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Oxford research finds that fruit flies think before acting

Oxford research finds that fruit flies think before acting

29th May 2014 by Dorothy Finan
Neuroscientists' research into the thought processes of fruit flies provides insight into human cognition
Students wear white ribbons in support of anti-violence

Students wear white ribbons in support of anti-violence

29th May 2014 by Ella Richards
Students have been wearing white ribbons this week in support of the campaign to end violence against women
Oxford launch new animal research and commit to transparency

Oxford launch new animal research and commit to transparency

22nd May 2014 by Georgia Latham
Oxford have recently launched a new study on the neurology of monkeys whilst being committed to a concordat on...
Study shows why stingy people are untrustworthy

Study shows why stingy people are untrustworthy

22nd May 2014 by Rohan Arora
A study has found that people who are mean with money have less trustworthy qualities
Teddy Hall teddy returned after kidnap by Christ Church GCR

Teddy Hall teddy returned after kidnap by Christ Church GCR

15th May 2014 by Jack Doyle
The Teddy Hall teddy had been returned safely after it was abducted by the Christ Church GCR and taken to Paris
Honorary fellowship for J.K. Rowling

Honorary fellowship for J.K. Rowling

15th May 2014 by Ellen Brewster
Exeter College has awarded an honorary fellowship to the Harry Potter author, J.K. Rowling
Oxford research shows why psychopaths get ahead in business

Oxford research shows why psychopaths get ahead in business

15th May 2014 by James Rhodes
An Oxford psychologist has shown why having psychopathic characteristics is often beneficial in high-powered careers
Roger Bannister reveals that he suffers from Parkinson’s

Roger Bannister reveals that he suffers from Parkinson’s

10th May 2014 by Rohan Arora, Jack Doyle
Oxford shocked by news from first athlete to break the four-minute mile
Tin to replace toxic lead used in solar cells

Tin to replace toxic lead used in solar cells

10th May 2014 by Ellen Brewster
University researchers have found an innovative way to replace the lead used in solar cells with tin.
All hopes of work Candy Crushed

All hopes of work Candy Crushed

26th Apr 2014 by Georgia Latham
A survey by Student Beans has discovered that 80% of students procrastinate for over three hours per day
Champions League Semi-Finals Preview

Champions League Semi-Finals Preview

22nd Apr 2014 by Jacob Rabinowitz
Jacob Rabinowitz previews this week's upcoming champions league matches between Atlético Madrid and Chelsea, and...
Oxford don calls UK visa system “Kafkaesque”

Oxford don calls UK visa system “Kafkaesque”

7th Mar 2014 by Will Carter
Professor Timonthy Garton Ash has denounced the UK visa system as draconian and restrictive for international students
Oxford chaplains urge Church to reconsider gay marriage stan

Oxford chaplains urge Church to reconsider gay marriage stan

1st Mar 2014 by Tom Hall
Chaplains sign national clergy letter opposing the recent ruling that Church of England clergy cannot preside over...
Israel Society “a hardline political advocacy group”

Israel Society “a hardline political advocacy group”

28th Feb 2014 by Joe Hill
Israel Society accussed of political bias over its connections with Israeli campaign group StandWithUs
Chancellor to host former Ukrainian government donor

Chancellor to host former Ukrainian government donor

28th Feb 2014 by Leandra Bias
Ukrainian students oppose invitation of controversial businessman Victor Pinchuk to panel moderated by Chris Patten
Shark Tales - Series 3 Episode 2

Shark Tales - Series 3 Episode 2

24th Feb 2014 by Alexander Fox, Max Long, Tess Colley, Patrick Beardmore, Alexander Woolley
Alexander Fox returns for another curious incident of the drunks in the night-time
Wadham Warden brought into Blair and Brooks debacle

Wadham Warden brought into Blair and Brooks debacle

21st Feb 2014 by Jack Doyle
Lord Ken MacDonald QC recommended by Blair as potential chair of hacking inquiry
Union hosts Chelsea Manning awards ceremony

Union hosts Chelsea Manning awards ceremony

20th Feb 2014 by Jack Doyle
Edward Snowden praises 2014 Sam Adams Award recipient Manning in an exclusive video shown at the Oxford Union
Vodka a major cause of death in Russia

Vodka a major cause of death in Russia

19th Feb 2014 by Jingtian Chen
Oxford researchers have produced a study showing vodka to be a major cause of early death in Russia
Oxford Students Blogging Brazil for the BBC

Oxford Students Blogging Brazil for the BBC

14th Feb 2014 by Leandra Bias
Oxford students’ blog about Brazilian society and culture hosted by BBC Online
“Foolish and dangerous” drinking craze continues

“Foolish and dangerous” drinking craze continues

13th Feb 2014 by Emma Cookson
Student NekNominations grow wilder despite condemnation from both the University and OUSU