Calver
RO Thomas Reynolds cleared of any interference, but candidates who broke the rules will not face tribunal
Disturbance outside popular Baby Love club night

Disturbance outside popular Baby Love club night

5th Dec 2014 by Georgia Latham
Two men denied entry after exhibiting antisocial behaviour and alleged homophobia
Detainees protest at Campsfield House

Detainees protest at Campsfield House

3rd Dec 2014 by Thea Slotover
Home Office denies the maltreatment of immigrants at the centre
Anti-slavery protests held on Cornmarket

Anti-slavery protests held on Cornmarket

30th Nov 2014 by Charlotte Molony
Students protest in campaign to strengthen legislation against modern slavery
John’s forced to change XXXmas-themed bop

John’s forced to change XXXmas-themed bop

30th Nov 2014 by Christian Amos
Controversial bop discussed in John’s JCR meeting after Junior Dean changes event title
New report puts OUSU under scrutiny

New report puts OUSU under scrutiny

30th Nov 2014 by Robert Walmsley
Report on performance of OUSU officers finds improvements still needed for some.
Jesus celebrates 40 years of women

Jesus celebrates 40 years of women

29th Nov 2014 by Tom Calver
Students and alumni look back on the “Jesus Experiment”
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
#OUSU2014 live

#OUSU2014 live

20th Nov 2014 by Cherwell
BREAKING: Becky Howe wins OUSU presidential elections. Keep refreshing this page for more updates
Frustration over OUSU elections

Frustration over OUSU elections

20th Nov 2014 by Tom Calver
With only a few hours before voting closes, students have expressed confusion over the online voting system and the...
Ten thoughts on this year's OUSU elections

Ten thoughts on this year's OUSU elections

18th Nov 2014 by Alex Bartram
Alex Bartram, a former candidate for OUSU President, shares his ten thoughts about this year's elections on the eve...
Christ Church refuses to hold "Abortion Culture" debate

Christ Church refuses to hold "Abortion Culture" debate

17th Nov 2014 by Tom Calver
College Censors deny permission to Oxford Students for Life to host event, while OSFL insist that the debate 'will...
Merton freshers forced to relocate following gas leak

Merton freshers forced to relocate following gas leak

17th Nov 2014 by Charlie Atkins
Several Merton first years were moved into alternative accommodation after a gas leak was discovered on Merton...
Union President facing disciplinary hearing over poll

Union President facing disciplinary hearing over poll

15th Nov 2014 by Stanislas Lalanne
President Mayank Banerjee will appear before a Senior Disciplinary Committee, facing charges of 'dereliction of...
OUSU hustings move to accessible venues

OUSU hustings move to accessible venues

15th Nov 2014 by Tom Calver
For Oxford and Right to Education slates boycott husts with accessibility fears
OUSU to decide on Free Education Demo

OUSU to decide on Free Education Demo

8th Nov 2014 by Robert Walmsley
OUSU forced to reconsider support for Demo following NUS withdrawal
Race for OUSU Presidency begins

Race for OUSU Presidency begins

7th Nov 2014 by Tom Calver
Adam Roberts, Becky Howe and Will Obeney are all in the Presidential race, after ‘joke candidate’ Sam Wiseman...
Oriel freshers hold scone sale following party trouble

Oriel freshers hold scone sale following party trouble

31st Oct 2014 by Cherwell News Team
Students to hold ‘The Scones Say Sorry’ event with proceeds going to St John’s Ambulance
Isobel Priest found "safe", police confirm

Isobel Priest found "safe", police confirm

25th Oct 2014 by Tom Calver
Fourth year Chemistry student from St Johns had been missing for 48 hours