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Iffley Road sports hall named after Olympian Acer Nethercott

Iffley Road sports hall named after Olympian Acer Nethercott

5th Feb 2015 by Harry Gosling
A new University of Oxford sports hall will be named after former student who died at the age of 35
Oxford Students inspire #SmearForSmear campaign

Oxford Students inspire #SmearForSmear campaign

1st Feb 2015 by Christopher Fountain
Students 'spark imagination' of Jo's Cervical Cancer Trust
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
Hertford College create Women's Officer position in JCR

Hertford College create Women's Officer position in JCR

31st Jan 2015 by Sascha Brooksbank, Mary Reader
The JCR Committee has re-instated the role of Women’s Officer with nearly 80 per cent majority vote
Al Sharpton avoids engaging in Union debate

Al Sharpton avoids engaging in Union debate

31st Jan 2015 by Henry Shalders
Last Friday American baptist minister Al Sharpton gave a speech at the Union, instead of participating in the...
Exeter votes to update harassment policy

Exeter votes to update harassment policy

31st Jan 2015 by Alex Doody
Exeter JCR has voted to update its harassment policy in line with the university's
Oxford Union Debate Committee in women's quota controversy

Oxford Union Debate Committee in women's quota controversy

31st Jan 2015 by Emma Cookson
The Oxford Union Debate Selection Committee is planning to send a fixed number of women to the European University...
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
Still no answers on rigged NUS referendum

Still no answers on rigged NUS referendum

31st Jan 2015 by Cherwell News Team
The six month deadline for punishment passes with no new information
Cambridge better for housing and transport

Cambridge better for housing and transport

30th Jan 2015 by Sam Dayan
Cambridge declared '20 years ahead' of Oxford economically
Pub closes after attracting far from a maddening crowd

Pub closes after attracting far from a maddening crowd

30th Jan 2015 by Marianna Spring
'Far from the Madding Crowd' told to vacate premises by 31st January
Classics Faculty relaunch Latin outreach

Classics Faculty relaunch Latin outreach

29th Jan 2015 by Christopher Fountain
Oxford University programme aims to help 17 local state schools teach Latin
Nick Clegg condemns Campsfield expansion plans

Nick Clegg condemns Campsfield expansion plans

26th Jan 2015 by Marianna Spring
Deputy Prime Minister speaks out against expansion of immigration detention centre
Oxford house prices outstrip earnings

Oxford house prices outstrip earnings

26th Jan 2015 by Suzie Marshall
Gap widens between Oxford's house prices and the wages of its inhabitants
News agent's u-turn on decision to stock Charlie Hebdo

News agent's u-turn on decision to stock Charlie Hebdo

26th Jan 2015 by Ellen Milligan
An Oxford news agent's has reversed its decision to stock the latest edition of Charlie Hebdo after receiving threats
Gender gap in graduate employment

Gender gap in graduate employment

24th Jan 2015 by Claire James
According to Oxford University's Careers Service, women are less likely to have a job 6 months after graduating
Ex-student criticises institutional homophobia of Eton

Ex-student criticises institutional homophobia of Eton

24th Jan 2015 by Suzie Marshall
Old Etonian writes letter highlighting prejudice at the prestigious public school
OULC launch #2015hours campaign for upcoming election

OULC launch #2015hours campaign for upcoming election

24th Jan 2015 by Henry Shalders
MP and Reading West Candidate support Oxford University Labour Club campaign
Union criticised for lack of diversity in lineup

Union criticised for lack of diversity in lineup

24th Jan 2015 by Elliot Burns
Students calculate 64 per cent of the Union’s speakers for Hilary are both white and male
Oxford University to pay Living Wage

Oxford University to pay Living Wage

22nd Jan 2015 by Georgia Latham
The University, Oriel and Wadham have all announced that they will become accredited Living Wage employers in April...