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Union BME officer to resign after cocktail scandal

Following the advertisement of a cocktail named 'Colonialism Comeback!' at the Oxford Union debate last night, the Union BME officer has decided to resign

In photos: the fire at the Randolph

Cherwell brings you a visual montage of the events unfolding

Oriel College dismisses contractor over harassment claims

Builders working on the Rhodes Building development reported for “inappropriate remarks and behaviour”

Pembroke summer school criticised for access efforts

Claims that the course has been “created by Oxbridge academics” lead to ethical and contractual concerns about tutors’ duty of fidelity to the University

Oxford University to pay Living Wage

The University, Oriel and Wadham have all announced that they will become accredited Living Wage employers in April 2015

Disturbance outside popular Baby Love club night

Two men denied entry after exhibiting antisocial behaviour and alleged homophobia

St Cross students petition to debate holding abortion debate

Petitioners would invite OSFL to hold the controversial cancelled debate under a new title, “Is there an ‘Abortion Culture’?”

UCU marking boycott cancelled

Lecturers’ marking boycott suspended during pension talks

Oriel has flooding problems in freshers’ accommodation

Ongoing construction work affects water supply in newly refurbished Rhodes building

University lecturers to strike again

University and College Union vote for industrial action over pension cuts

Student outcry over Immigration Removal Centre expansion

Campsfield House announces plans to expand from 276 to around 600 beds

New College considers scrapping Human Sciences

New College JCR challenges governing body's proposal to stop offering Human Sciences

Oxford launch new animal research and commit to transparency

Oxford have recently launched a new study on the neurology of monkeys whilst being committed to a concordat on transparent animal research

Green shower revolution at Hertford

Hertford College have installed sand timers in the showers of their student accommodation to encourage water conservation