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900 students ready for Queerfest

900 students ready for Queerfest

22nd Nov 2014 by Lucjan Kaliniecki
The 'Let it Go' themed evening at Wadham caps off a highly successful Queer Week
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
Dean criticised over Christ Church racism response

Dean criticised over Christ Church racism response

22nd Nov 2014 by Daniel Ward
Dean’s comments described as “dismissive” and “very troubling”
Worrying lack of competition in Teddy Hall JCR elections

Worrying lack of competition in Teddy Hall JCR elections

22nd Nov 2014 by Sam Dayan
President, Secretary and Charities positions uncontested, while two positions are without candidates 
OUSU launches “Bye Bi Prejudice” campaign

OUSU launches “Bye Bi Prejudice” campaign

22nd Nov 2014 by Lucy Valsamidis
OUSU’s “Bye Bi Prejudice” campaign to provide a platform for students of non-monosexual identities to dispel...
Oxford Diocese votes to divest from fossil fuels

Oxford Diocese votes to divest from fossil fuels

22nd Nov 2014 by Harry Gosling
Pressure builds on the Church of England to follow Oxford’s lead after the diocese divests from fossil fuels
Dapper Laughs' Oxford Tour Date Cancelled

Dapper Laughs' Oxford Tour Date Cancelled

22nd Nov 2014 by Fay Watson
The controversial personality will no longer be performing at the O2 Academy in February 2015
#OUSU2014 live

#OUSU2014 live

20th Nov 2014 by Cherwell
BREAKING: Becky Howe wins OUSU presidential elections. Keep refreshing this page for more updates
Mckellen says LGBTQ academics have a "duty" to come out

Mckellen says LGBTQ academics have a "duty" to come out

20th Nov 2014 by Lucy Valsamidis
Sir Ian Mckellen tells Cherwell that it is the responsibility of gay dons to “set the tone of what this place is”
Pembroke join #TypeOnesie campaign

Pembroke join #TypeOnesie campaign

20th Nov 2014 by Marianna Spring
Students at Pembroke don onesies in order to raise awareness and money for research into Type 1 Diabetes
St John's JCR provides £200 to set up a political caucus

St John's JCR provides £200 to set up a political caucus

20th Nov 2014 by Sam Dayan
The 'Keeping up with the Balliols' motion was passed last week by John's
Novice pentathletes dominate Tabs in Iffley face-off

Novice pentathletes dominate Tabs in Iffley face-off

18th Nov 2014 by Anna Murphy
Oxford athletes trying pentathlon for the first time beat their Cambridge counterparts in both the men’s and...
Trinity keeps heteronormative marriage system

Trinity keeps heteronormative marriage system

17th Nov 2014 by Henry Shalders
JCR’s decision not to change its controversial college marriage process angers LGBTQ campaigners
Regent's Park go meat-free one day a week

Regent's Park go meat-free one day a week

17th Nov 2014 by Sam Dayan
Students and fellows vote in favour of a weekly 'Vegetarian Day', starting from next term
Rampant Lancers secure first ever victory

Rampant Lancers secure first ever victory

17th Nov 2014 by Jacob Rabinowitz
The Lancers, Oxford’s American Football team, beat the Anglia Ruskin Rhinos 62-0
OUSU Debate 2014

OUSU Debate 2014

16th Nov 2014 by Esther Hodges, Moira Low Ching, Ellen Brewster, Lily Taylor
This week sees Oxford go to the polls for the OUSU elections. Cherwell has been talking to OUSU's Presidential...
Union President facing disciplinary hearing over poll

Union President facing disciplinary hearing over poll

15th Nov 2014 by Stan Lalanne
President Mayank Banerjee will appear before a Senior Disciplinary Committee, facing charges of 'dereliction of...
Student hunger strike in solidarity with Egypt

Student hunger strike in solidarity with Egypt

15th Nov 2014 by Sascha Brooksbank
Rolling hunger strike in Fifth and Sixth Weeks aims to protest against governmental laws used to detain activists
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
Union rules changes passed amidst controversy

Union rules changes passed amidst controversy

14th Nov 2014 by Stan Lalanne
89.6 per cent approve landmark reforms as President Banerjee faces complaints over alleged rule break
CapitOx members signed up to UKIP mailing list

CapitOx members signed up to UKIP mailing list

12th Nov 2014 by Fay Watson
Groupspaces list for CapitOx spammed after one student hit 'reply all' to an email advertising a J. P. Morgan event