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    Detainees at Campsfield go on hunger strike

    Students demonstrate outside detention centre as over 50 detainees go on strike

    The Boat Race: Preview

    Feel the rhythm, feel the rhyme, get on up, it's Boat Race time. Cherwell gives an overview of the biggest event in Oxford's sporting calendar

    Tutor Jeffrey Ketland ‘terminated’ after harassment case

    Dr Jeffrey Ketland, whom an inquiry heard had been implicated in the death of Charlotte Coursier last year, has released a statement in which he claims to have been dismissed by Oxford

    Student union in the money

    OUSU has secured a 66% increase in funding from the University

    Inquest hears deceased student was harassed by tutor

    Inquest into the death of a postgraduate student last year raises concerns about how harassment complaint against an Oxford tutor was handled

    Bomb scare on St Giles: Live

    A suspicious package was sent to the army recruitment offices on St. Giles'. The New IRA has now claimed responsibility

    College GP’s contract in question

    NHS objects to doctor’s stance on patient data sharing

    Treasury debates scrapping student fund

    Oxford MP and OUSU condemn cuts to national fund for disadvantaged students

    Academics strike again

    Oxford saw another day of industrial action on Tuesday as lecturers walked out and students took to the streets

    OUSU candidates in website controversy

    Jane4Change is revealed to have 'stolen' its website from another company whilst Alex Bartram comes under fire for his use of NationBuilder

    Boycott Israeli Macbooks?

    A picture of a note put on top of a Macbook at Wadham has gone viral, receiving over 3000 likes and appearing on several Israeli website

    Rutland and JCRs pass defiant motion

    OUSU council and college JCRs pass motion condemning further fee rises.

    Oxford academics deliberate strike action

    Possibility of industrial action as UCU calls on Oxford academics to strike.

    Bodleian gets a new chair

    A competition to design a new chair for the Bodleian has ended, producing just the third new chair in the library's history.