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St Anne’s College alumni condemn ‘one-sided’ pro-Palestine JCR motion

Over 60 St Anne’s College alumni have signed a letter in opposition to the recent passing of a JCR motion which condemned “the ongoing...

Oxford College JCRs pass motions in support of pro-Palestine encampment

Several Oxford University junior common rooms (JCRs) have passed motions expressing solidarity with the recently established pro-Palestine encampment. St Anne’s College JCR is the latest...

‘Bittersweet, immersive and profoundly moving’ – Perfect Days Review

"I don’t think I’ve ever felt so ‘in the moment’ while watching a film as I did with Perfect Days"

All Souls College to hold open evenings targeting female, non-binary, and BAME candidates

All Souls College, Oxford University’s most selective graduate college, is holding two Examination Fellowship open evenings at the end of term targeting women and gender minorities, an annual initiative since 2008, and ethnic minority students, introduced in 2019.

Plans approved for new student accommodation on Magdalen Street

The Oxford City Planning Committee has approved a proposal to partially convert the iconic Oxenford House building on Magdalen Street, directly above the burger chain Five Guys, into a student accommodation block.

BAME students constitute majority of UK applicants to Oxford for first time

New data from the Universities and Colleges Admissions Services (UCAS) has revealed that, for the first time, UK applicants from ethnic minority backgrounds have...

Report shows Oxford accepted £1.2 million in funding from fossil fuel companies in 2022

Oxford University was the sixth-largest beneficiary of funding from fossil fuel companies out of all UK universities in 2022-23, according to an investigation by...