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Saturday, June 25, 2022

Angus Brown

Top Australian universities beat the Russell Group for economic influence

The Group of Eight in Australia wield as much as 30% more economic influence than the UK’s leading grouping of research universities

Oxford City Council calls on government to adopt new air pollution plan

Oxford City Council has issued a statement to the Environment Secretary Michael Gove calling for a 10-point contract between the government and local authorities...

Oxford and Cambridge fail to meet threshold for National Student Survey

Only three institutions were missing from the results this year

Government threatens Oxbridge with sanctions over access

The two universities were among only three institutions to have conditions placed on their registration with the Office for Students

Oxford student activists condemn London Pride

Oxford students condemned the participation of a "transphobic and trans-misogynistic hate group" at the head of the Pride Parade

Oxford honours academic who fled Nazis and succeeded Tolkien

"Eric modeled the unlimited potential of the imagination in everything he did."

Campaigners to protest Trump’s Oxford visit

Protestors have accused the US president of spreading "fascism" and "politics of hate"

Cellar faces threat of closure after fire safety concerns

The Council have ordered the venue to reduce its maximum capacity to 60 people