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Sunday, June 26, 2022

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Cellar reaches £80k crowdfunding target

The nightclub has raised enough money to undertake building renovations needed to prevent its closure

Brasenose wins Veggie Pledge

The Veggie Pledge scheme encourages Oxford students to reduce their meat intake during November

Student societies sign open letter calling for retraction of Weidel invitation

28 student societies and campaigns have signed the open letter, including the Oxford SU's Campaign for Racial Awareness and Equality.

Oxford researchers expose ‘data thirst’ of big tech companies

The figures further reveal how vast numbers of apps are set up to convey data to big tech companies, with Google topping the list of potential recipients.

Historic panel relocated from Union due to clash with far-right speaker

The panel will be relocated to a college venue due to concerns over anticipated "free-speech" protests

Hillary Clinton delivers keynote address at Oxford human rights conference

The former presidential candidate spoke on the relevance of human rights in our increasingly illiberal global climate

Oxford City Council calls for divestment

Oxford climate groups have renewed calls on the University to fully divest from fossil fuels, after Oxford City Council voted overwhelmingly to disinvest their...

Uni ‘spends £108,000’ to recruit each additional low-income student

Recent analysis also suggests no connection between the proportion of students from poorer postcodes and final exam scores

OULC Women’s* Caucus demand faster action on abortion clinic safe zones

The Home Secretary, Sajid Javid, has promised an announcement on the issue in September

SU calls for meeting with Uni over banned monk’s employment

The SU condemned the University for their "clear negligence" on this issue

Oxford City Council proposes renaming St Clement’s ward

The name of St Clement's Street will not be changed as part of the plans

Protestors stage Oxford anti-Trump rally

The protestors called on Theresa May to cancel Donald Trump's visit

Wolfson College nursery rated ‘inadequate’

The regulator expressed concerns over children's dignity and safety

Oxford beats Cambridge in QS uni rankings

Oxford and Cambridge have swapped positions in the rankings this year, with Oxford rising from 6th place to 5th and Cambridge dropping from 5th to 6th