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Campsfield Protest

Campsfield Protest

27th Oct 2014 by Fatima Al-Kassab, Ellen Brewster
Cherwell News reports on the protest outside Campsfield House
University and OUSU move to tackle sexual harassment

University and OUSU move to tackle sexual harassment

23rd Sep 2014 by Tom Calver
20 colleges will run compulsory workshops in freshers’ week, while a revised harassment policy will make “more...
Oxford tweeters third politest in UK

Oxford tweeters third politest in UK

11th Sep 2014 by Stanislas Lalanne
Tweeters from Oxford are the third politest in the UK, based on the percentage of tweets containing swearing
Labour hold Carfax ward in controversial by-election

Labour hold Carfax ward in controversial by-election

8th Sep 2014 by Stanislas Lalanne
Labour hold the student-dominated ward, but opponents say election was 'against spirit of democracy'
Prince William opens new China Centre building at St Hugh’s

Prince William opens new China Centre building at St Hugh’s

8th Sep 2014 by Tom Calver
Duchess of Cambridge forced to cancel visit after pregnancy announcement
Oxford places ninth in global uni rankings

Oxford places ninth in global uni rankings

17th Aug 2014 by Tom Calver
The University moves up one place from last year, although finds itself four places behind the Tabs, according to...
NUS adopts support for boycott of Israel

NUS adopts support for boycott of Israel

4th Aug 2014 by Robert Walmsley
NUS NEC votes in favour of amended motion supporting Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) against Israel
OOTB charity single gets Shakira seal of approval

OOTB charity single gets Shakira seal of approval

24th Jul 2014 by Alex Stronell
Out of the Blue’s charity single, ‘Hips Don’t Lie,’ plugged by Shakira
Christ Church newlyweds achieve internet fame

Christ Church newlyweds achieve internet fame

4th Jul 2014 by Tom Calver
Honeymoon photo receives over 10,000 likes after “shotgun” wedding
Sultan's honorary doctorate upheld despite objections

Sultan's honorary doctorate upheld despite objections

13th Jun 2014 by Tom Hall
Students outraged that the Sultan of Brunei's honorary doctorate has been upheld, despite his country's homophobic laws
Oxford professor: rules of the internet will be 'forgotten'

Oxford professor: rules of the internet will be 'forgotten'

13th Jun 2014 by Esther Hodges
Oxford professor Luciano Floridi warns that a European Court Ruling allowing people to remove their names from...
Students demonstrate in protest against new Spanish king

Students demonstrate in protest against new Spanish king

5th Jun 2014 by Alex Stronell
Spanish republicans marched through Oxford on Monday following abdication of Spanish king
Campaign Against Human Trafficking

Campaign Against Human Trafficking

5th Jun 2014 by Niluka Kavanagh, Zabrina Lo
Cherwell speaks to the organisers of the Oxford Women Speak Out against human trafficking campaign, which took place...
Students Loans Company criticised over data breaches

Students Loans Company criticised over data breaches

29th May 2014 by Emma Cookson
The ICO has reported several incidents where student data was accidentally sent to the wrong people by the Student...
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