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    Investigation: Race and Ethnicity

    As a comprehensive report reveals vast discrepancies between students' experiences of racism at Oxford, C+ investigates

    Reclaim the Night march again

    Women in Oxford to march against sexual violence

    Interview: Justine Roberts

    India Miller talks to Justine Roberts about social media and its impact on politics

    Planning Minister calls Castle Mill "disgraceful"

    Nick Boles brands university accommodation 'one of the worst' designed building projects in the last ten years

    Chemical experts investigate Port Meadow death

    Port Meadow closed as specially trained police officers are called in following the discovery of a man's body in a tent

    "Sexist embarrassment" condemned

    A St Hugh's drinking society has apologised for invites it sent to a 'fox hunt' in the wake of widespread criticism

    Academics to strike again

    University staff at Oxford and across the country are to conduct another walkout on 3 December

    St Hugh’s JCR condemns "sexist" drinking society

    In an emergency meeting called this evening, St Hugh’s JCR overwhelmingly voted to pass a motion pertaining to the condemnation of the ‘Black Cygnet’ drinking society.

    Young people "taken for a ride" says Oxford professor

    Oxford Geography professor claims young people in the UK are “discriminated against”

    Pembroke rugby club in crew date controversy

    “Entirely misguided” emails represent a “serious case of poor judgement”

    Fire at Oxford immigration detention centre

    Two men are in hospital after a blaze broke out at the Campsfield House immigration removal centre in Kidlington

    Oxford dons back strike action

    Over 60% of voters in a ballot by the main union of academics supported industrial action

    Controversial Castle Mill development to open

    University moves students into Castle Mill accommodation before planning conditions have been discharged.

    Oxford scraps postgrad ‘wealth test’

    The ‘financial guarantee’ required for admission to postgraduate programmes has been abandoned by the University