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    Libby Cherry

    Oxford to open new sexual harassment centre

    Students now will be able to gain support at a college, department and University level

    New community hub for Wadham House

    Aristotle House will be repurposed by Makespace Oxford into a venue for charities, workers’ cooperatives and social enterprises.

    Societies condemn platform for Israeli politician

    The Oxford Israel Forum, the PPE society, and the International Relations Society defended their decision to host of the speaker

    Grace at formal is ‘gender equality issue’

    Merton's JCR President could not "remember hearing someone non male read out grace"

    Radio Four’s money man on fake news media

    An interview with Tim Harford reveals that knowledge does not protect us from prejudice

    Brasenose grad’s attempt to sue Oxford dismissed

    Siddiqui sought £1m in 'loss of earnings' after he received a 2.i instead of a first

    NUS President accused of bullying

    Colleagues came forward to denounce the 'toxic' atmosphere in the NUS

    More offers for women than men for first time

    This year’s intake of freshers was made up of a total of 1,070 18-year-old women, compared to 1,025 men

    Academic exodus continues

    The resignation of 230 EU academics is "very serious for Oxford"

    Controversial ex-Union president made new universities minister

    Sam Gymiah was criticised for inviting Saddam Hussein's deputy to the Union

    Union announces majority-female term card

    Whoopi Goldberg, Alec Baldwin, and Ann Coulter among the line-up, which sees an increase in BME speakers on Michaelmas

    Oxford pays tribute to professor killed in M40 crash

    Colleagues and students have shared their grief at the death of incoming Oriel Provost Mark Whittow.

    Oxford announces new German research partnerships

    The move is expected to bring more collaboration in the sciences and humanities

    Foals to make return to Cellar

    The band will be performing in celebration of the venue's successful fight against closure