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Thursday, June 30, 2022

Jack Doyle

Ebola treatment begins trials in Liberia

New oral antiviral trialled by Oxford researchers

Oxford students rally for Ferguson

Hundreds of Oxford students join international demonstrations against racism and police brutality

Milestones: The Berlin Wall

Jack Doyle looks at the fall of the Berlin Wall and its cultural impact

Cherwell live tweet the #OxfordUnionVigil

Over 100 people gather outside the Oxford Union in a vigil to protest the 'casual response' to rape allegations against Union President Ben Sullivan.

Union speaker calls OUSU’s Sarah Pine "intimidating"

Jennifer Perry, who spoke at the Oxford Union on Tuesday afternoon, has condemned the campaign for speakers to boycott the Union, which has been led by OUSU VP Sarah Pine

Serious breakout of mumps at Brasenose

Students have criticised the way a breakout of mumps at Brasenose has dealt with by the college and JCR

Teddy Hall teddy returned after kidnap by Christ Church GCR

The Teddy Hall teddy had been returned safely after it was abducted by the Christ Church GCR and taken to Paris

Bishop of Oxford snubbed by PM’s constituency office

Bishop of Oxford and congregation members refused access to Cameron's constituency office when delivering an open letter

Military contractor invite under fire

Event cancelled after students oppose talk by controversial Aegis CEO

Wadham Warden brought into Blair and Brooks debacle

Lord Ken MacDonald QC recommended by Blair as potential chair of hacking inquiry

Union hosts Chelsea Manning awards ceremony

Edward Snowden praises 2014 Sam Adams Award recipient Manning in an exclusive video shown at the Oxford Union

Bomb scare hits St Giles

Suspect package shuts down part of central Oxford for four hours, as seven bomb threats affect the UK

Students support striking academics

Oxford Activist Network demonstrate alongside UCU staff

Students accuse Exeter of "discriminatory" hiring

Exeter MCR members attack college for excluding non-EU students from Junior Dean applications