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    Henry Straughan

    Fairytales can show us the horrors of Hitler’s Germany

    The stories of Günter Grass bring Germany’s repressed trauma into the light

    Mansfield up in arms over ‘ostentatious’ New College building plans

    Mansfield students express anger at New's College's plans to build an 'imposing' accommodation block overlooking Mansfield

    Oxford 54th in university league table… for ethical performance

    Oxford criticised over ethical investment policy and ties with fossil fuel industry

    Bike crashes and thefts soar, new figures reveal

    Over 2000 cyclists injured in crashes during the last ten years

    All Souls starts new scholarship in attempt to tackle colonial legacy

    College launches scholarship for student from Caribbean nations in recognition of slave-built wealth

    University accused of refusing to open empty buildings to rough sleepers

    Green Councillor claims university has shown a 'lack of imagination and genuine compassion'

    Oxford Council to demolish 30-year-old homeless shelter

    The measure is expected to force many people onto the streets this winter

    Oxford graduates establish black alumni network

    The access scheme will encourage more black teenagers to apply to the University

    University Press defends ‘sex scenes’ in kids books

    Oxford University Press’ children series comes under fire for scenes supposedly depicting dogging

    Wahoo to be turned into University’s ‘Entrepreneurial Hub’

    Former nightclub will become “entrepreneurial eco-system” run by the Said Business School

    Students sue Oxford for ‘mishandling’ mental health needs

    Two recent graduates are filing lawsuits against the University for alleged mental health discrimination and loss of earnings

    OUSU calls on city council to “stop targeting Oxford’s rough sleepers”

    On Your Doorstep campaign launches petition over the use of anti-social behaviour legislation

    President Duterte calls Oxford “school for stupid people”

    Controversial Filipino president hits back at claims he spent 10 million pesos on a “troll army”

    Homeless threatened with £2.5k fines by council

    Labour-run council claims bags in doorways "may constitute a hazard"